Nestle Baby Foods, Nan Supreme Pro 1 800g - Suitable from Birth to 6 Months - Cosmetic Connection

Nan Supreme Pro 1 Starter Infant Formula 800g - From Birth to 6 Months

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Nestle Nan Supreme Pro 1 Starter Infant Formula 800g - From Birth to 6 Months

NAN SUPREME Pro 1 is a premium starter infant formula that is nutritionally complete for healthy infants from birth. Infants over 6 months of age will need additional nourishment.

Specially designed to ensure your formula fed infant receives balanced, high quality nutrition. Our latest scientifically advanced formulation is backed by more than 150 years of Nestlé expertise. Starter infant formula. The partially hydrolysed whey protein source is from cow’s milk.

How to use

Wash your hands carefully. Wash bottle, teat and cap thoroughly. Boil for 5 minutes. Leave covered until use. Boil drinking water and allow to cool until lukewarm (40°C). Consult feeding table. First, pour water into the bottle. Then, add powder using only the scoop provided. Level scoop using inner rim of can. Make sure the scoop is dry and suspend scoop on inner rim of can. Close lid tightly after each use and store in a cool dry place. Cap the feeding bottle, and shake well until powder is fully dissolved. Check temperature before feeding the baby. Feed immediately. It is safer to feed immediately after prepared.

Professional Tip

To maintain the number of live cultures, the boiled water must be cooled down to about body temperature before adding the powder. Use only the enclosed scoop. Using more or less powder than indicated will either lead to dehydration or deprive your baby of proper nutrition. Prepare each bottle individually. Formula left in the bottle after a feed must be discarded. Always hold baby while feeding, leaving baby unattended may cause choking.