BioGaia Protectis Baby Drops
BioGaia Protectis Baby Drops is a high-quality probiotic food supplement. Trusted by parents everywhere, our multi-award-winning probiotic drops provide your baby with good bacteria. Talk about giving your child a great start in life!
Why choose this product?
Contains the probiotic strain originally found in breastmilk
The most researched probiotic for infant colic*
5 drops daily - safe to use from birth
Over 100 million sold
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Sunflower oil, L. reuteri DSM 17938, fully hydrogenated rapeseed oil
- Shake well for 10 seconds before each use to mix the bacteria culture with the oil.
- To dispense the drops, tilt the bottle gently and give by a spoon.
- Use 5 drops daily
Do not add drops to hot food, hot drinks or feed directly into the mouth from the bottle as this may reduce the quality of the product.
We do not recommend the use of BioGaia Protectis drops to preterm infants.
5 drops once daily. One daily dose contains a minimum of 100 million live L. reuteri Protectis®.
Recommended daily dose should not be exceeded.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
Happy Tummy, Happy Mummy
Our patented lactic acid bacterium L. reuteri is clinically proven to reach the gut alive**. One daily dose of our probiotic baby drops contains a minimum of 100 million live L. reuteri Protectis®. That’s good news and comfort for you and your baby!
More than 200,000 hours of probiotic research
People might call us crazy for spending over 30 years researching, analyzing, testing and re-analyzing bacteria strains. But we love science. It's what we do. Behind our products, you will find over 200,000 hours of probiotic research.
*According to the number of publications at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ (July 2021)
**Limosilactobacillus reuteri (formerly known as Lactobacillus reuteri)