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Aptamil Milk contains a unique blend of ingredients to support your baby’s growth and development, from birth through to weaning and toddlerhood. Formulated for the development of babies with specific dietary needs or feeding problems, the range of Aptamil Special baby milks will help you feel confident that your baby is getting the support they need to develop.

Aptamil Comfort is the most popular of all Aptamil special baby milks as is proven to help soothe the symptoms of colic and constipation. It is nutritionally tailored, with our unique blend of Galacto- and Fructo-oligosaccharides (GOS/FOS), and contains less lactose than standard milks, to reduce gas and other intestinal discomfort.

Similarly just as popular with mothers, suitable from birth Aptamil Pepti 1 is formulated for the dietary management of cows’ milk allergy (CMA). It is similar in composition to Aptamil standard infant milks, apart from the protein which has been broken down (extensively hydrolysed) to make it less likely to cause an allergic reaction. It also includes lactose for improved taste, to help your baby enjoy each feed and support weight gain.

Aptamil Pepti 2 is for the dietary management of cows’ milk allergy (CMA). Suitable from 6 months to complement a cows’ milk-free weaning diet. It is similar in composition to Aptamil standard Follow On milk, apart from (as in pepti 1) the protein which has been broken down (extensively hydrolysed) to make it less likely to cause an allergic reaction. It also includes lactose for improved taste, to help your baby enjoy each feed and support weight gain.

For over 30 years, Aptamil have remained dedicated to ongoing nutritional research into support for babies and toddlers. Their discoveries led us to develop our ranges of nutritionally tailored formulas, including Aptamil with Pronutra+, their most advanced formula yet.

Formula milks are designed to support each stage of your baby’s growth and development. Formula milk is made with cows’ milk and is specially tailored to meet a baby’s nutritional needs with the addition of vitamins, minerals and LCP’s. It usually comes as a powder, ready to be mixed with boiled water and given in a bottle. Ready-made feeds are also available and can be useful if you’re on the go and for during the night.

Choosing a baby milk

Formula milks are usually categorised by age or nutritional needs. Infant formula (0−6 months) is either ‘whey dominant’ or ‘casein dominant’. It’s best to start with a whey-based formula milk and see how your baby gets on.

0-6 Months: Designed for newborns, these whey dominant milks are usually labelled ‘suitable from birth’ or ‘first milk’.

6-12 Months: From 6 months onwards a ‘follow on milk’ can be used to complement a weaning diet by providing the nutrients your baby needs while introducing new foods.

12+ Months: Suitable from 12 months, these milks are designed to meet your toddler’s nutritional needs, complementing their weaning diet as they enter a more active phase of life.

Hungry Milks

For hungrier babies there are formula milks containing proteins which form a thicker curd in the stomach. These are usually labelled 'hungry' or 'for hungry babies'.

Special Milks

There are also formula milks available that are specially designed for preterm babies, babies with feeding problems such as colic, constipation and lactose intolerance, or those with a cows' milk protein allergy (as mentioned above). If you’re concerned about any of these conditions, ask your healthcare professional for advice.