Colief Infant Drops represent an entirely new approach to the problem of infant colic. New research shows that transient lactase deficiency is a causative factor in many babies with colic.
The active ingredient in Colief is Lactase Enzyme, which breaks down the lactose in the baby's milk naturally, making it easier to digest.
So, instead of attempting to treat the symptoms of colic, Colief Infant Drops allow children with transient lactase deficiency to enjoy their usual breast or bottle feed whilst significantly reducing the digestive discomfort associated with colic.
Colief is added to the baby's milk before the baby is fed: Colief treats the milk - not the baby.
Glycerol, water and lactase enzyme.
Add the drops to your baby's milk; DO NOT give the drops to your baby directly. Colief works best in milk that is warm (body temperature). Do not add Colief to milk that is too hot or too cold.
Colief is an enzyme and is destroyed by heat. It works best in warm milk. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully when making-up formular milk. Do not add Colief to milk that is too hot or too cold. When you commence feeding your baby milk treated with Colief you may notice a change in the stool pattern. This may resemble the stools of a breastfed baby, ie; looser and more frequent. In these circumstances you may wish to reduce the drops used per feed. If you have any concerns regarding your baby's health you should seek professional medical advice.
If you have any concerns regarding your baby's health you should seek professional medical advice.
Once opened, please keep refrigerated and discard three weeks after opening. Do not use after Best Before date stated on the pack,
If bottle feeding add the drops to the baby's usual milk four hours before feeding. If breast feeding add the drops to a little expressed breast milk immediately before feeding.