Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and clean warm water before preparing the formula.
All the items you will use for preparation and feeding of your baby should first be boiled in clean water for 5 minutes. Include the milk bottle, teat, cap and any utensils or containers required.
To commence preparing the formula, first boil fresh drinking water for 5 minutes, then allow to cool to between 50 to 70’C.
Pour 2/3 portion of water into the milk bottle - refer to the ‘Feeding Guide’ for quantities of water and formula required.
Use only the enclosed scoop, and fill it with the leveled and measured amount of milk powder.
Secure the lid on the bottle and shake well. Top up with warm water to the correct amount of water and again shake the bottle well.Test the temperature of the milk with a few drops on the inside of your wrist before feeding. If required, cool the formula by carefully running cold water over the bottle surface. Make sure prepared formula is warm, not hot. Discard any formula left after a feed.
7. If you want to make several bottles of formula in advance, you will need to prepare each bottle separately to make sure measurements are exactly correct. Bottles must then be refrigerated immediately and used within 24 hours. If not used within this time prepared formula must be discarded.
8. To prevent scalding or burning do not microwave this product.
9. If you are changing from one type of feed to another, we recommend you change over gradually. Your baby may notice a difference if you change immediately to a new feed and then may reject it. First make a bottle of the new feed and a bottle of the original feed. Then pour a quarter of the new feed into a third empty bottle. Fill the rest of this third bottle with three quarters of the original feed. After a week or two, change to a half bottle of the new feed and a half bottle of the original feed. Next, a quarter of the original feed, and three quarters of the new feed, so your infant completely and gently adapts from the original feed to the new feed.