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Preparation of a feeding bottle


All our advice for a well-prepared feeding bottle








 Important notice: breast milk is the most adapted food for the newborn baby.

When the mother cannot or does not wish to breastfeed, she can use infant milk up to six months, follow-on milk up to 12 months then growing-up milk from 1to 3 years of age.

Useful tips and advice to prepare your baby’s feeding bottle:

Hygiene is very important when preparing feeding bottles. The preparation instructions detailed on the milk packaging must be scrupulously respected.

You cannot prepare your baby’s milk bottles in advance. Everything must be done at the last minute to avoid the development of harmful bacteria.

Bottle feed the baby in a quiet place.

 The ideal position is to hold your baby’s head in the crook of your arm, maintaining the child in a half-sitting position.

The bottle must be tipped high enough for the teat to be free from air bubbles.

If the baby does not drink the milk straight away, do not keep it for more than 30 minutes. The remaining bottle contents must be thrown away.

The feeding bottle can be equally prepared and given at room temperature, cooled after having being brought to the boil or used with natural still water.



Direction for use:
Carefully follow the preparation instructions to avoid risks of illness.