For babies from 0 to 24 months
With Lactobacillus reuteri: helps to rebalance the bacterial flora of newborn and unweaned infants

100 million live lactic acid bacteria per dose
One 8 ml bottle (30 doses) with dropper

No flavourings, sugars, sweeteners, dyes or preservatives.

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Len What is it and why you use it

Prolife Infant has been specifically researched and created for the intestinal wellbeing of newborn and unweaned infants. It contains high concentrations of Lattobacillus reuteri LR92, able to colonise the intestine and contribute to its wellbeing.
It helps to maintain or restore the natural balance of bacterial flora that may have been compromised, causing diarrhoea, colic, abdominal bloating or intestinal upsets (regurgitation, constipation).
An “infant-grade” product: safe for newborn and unweaned infants. Complies with European directives 2006/141 and 2006/125, transposed in Italy under Ministerial Decree 82/2009 on foods for infants.
Complies with the purity requirements of European Regulation 1881/2006 concerning pesticides, mycotoxins and heavy metals.
Complies with microbiological criteria required by European Regulation 1441/2007.
For additional safety, before use consult a specialist.
Dry Fill Process: exclusive production system, anti-humidity and Aw.
Ensures the vitality of lactic acid bacteria until product expiry date.
A patent production system that minimises the presence of Aw and humidity. In this way the vitality of lactic acid bacteria is maintained and preserved.

How much and how

1 dose per day (6 drops), outside of meals.
After opening, keep in the fridge – the product will remain stable for 3 months.

The drops have a neutral flavour. They can be taken on their own or mixed with water or drinks of any kind, at room temperature. For unweaned babies, it can be mixed with milk at the appropriate temperature (37°C).

(6 drops)
Live lactic acid bacteria (probiotics)
Lactobacillus reuteri LR92
100 million Helps maintain balance of intestinal flora