Baby Sun Drop [expires on Mar 2021]
✓ One drop provides 400IU Vitamin D3 for infants' growth*
✓ Meets the American Academy of Pediatrics daily recommendation
✓ Supports healthy bone, teeth and immunity*
✓ Tasteless, odorless and contains no preservatives, artificial flavors or colors
Essential Nutrient for Kids’ Bone and Teeth
Statistics have shown that most of the infants and children do not get enough Vitamin D due to limited sun exposure. However, Vitamin D is essential for infants’ growth and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that infants who are breast-fed or partially breast-fed should be supplemented with 400IU of Vitamin D daily.
Contains 400IU of Vitamin D3 per drop, Baby Sun Drops provides the essential nutrient that infants need for healthy bone and teeth development. One drop a day is all you need for babies' and children's healthy growth.
Bone & Teeth Development
Infants need strong bones to stand and walk properly. Vitamin D3 is essential to infants’ healthy growth and development as it helps with the absorption of Calcium and Phosphorus for building healthy bones and teeth.
During the first few months of birth, infants have high levels of mothers’ antibodies in the body. However the antibodies start to drop eventually and it is important to strengthen their immune system and protect them against disease. Vitamin D3 can help support a healthy immune system.
Convenient Dropper Design for Easy Use
The convenient dropper bottle is specifically designed for breastfeeding babies and can be applied to food and drinks easily.
Tasteless, Odorless with NO added Allergens
Baby Sun Drops has NO added GMOs, gluten, soy, yeast, wheat, gelatin, dairy, egg, fish, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, sweeteners, artificial flavors and synthetic preservatives.
Turn the bottle completely upside down without the need of shaking it. The drop will fall from the hole on the top of the bottle in a few seconds.
Mix one drop daily with milk, juice or other food. Or place 1 drop daily onto mother’s nipple or on a clean surface, such as a washed finger or a pacifier, and allow baby to suck for at least 30 seconds.