Thank you for choosing Aptamil for your feeding needs. Here you’ll find preparation instructions and measurements in both metric units (NZ) and imperial units (US).
Labels in many other countries instruct consumers to boil water. Consistent with that approach, the label for Aptamil recommends heating water first to 160°F (70°C) and letting it cool to approximately 100° F (40° C).
Wash hands and surfaces, pour desired amount of warm water into a clean bottle.
Use the scoop provided, level off the powder. Add the correct measure of powder to the water.
Mixing instructions require 1 scoop (7.3g of powder) for each 50mL of water.
Cap bottle and shake well until powder is dissolved. Feed immediately (do not store) and discard unfinished formula.
Store open and unopened containers in a dry area at room temperature and use contents within 4 weeks of opening.
Because powdered milks are not sterile, failure to follow instructions may make your baby ill.
Wash hands and sterilise all utensils according to manufacturers' instructions.
Boil 1 litre of freshly run water. Leave kettle to cool for 30 minutes and no longer. Measure the required amount of water (refer to feeding guide) into a sterilised bottle. Be careful of scalding. Do not use artificially softened or repeatedly boiled water.
Using the scoop provided, level off the powder with the built in leveller. Do not press/heap the powder.
Add the correct measure of powder to the water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful. Place the sterilized teat and cap on the bottle and shake immediately, vertically and vigorously for at least 10 seconds, until the powder is dissolved.
Your baby may need more or less than shown in the table below which is provided as a guide.
IMPORTANT: Use this feeding chart as well as the one provided on the label: (please note: mixing instructions require 1 scoop per 50 ml (1.7 fl oz) of formula prepared). Each scoop adds approximately 5 ml to the amount of prepared formula.
IMPORTANT: Use enclosed scoop to measure as scoops from other formulas may differ in size. 1 scoop (4.6g) should be used per 1 fluid ounce (30mL) of water.
(use scoop enclosed to measure)
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