Infacol £1.94 at ASDA cheapest I've seen around
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Infacol £1.94 at ASDA cheapest I've seen around

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Found 31st May 2012
Infacol £1.94 at ASDA cheapest I've seen around, paid £2.98 at Tescos last time we bought it.

Helps with baby wind and can be used from birth.
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life saver when my boy was little
great price op, my now 21mth old lived on this for 2/3 mths when she was a tiny baby
certainly helps with my two month old daughter, we find gripe water works quicker though
sideysid

certainly helps with my two month old daughter, we find gripe water works … certainly helps with my two month old daughter, we find gripe water works quicker though


Was going to try gripe water but it says can't be used on less than 6 month year old.
nwressell

Was going to try gripe water but it says can't be used on less than 6 … Was going to try gripe water but it says can't be used on less than 6 month year old.



?

That's certainly wrong. Most say don't use on a baby under 4 weeks, but under 6 months is madness.
Wow you're the first people I've ever heard who say gripe water/infacol actually work
Should have checked Hukd as just paid £2.92 in tesco's... Does it really works? I'm still wondering if to give it to my little one.
Mascherano

Wow you're the first people I've ever heard who say gripe water/infacol … Wow you're the first people I've ever heard who say gripe water/infacol actually work



well infacol woked for us for sure.
I've been using this since my baby was 4 weeks old and finally get to use gripe wster now it's back on the shelves.shes now 3 months old and still has colic.Both do help a bit. Shame there's no miracle for colic.
People read up on colic!! It's a myth!! The name given to how all babies are at that time in their little lives :-)

Our son is 16 months and we are both getting broody for another wee baby in the house
Infacol definitely works a treat here
This only applies in Scotland, but you can sign up your child to the NHS Minor Aliments service through your local chemist, and you get Infracol through that for free. Not sure if it applies anywhere else in the UK, but we've gotten a few bottles now!
I got colief drops for my son, tried loads of stuff but this seemed to work best for us.
We have been using it on our 4 month old and works a treat
Agree with the colief slot more expensive but only thing which worked on my two.You can now get it on prescription in some areas.
Colief is amazing, genuinely works as its a real enzyme performing the simple task of breaking down lactose in the bottle before the baby feeds.
I can't even conceive a way in which infacol works (the truth is it doesnt)
Infacol works for our little one, doctor put it on repeat for us though. Heat from me.
Edited by: "Dehumanization" 2nd Jun 2012
infacol and dentinox colic drops really worked for us, but i honestly found baby massage really really great at getting rid of that 'baby wind'
So this is deal is only in Scotland? Not nationwide?
grommachine

Agree with the colief slot more expensive but only thing which worked on … Agree with the colief slot more expensive but only thing which worked on my two.You can now get it on prescription in some areas.



Luckily I got it on prescription, I was trying all different things before I found out about this, we were having a nightmare of a time with my son and it was a weekend so I had to buy my first lot from asda, think it was around £12 for 7ml, we also changed to dr brown bottles which helped.
No way, bought the other day from my local pharmacy for £4:50. Heat added
Brings back memories
Why expired!!!!! Still at this price
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