Screw a lid or nipple on to the bottle tightly, unleash your inner bartender and gently shake or swirl the formula cocktail well until all powder has dissolved completely.
THE PERFECT SERVE
Babies are a bit like Goldilocks and need their milk just right – not too hot and not too cold. The best way to test this is to put a drop on the inside of your wrist where the skin is sensitive like your baby’s mouth. It should feel lukewarm. If it feels too hot, you can cool the milk by holding the bottle — with a cap covering the nipple — under cold running water.
NO SECOND CHANCES
After feeding, throw away used formula and never re-heat or re-use it. It is not safe for your baby. This is also why it is recommended that you don’t mix formula and breast milk in the same bottle. Breast milk can be kept whereas formula milk must be discarded soon after preparation. Mixing the two can thus lead to wasted breast milk, which nobody likes!