First Infant Milk
Developed by a team of experts with over 35 years of experience in infant nutrition to help support parents with feeding, and babies with growing.
HOW TO OPEN AND PREPARE
YOUR FIRST INFANT MILK
Whilst this product is made under strict hygienic conditions, it is not sterile. Failure to follow instructions on preparation and storage may make your baby ill.
Wash hands well. Wash and sterilise all utensils according
to manufacturer’s instructions.
Boil 1 litre of water. Allow boiled water to cool for no more
than 30 minutes. Measure the amount of required water
(see feeding guide) into a sterilised bottle. Be careful of
scalding. Do not use artiﬁcially softened or repeatedly
Using only the scoop provided, add the correct number of
scoops of powder (see feeding guide), levelling off each
scoop with the back of a clean dry knife. Store the scoop in
suspension inside the can and replace lid.
Add the correct measure of powder to the water. Place the
sterilised teat and cap on the bottle and shake well until the powder is
Important feeding & storage advice
> For hygiene reasons, do not store made up feeds. Make up feeds as required and always discard unﬁnished feeds within 2 hours.
> Do not add extra powder or water to make feeds stronger or weaker and do not press powder into scoop.
> Using too much or too little powder can make your baby ill.
> For older babies, made-up formula can be added to food.
> Do not alter or add to formula unless medically directed.
> Do not heat in a microwave, hot spots may occur and cause scalding.
> Remember, cows’ milk should not be used as a drink during the ﬁrst year.
> Use powder within 4 weeks of opening and store in a cool, dry place.
> Do not refrigerate.
Breastfeeding is best for babies. Infant Milk are suitable from birth when babies are not breastfed and should only be used on the advice of a doctor, midwife, health visitor, public health nurse, dietitian, pharmacist, or other professional responsible for maternal and child care.
When bottle feeding, do not allow prolonged or frequent contact of milk feeds with your baby’s teeth, as this increases the risk of tooth decay. Ask your health professional or dentist for advice. Make sure your baby’s teeth are cleaned after the last feed at night. Always hold your baby while feeding. Do not leave baby unattended as they might choke.