According to the Infant Colic Real World Evidence (iCore) Study; 1,892, parents’ experience of using Infacol to treat suspected colic found:
(* Based on Market Share data from 52 w/e 8 Aug, 20) (** According to the Infant Colic Real World Evidence (iCore) Study; 1,892, parents’ experience of using Infacol to treat suspected colic.)
Infacol colic relief drops work by helping the small trapped gas bubbles join into bigger bubbles, which your baby can easily bring up as wind – helping to relieve their pain and discomfort. Given before each feed, its clinically proven formula works progressively over several days. Continued usage may help to prevent a further build-up of wind.
The normal dose is one dropper full (0.5ml) given before each feed.
Infacol has a progressive effect, which means that it should be given to the baby for several days to achieve the best results. If the baby's colic hasn't improved after three to four days you can increase the dosage to two droppers full (1ml).
Please read the enclosed instructions for use before use. If symptoms do not improve, seek medical advice.
Infacol contains the active ingredient Simeticone, which is inert and not absorbed into the body. Infacol is not known to cause any unwanted effects.
Methyl and propyl hydroxybenzoates may cause allergic reactions (possible delayed).
If you think your baby may be allergic to any of the ingredients, ask your doctor or health visitor before giving Infacol.
If symptoms do not improve seek medical advice.
Other allergy information:
Once opened use within 28 days.
Do not store above 25°C.