Friday, March 22, 2013

Colief Infant Relief Drops Review and Giveaway

When Xander was a baby he had so many stomach issues. I know Casey's son Brian did too. In fact, so many issues he had to have surgery at 2 months old!


While I don't think this product could have helped Brian, it sure could have helped Xander. 



Colief is meant to be used for babies with colic, if you have ever had a child with colic, you know how hard it is to watch them in pain and feel helpless. 

I wish I had known about this when Xander was a baby, but I am happy to tell all the other moms out there about it. 

Here is how you use the Colief with baby formula. 
Warm the formula, add 4 drops of Colief® to the warm (not hot) formula. Wait 30 minutes, shaking the formula occasionally, then feed the baby as normal, making sure the formula is at the correct temperature. Discard any unused formula.
Once opened, ready-made formula must be kept refrigerated and used according to the manufacturer's instructions. Colief® works best in warm milk. Colief® should not be added to milk at refrigerator temperature.

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Disclosure: I was given a bottle of Colief to help with my review. All opinions are 100% mine.

6 comments:

  1. No, but I know someone who does.

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  2. My first baby had colic, I'm pregnant with my second one now and I'm worried she will have the same problems

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  3. im not sure! im pregnant with my first baby(:
    caseyeve_003 at yahoo dot com

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  4. not at the moment but this is handy! thank you!

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  5. My baby hasn't arrived yet, but I'd love to have this on hand :)

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  6. Yes, my son does.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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