£6.95£13.90 per 100ml
Natures Aid Award-Winning Vitamin D3 drops have been designed specifically for breastfed babies, infants and children.
Vitamin D is an essential vitamin that helps your body absorb calcium for strong, healthy bones and teeth. This is especially important for children's growing bodies.
The UK Department of Health recommends that all babies aged from 6 months to 5 years should take a Vitamin D supplement.
Suitable for Vegetarians.
Made in the UK to GMP standards.
Country of Origin
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 1ml||%NRV|
|Vitamin D||10¿g (400iu)||200|
|NRV = Nutrient Reference Values|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (7)
not really suited to breastfeeding
This product is not concentrated enough, it requires 1ml to be dropped onto the breast when feeding, but 1ml is a lot of liquid. This ends up a messy business. Next time I will make sure to get the concentrated drops.
How do you put 1ml on a nipple and give it to the baby? Totally ridiculous if you are solely breastfeeding so avoid until you can put into food.
not concentrated enough
The vitamin D drops we had before this were concentrated enough that you only needed to administer 1 drop per day- which is easily done on a nipple, dummy or knuckle. This one requires a dropper full (1ml) to be given which is a real pain to give if you are breastfeeding. Would be fine if bottle feeding as could just be added to a bottle.
I assume this contains whatever it's supposed to and my kids don't mind drinking it with milk. But the stopper/dropped it comes with is unbelievably poorly designed and comes apart all the time. Please sort!
Easy and convenient
Love this. My toddler takes some every morning mixed into her porridge. The oil changes the flavour a tiny bit but she doesn't mind one bit. I just wish Nature's Aid made some drops with just the government recommended Vit A, C and D supplements in because I don't want to start my child on a plethora of multivitamins when she's having a good diet and it's not necessary. It can do more harm than good! As such, will just stick with this for now as Vit D is the hardest one to come by anyway!
After struggling to get my baby to take a leading brand's baby vitamins (hated the flavour, was a sugary mess with horrible stains and 5ml dosing) these are a breeze to add to food or milk. Wish I'd found them sooner.