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Enfamil D-Vi-Sol Vitamin D Supplement Drops 1.66 fl oz (50 ml)

by Enfamil

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  • Provides an essential vitamin that helps your baby's body absorb calcium for strong bones and teeth
  • Complements the breast milk to provide optimal nutrition for your baby
  • Sugar, gluten and lactose free
  • But did you know that it might contain only 15 to 40 I.U. (International Units) of vitamin D per litre? That's only 10% of the recommended daily intake.
  • Important organizations like the Canadian Paediatric Society, Dietitians of Canada, and Health Canada jointly recommend that infants receive 400 I.U. of vitamin D per day.
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Product Description

Size: Pack of 2

Essential for All Breastfed Infants. #1 Brand Recommended by Pediatricians

Product Details

Size: Pack of 2
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00IDI7SME
  • UPC: 760488354438
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,617 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

It has some artificial ingredients.
Noh, Sunghwan
My baby hates the taste, gets watery eyes when I give it to her, she tries to spit it out everytime, and it stains any fabric it touches.
CarrieBird
I will be researching and buying a different brand of drops for my breastfed baby.
KMetz

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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly G. on October 4, 2010
Size Name: Pack of 1
I have to start by saying there are 365 doses in the Carlson Labs bottle, so don't let the price fool you. To get the same in the Enfamil, you would have to buy 7+ bottles, so they are not cheaper! Also, one drop of Carlson Labs is a dose (unlike the 1 mL you need for these) and you can put it on a pacifier or a nipple, and you're done. I tasted both, and the Carlson Labs one has no flavor at all and the only other ingredient is coconut oil, whereas the Enfamil drops have a lot of ingredients and taste awful. We had to wait until our daughter was already screaming to give her the Enfamil, but she doesn't even notice the Carlson Labs drops on her pacifier.
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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful By L44444 on November 15, 2010
Size Name: Pack of 1
This is a terrible product. It's cherry flavored in a really unpleasant, medicinal way and includes artificial color chemicals. I'm pretty sure my baby doesn't care if it's caramel brown or not, and the chemicals aren't good for her. Plus, the flavor makes it so I can't mix it into her food because it makes it taste terrible. I'm not sure who designed a product for a baby where they decided to mix the benefits of vitamins with the nastiness of artificial color and flavor.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By C. S. Van Atta on April 12, 2011
Size Name: Pack of 1
There are so many reason NOT to buy this product. WHY do they add "caramel coloring" (whatever amalgamation of chemicals that might be). Does your infant need the liquid (that he likely won't even see) to be an "appetizing" color? Does he even know what "appetizing" means? WHY do they need to include all of this:

Glycerin , Water , Polysorbate 80 , Citric Acid , Vitamin D3 , Sodium Citrate , Sodium Hydroxide , Artificial Flavor , Artificial Caramel Color

Like everyone else here, I recommend the Carlson Baby Vitamin D drops. They have: Vitamin D and Coconut Oil (a much healthier and natural alternative to the above). PLUS it's WAY cheaper, considering you only need a drop.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Matthew T. Schmitt on January 6, 2011
Size Name: Pack of 1
This foul-smelling liquid frequently ended up running down our daughter's chin as we tried to give her a dropper full -- the recommended dose. No matter how we tried, we couldn't give her a dose that didn't engender some fierce crying. We'll be switching to the Carlson drops before we finish this bottle.
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By L. Campbell on January 17, 2011
Size Name: Pack of 1
These drops may give your baby the vitamin he/she needs, but it also provides baby with an unhealthy dose of artificial colors and flavors. Plus, the stuff smells and tastes horrible!!! They make my 6 month old's eyes water, even when I mix it in her favorite food. I'll be looking into other options and will not be buying this stuff again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By lovebug87 on October 5, 2012
Size Name: Pack of 1
Let me start off by saying my children's pediatrician recommended this product so I have been buying it for years... huge mistake on my part. I should of read the back ingredients it has artificial flavor, caramel color, polysorbate 80. The previous ingredient(s) have been known to cause your cells to retain fat, various cancers, and your central nervous system to shut down. Please do not just take my word for it research these harmful ingredients. Please also do not purchase this or other Enfamil multivitamins due to the problematic ingredients.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Webster on February 5, 2012
Size Name: Pack of 1
I gave this to my breastfed baby when the Ped. told us he needed the extra Vit D. First time, be gagged and choked on it and it came up in bubbles out of his mouth, it scared me so much. So I waited a while to see after a few weeks if he'd take it in smaller amounts. The day before yesterday I gave it to him, and yesterday, well, he has been horribily gassy more so than his normal gassy (he is a gassy baby but not like this) he also hasn't had a bowel movement. The only thing changed in our diet (he is 1 month old) is that vitamin. It smells horrible, it tastes horrible and apparantly its not good for a new borns tummy. I think I'd rather go out in the sun with my son (Arizona) than give him this crap. Its plain garbage.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Noh, Sunghwan on December 3, 2011
Size Name: Pack of 1
It just happened tonight that my daughter vomitted like crazy as soon as she swallowed this horrible vitamin D.
She threw up six times in a row and was having breathing problem from throwing up. I almost called 911.
It broke my heart to see her suffering and I am writing this review to prevent such incident for other moms and babies.
It was our first time trying the product and I will NEVER BUY THIS for the below reasons:

It tastes awful! (It tastes like a cold medicine, please try it yourself)
It tastes too strong!
It has some artificial ingredients.

If you have to give your baby this vitamin d, give him/her a drop and see how well your baby takes it before offering the full dose.
I think it would be the best not to buy this product.
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