Easy to prepare and save time making up bottles when in hospital or out with baby
Not enough in one box.
Easy to prepare
Easy to digest
I took these into hospital with me when I went into labour so that I had easy access to food for my baby once she was born. They are great to take in even if you plan on breastfeeding, just in case it doesn't go to plan. All the tests a sterilised ready to be added to the bottle and hold an ample amount of milk for a newborn baby. Would definitely take with me again if I have anymore children.
I have bought a pack when I was pregnant with my newborn son.I was planning to breastfeed but I purchased it just in case I have no milk.After he was born I breastfed him for couple of weeks but he wasn’t gaining enough weight.It was good to have these in hand so I can give him extra feed.
When we come home with our baby girl for the first time, she starts to cry and I start to panick, that she is hungry and I don't have enough milk. So my husband went to shop and buy this prepared milk, I give her a bottle and she start to sleep. For first two months I always have this milk at home for extra feeding. It's really easy to prepared and to use. No problems with tummy after feeding, can take everywhere and give if you need, don't need any bottles, sterilisation and cleaning. Really good when you don't have time or power.
We packed these for our hospital bag!
So easy to use and so convenient, the teat comes sterilised and all you need to do is peel the seal off and screw onto bottle.
We went through a lot of bottles at the hospital as we had to stay in for 4 days so these were perfect for those little first feeds.
Wouldn’t recommend for anything other than the hospital as they only last an hour once opened.
Can be quite expensive too so not worth buying more than what you’ll need for your hospital stay.
My baby wouldn’t latch but I wanted to give him breast milk so was pumping every 2 hours and it was taking over my life. So I did a lot of research into what formula to give him, and this was coming out on top. I was given a few brands from friends and family to try and none of them were as good as this. This is the only brand that my little one took to first try and will always finish his bottle. I’m so glad we can have this and I don’t have to worry about pumping so much!
I really like the convenience and ease of these just pour straight into my babies bottles, warm up, then put remainder of the bottle in the fridge. I’ve been using since day 3 of my daughter being born until now (nearly 3 months) and she gets on really well, I originally was combining breast feeding feeds but now she is purely on aptamil pre made milk, no messing about with powder! Only down side is it’s quite expensive we are getting through about 35 bottles a week, which costs nearly £30 pounds ? but can’t push myself to use the powder which would work out cheaper! Would really recommend this milk!
It was easy to use, and store. While at the hospital, it was difficult with my c section. The ready made milk took some if the stress off. It's ready and all you need to do it heat it. Easy on the go too, and baby was feeding well on it. It was getting expensive so then changed to normal powdered formula.
These are a must have for your hospital bag. I planned on breastfeeding my baby which I eventually did but he was born with a tongue tie and unable to latch properly. Luckily I brought these along just incase and he was able to feed perfectly from them. Also ideal to pop into changing bag on trips during the early stages
So easy on the go milk just bie and put in bag and go no need to worry about heating the milk up as its okay at room temperature and no need to be worried about bottle and teat be omg sterilised a bit all ready to go feed your baby I love those project so easy for when you ate out and about ?
Hospitals no longer provide milk so these are fab to take in for convenience if you do not want to breastfeed. They are not very cost effective, with babies feeding every 3 hours they go down quickly! Especially if you are in hospital for a long time.
I breastfeed my daughter but from day 2 she has been given one bottle of formula at night. I used these ready made bottles for the first week or so and they were brilliant to have to hand when I hadn't produced enough milk by the end of the day. It meant my baby wasn't left crying. You just open them and there ready to go perfect for those stressful first weeks! Only negative was they were quite pricey but for the convenience they were worth it.
All ready and prepared for you. A good size so not to waste too much product.
Easy to prepare
Easy to digest
We took two boxes of these into hospital with us. Used them initially until my milk came in as my little one was beside herself hungry by day four.
The bottles are perfect. No hassle or fuss, already to go. The teats are in separate sterile wrapping so you just need to open and screw onto the milk bottles. No worrying about sterilising the bottles before hand. The pre-made formula is just the same as the first milk from aptamil and my Little one guzzled it down. Absolute life saver in the wee hours of the night with a ravenous baby.
See risks of formula feeding. Made my daughter sick, delayed breastfeeding support for us.
Easy to prepare
Easy to digest
Forced on us by a midwife. Got trapped into giving these as top ups. Made my daughter sick and squirm in pain. The poos were horrendous. Slowed down our breastfeeding. Expensive. Underhanded advertisement.
These were a lifesaver in hospital when little one couldn’t latch so we had to bottle feed. Having these in the hospital bag ready to use was great. You just screw on the teat and go. The bottles are small so little is wasted but you can put into the fridge once opened to preserve their life a little longer. Can be an expensive way of feeding, but also invaluable when in hospital or even on the go.