Follow instructions exactly. Prepare bottles and teats as directed. Do not change proportions of powder except on medical advice. Incorrect preparation can make your baby very ill.Breast milk is best for babies. Before you decide to use this product consult your doctor or health worker for advice. Always read the label, use only as directed. All reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that ingredient listings, product images and other information for products displayed on this website are up to date, accurate and complete. However, we still recommend that you please check the ingredient listings and warnings on a product before use.
Novalac Reflux is a premium infant formula which has been specially formulated to help provide relief to babies with reflux symptoms. Novalac Reflux is a thickened formula designed to thicken in the stomach, not in the bottle to help reduce the severity and frequency of regurgitation episodes. It contains essential daily nutrients and minerals to nourish your baby. Suitable for babies from birth to 12 months of age. Novalac Reflux is suitable for ongoing everyday use after your baby’s reflux symptoms have resolved. Babies aged over 6 months should be offered solid food in addition to infant formula.
Always wash your hands before preparing a bottle. Each bottle should be prepared individually. Only use the measuring scoop provided. It is recommended that formula be used immediately after it is prepared.
1. Wash the feeding bottle, cap, teat and any utensils to be used and sterilise them in boiling water.
2. Boil clean drinking water for 5 minutes and allow to cool to 40°C. Pour the required amount of water (see Feeding Guide) into the bottle.
3. Measure the correct quantity of formula (see Feeding Guide) into the bottle using the scoop provided. Always use one level scoopful (4.3g) per 30mL of water.
4. Secure the lid on the bottle and shake for at least 30 seconds until the powder is completely dissolved. Let cool to lukewarm temperature (37°C) without re-shaking. Test the temperature on your wrist before feeding. Formula should be consumed within one hour of preparation. Any formula left over after feeding should be discarded.