Infacol oral suspension has been used by parents for decades for the treatment of colic, wind and griping pain in babies and young children.
Infant colic is a common condition that usually resolves by the age of 3-4 months, and both breast and bottle fed babies can suffer from it. Despite the research, it’s unknown for certain what causes it, but a likely explanation may be the build-up of trapped wind in your baby’s bowel causing discomfort.
Infacol’s active ingredient Simethicone is a de-foaming agent which works by helping the small trapped gas (air) bubbles join into bigger bubbles, which your baby can easily expel as wind – helping to relieve discomfort.
Infacol is free from sugar, alcohol, colourant, and has a pleasant orange flavour.
It’s suitable from birth onwards and comes with an easy to use (even when your baby is crying) dose dropper.
A dose is to be given before each feed for several days to achieve best results when treating your baby’s colic or griping pain. One dropper full (0.5ml) of Infacol can be increased to two doses if needed after several days of treatment.
Infacol should be stored below 25 degrees Celcius in a cool, dry area. Do not store the product in the fridge.
Treatment with Infacol may see a progressive improvement over several days.
Infacol is available from leading retailers and pharmacies see here where to buy
ALWAYS READ THE LABEL. FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS OF USE. IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST, TALK TO YOUR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL. See here how to use Infacol