Dr. Brown’s HappyPaci Contoured Butterfly Pacifier

Last updated: January 10, 2022


This pacifier comes designed with a nipple that most resembles the company's bottle nipple. That way, babies don't get confused when moving from feeding to resting. Since the nipple is hollow, you won't have to worry about trapped water that can potentially grow bacteria. When it comes to the pacifier's shield, you'll find a contoured butterfly-shaped curve that offers a better fit around baby's nose and cheeks. We like the addition of the hook for easy grabbing.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: This all-silicone pacifier is made to match a bottle nipple with an easy-to-grab handle parents and babies will appreciate.

In our analysis of 58 expert reviews, the Dr. Brown’s HappyPaci Contoured Butterfly Pacifier placed 5th when we looked at the top 16 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Soothing baby is simplified with Dr. Brown’s HappyPaci – the soft silicone pacifier shaped like Dr. Brown’s bottle nipple. Introducing baby to a pacifier is made easy with the familiar Dr. Brown’s shape baby is used to. Plus, moms love the one-piece construction of the HappyPaci. This lightweight, 100% silicone pacifier features a contoured butterfly-shaped shield that curves away from baby’s face for comfort, providing plenty of room for little noses and cheeks. Easy clean, dishwasher (top rack) and sterilizer safe. Comes in a variety of colors. BPA free. 0m+

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

It uses the same little venting holes, is BPA-free and latex-free, and is made of 100% silicone. Just like the Philips, it's easy to dishwash, steam, or boil, and has a hollow nipple that won't trap water inside.
The one piece design is very hygienic and doesn’t have any cracks or joints where bacteria can get in and cause a hazard for your baby.
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What reviewers didn't like

The only down-fall of that loop is that babies can accidentally (randomly) swing their hands up and pull it out of their mouth.
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