Our Infant Health & Wellbeing Pack has been designed to meet the specific needs of your baba from 1 – 12 months. In early infancy, babies are dependent on milk as the sole form of nutrition, and it is important that all nutritional needs are met, whether your child is breastfed or formula-fed, which is why this pack contains two natural dietary supplements to help provide digestive and immune support, as well as the healthy development of bones, teeth and muscles. In addition, the pack also contains a 100% natural and effective cream designed to provide a breathable, protective and moisture repellent barrier to shield and protect baby bottoms from moisture-associated skin damage.
Developed specifically for babies from 1-12 months
Clinically proven to be safe for babies
Simple, convenient and easy-to-use
No nasties – sugar-free with no artificial colours, flavourings or additives
What’s in the pack?
Baba West Bifikalm is a natural dietary supplement specifically formulated for infants straight from birth. Each bottle contains two strains of friendly bacteria – Pediococcus pentosaceus CECT 8330 and Bifidobacterium longum CECT 7894 – both have been clinically proven to be safe and are naturally present in a healthy infant's gut microbiome.
Vitamin D Drops
Low levels of vitamin D are wide-spread and this is recognised as a significant health problem due to its importance in many aspects of health. Baba West’s Vitamin D Drops are simple, convenient and easy-to-use drops, with one drop providing 400iu (10μg) of vitamin D – the recommended daily dose to help support the development of your baby’s bones, teeth, muscles and healthy immune function.
Zinc & Calendula Cream
Baba West has teamed up with the award-winning skincare brand Lyonsleaf to bring you a 100% natural and effective zinc and calendula cream for the whole family. This formulation provides a breathable, protective and moisture repellent barrier to shield and protect baby bottoms and working hands from moisture-associated skin damage. Calendula is great for any skin in need of TLC, while zinc is effective in protecting against moisture damage, especially under a nappy.
Formula-fed or combi-fed babies should not be given a vitamin D supplement until they're having less than 500ml (about a pint) of infant formula a day, as infant formula is fortified with vitamin D. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a healthy diet lifestyle. Always tell your doctor in advance if you plan to give your child any supplements.