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Enfamil Tri-Vi-Sol Vitamins A, D & C Supplement Drops for Infants, 50 mL (Pack of 3)

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  • Vitamin supplement for exclusively or partially breastfed infants needing additional vitamins in their diet
  • Vitamin A helps keep skin and mucous membranes healthy
  • Vitamin C for healthy connective-tissue development
  • Vitamin D for building strong bones
  • Enfamil is produced by Mead Johnson, a century-old world leader in nutrition, with more than 70 products in over 60 countries
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Size: Pack of 3

Enfamil Tri-Vi-Sol is a vitamin supplement for exclusively or partially breastfed infants needing additional vitamins in their diet. It is a source of three essential vitamins: vitamin A, which helps keep skin and mucous membranes healthy; vitamin C, for healthy connective-tissue development; and vitamin D, which is necessary for building strong bones. Also available with iron.

Product Details

Size: Pack of 3
  • Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 2.7 x 4.4 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • ASIN: B001F0RB4M
  • UPC: 300870403032
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,134 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

On the upside, it has the essential dose of vitamin D that my breastfed baby needs.
Holly K. Lee
Unfortunately the last bottle that I bought has an awful taste - I even tried it, and the smell afterwards is just as bad.
R. Taylor
On top of the fact that those things are just not good for baby, my son hated the taste.
JTS

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By JTS on October 17, 2012
Size Name: Pack of 3
I don't doubt the sense of giving Vitamin D to breastfed babies.
Tri Vi Sol was recommended by the pediatritian. Why they put in artificial flavour and colouring in a product targeted at breastfed babies (not to mention the other additives) is beyond me. On top of the fact that those things are just not good for baby, my son hated the taste.
So I did my own research and we switched to Baby Ddrops. Only ingredient other than Vitamin D is coconut oil, odor- and tasteless, one drop onto Mommys nipple and baby's happy.
Why would a pediatrician recommend a product like this when there are much better alternatives?
Also, why is there Vitamin A and C in there?
Incidentally my son developed baby acne after we gave him the Tri Vi Sol (which we did only once, because the smell prompted me to check the label). Doesn't proof that there is a connection, but a week later it had cleared again.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By team c on March 10, 2014
Size Name: Pack of 3 Verified Purchase
This is listed as a package of 3; however, I received only a package of 1 bottle of vitamins. I would not have purchased this product at this price had I known it was a single bottle of vitamins. This is a deceptive listing and I will follow up with Amazon and the seller.
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By R. Taylor on February 20, 2008
Size Name: Pack of 3
I have been giving them to my daughter for 10 months now (she is 14 months), but the horrible taste of the most recent batches is causing her to reject the supplement completely. She has always LOVED the taste of the vitamin drops, and always got really excited when she saw me pulling out the bottle. Unfortunately the last bottle that I bought has an awful taste - I even tried it, and the smell afterwards is just as bad. It smells and tastes very metallic, like old rust. Enfamil sent me a complimentary bottle - it was the exact same thing, but from a different batch! The lot #'s on the bottles are 110005A and 110006A. Here is what they wrote to me in an email:

"Many of the ingredients, such as the vitamins and the iron used in our vitamin and mineral products, have an astringent or bitter taste that can be difficult to mask. We try to make our vitamin and mineral supplement drops as palatable as possible without excessive or unnecessary use of sweeteners or artificial flavors. Many quality control steps are taken during and after production of each batch of our products. We carefully inspect raw materials, make in-process checks and thoroughly examine each finished batch to ensure that it meets our high standards for physical appearance and nutrient content. We would not release a batch if it did not meet specifications. It is possible to observe some batch-to-batch variation in our products. Differences in raw ingredients may affect the taste, odor, or consistency. Each batch is tested before it is released, and we would not expect these differences to affect a baby's acceptance or tolerance of the formula."

Now I have to search for an alternative.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Meghan Gossett on April 25, 2014
Size Name: Pack of 3
If you are breastfeeding your baby you obviously want what is best for them, right? So, please do not give them these vitamins. They have artificial coloring and flavoring in them. I have heard a lot of negative things lately about caramel coloring like links to cancer and high blood pressure, so I have been trying to rid my household of products containing it. These drops have a brown tint to them so I decided to read the ingredients and right there listed was caramel color!! I was disgusted! My pediatrician recommended this brand too, but that doesn't mean that's what you should use. There are other vitamin drops out there that don't have all this extra crap in them! Do the research and pick what is truly best for your baby!
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April 28, 2014
Hello Meghan- Thank you for taking the time to provide your feedback. We do not advocate the unnecessary or excessive use of artificial colorings in our vitamin products. We strive to provide vitamin supplements that are safe, effective, and at the same time acceptable. The health of infant is our highest priority, and we are confident that all of our products are safe and nutritious.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Tom S. on March 14, 2013
Size Name: Pack of 3
The short version: Making your baby swallow this stuff is child abuse. Buy Carlson's Vitamin D drops.

The long version: Our pediatrician gave us this specific product name, so we bought it blindly, trusting that they had actual reasons for recommending it. It smells (and clearly tastes) absolutely terrible, like old cough syrup or a household cleaner. Our son, only two or three months old at the time, would turn his head away and refuse it. It would be a ten-minute process of slowly sneaking a few more drops into his mouth, while he started crying and pushing it out with his tongue, but we thought we had to give it to him because breastfeeding infants need Vitamin D, and apparently this was the best stuff.

When I actually looked at the reviews online, I felt terrible. They all said the same thing. We immediately bought Carlson's Vitamin D drops, which many of them had recommended, and he's been the happiest boy in the world ever since. They're flavorless oil, with the same amount of vitamin D in a drop as this crap has in a full eye dropper. You can mix it in with milk or formula, but we just put the drop on a spoon, which he happily accepts and chews on afterward.

The makers of this should be ashamed. If your doctor recommends it, recommend that your doctor read some reviews. Or try some for him/herself. Blech!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pammycakes on July 30, 2014
Size Name: Pack of 3
I had just started giving this to my daughter at night during her bath and did not correlate the drops with her inability to sleep. Previously, before using the tri-vi-sol drops, my daughter would have her bath and then nurse and fall asleep (around 730-8pm) and sleep through until 5am (with an occasional 3am feed). After I started these drops at night, she would nurse, become super fussy, etc. <read become inconsolable, cranky and generally unpleasant - NOT her norm!>, and she would be up until after 10pm!!! I am so disgusted by this company and their need to put caramel color (and other questionable ingredients) in this vitamin! WHY??! The color is certainly NOT appealing and the health risks associated with caramel coloring have been rampant as of late (google it, you'll be sick too!). I am sick that I trusted my pediatricians advice and this brand! And, I find it especially appalling that someone from Enfamil has posted untruthful comments in response to other "negative" reviews. Thanks to another persons review stating that this product made her child hyper I made the connection! And, guess what??!? I discontinued the drops tonight and guess who's sleeping and allowing Mommy to have time to write this review???! Thanks to other comments and reviews, I found the vitamin D drops that's just Vit D and coconut oil! Why give her anything else??! Breast milk is only allegedly lacking VitD so why do a Tri-sol-Vit and WHY WHY WHY give your baby all the other unnecessary ingredients this product has??! And in case anyone's interested this is what I'll be using now thanks to feedback from other Amazon shoppers! http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003CT36NE/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A1EXOQHNLJCUOL
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