|Age of Baby||Cooled Boiled|
Feeds Per Day
|0 – 4 days||50||1||5 – 6|
|5 days – 4 weeks||100||2||6 – 8|
|1 – 4 months||150||3||5 – 6|
|4 – 6 months||200||4||4 – 5|
|>6 months||200||4||3 – 4|
*1 Level Scoop ≈ 7.5g of powder
1 scoop of powder added to 50ml water yields approximately 56ml of formula. This is a general feeding guide only. Infants may need more or less formula.
Always wash hands with soap and water and dry using a clean cloth. Clean the preparation surface thoroughly before preparing a feed.
Clean all feeding equipment in hot soapy water and rinse thoroughly. Next, sterilise all feeding equipment by submerging bottles, teats and lids in boiling water for 5 minutes, or use an approved steriliser.
Boil safe drinking water and allow to cool for 30 minutes.
Refer to the feeding guide above to check how much powder and water is needed. This is a general feeding guide only. Infants may need more or less formula. Pour the correct amount of previously boiled (now cooled) water into the sterilised bottle.
Use only the enclosed scoop, fill scoop and level off using the built-in leveller on the can. Avoid compacting powder.
Add the exact amount of powder to the water in the bottle. Always add 1 level scoop of powder for each 50ml of water. Cap the bottle and mix thoroughly by shaking gently or swirling the bottle to dissolve the powder.
Check temperature of feed on the inside of your wrist before feeding. It should feel warm, but cool is better than too hot. Feed your baby immediately. Discard any feed that has not been consumed within 1 hour.
Each bottle should be prepared individually and used immediately. If a bottle of made-up formula is to be store prior to use, it must be refrigerated and used within 24 hours. Never use a microwave for any formula preparation or to warm-up feeds.