Boil fresh water and then let it cool to 40 - 50 degrees. Fill half of the required amount of water into the bottle. Add the required amount of powder to the first infant formula. Close the baby bottle and shake well. Add remaining water, close and shake the formula again. The recommended amount depends on the age. Check the package instructions on your infant milk!
Use a fresh bottle for each meal of first infant formula and discard the leftover liquid. We recommend not leaving the bottle for more than half an hour. Milk, and even infant formula, is a breeding ground for bacteria that multiply quickly at high temperatures.
Baby bottle for on the go:
It is important to mix formula milk powder and water just before feeding to prevent germs and bacteria from breeding grounds. For a quick preparation at night or on the way, you can fill boiled water into a clean thermos flask. Then pour the required amount of powdered first infant formula into a sealable container. When needed, mix the water from the thermos with the powdered first infant formula, shake and check the temperature.
Pssst: Preparing a baby bottle with first infant formula is no different from preparing a follow-on milk.