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HiPP Combiotic UK Version Feeding and Preparation

HiPP Combiotic UK Version 

Approximate Age

Baby's weight

(kg / lb)

Single feed preparation level scoops

Cooled boiled water (ml / oz)

Number of feedings in 24 hours
0-2 weeks 3.5 / 7.5 3 90 / 3 6

2-4 weeks

4 / 9 4 120 / 4 5

2 months

5 / 11 5 150 / 5 5
3-5 months 6-7 / 13-15.5 6 180 / 6 5
6 months 7.7 / 16.5 7 210 / 7 4
7-12 months 8.5-9 / 18.5-20 7 210 / 7



Manufacturer Recommendations for Water to Powder Measurements

Final Amount



5.7 oz.

5 oz.

5 spoons

6.7 oz.

6 oz.

6 spoons

7 oz.

7 oz.

7 spoons



To keep your babe safe the World Health Organizations recommends that you use purified or bottled water to make your formula. Though these products are manufactured under the highest standards and checked for contamination, the WHO advises that all water be boiled prior to mixing formula. This is to make sure there is no bacterial contamination in either the water or the formula. All other equipment; bottles, lids and nipples should also be appropriately sterilized. 

Step 1:

Bring desired amount of water to a rolling boil. Pour water into sterilized bottle and then cool to between 104 and 122 degrees Fahrenheit in the refrigerator.

Step 2:

Pour 3/4 of the water into another sterilized bottle, then add formula according manufacturer's suggestion. Use only the spoon included with the formula. Each spoon should be leveled and not heaping.

Step 3:

Close bottle tightly and shake until powder is completely dissolved.

Step 4:

Add the remainder of the boiled water from the second bottle until the bottle is filled to the manufacturer's recommended level (see chart). Shake again. 

Step 5:

Cool the freshly made formula until it reaches the ideal temperature, usually around 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Always test the formula on your forearm to make sure that it is not too hot.


Feeding and Preparation Warnings

To prevent spoiling: Bottles kept at room temperature should be used within 2 hours. Bottles kept in a cold pack should be used within 4 hours. Bottles kept in the refrigerator should be used within 24 hours.

To reheat pre-made bottles, use a bottle warmer, or heat bottle in warm water. Do not microwave bottles, as this can cause uneven pockets of scalding hot milk. Always check the formula temperature before feeding your baby.

Use all formula powder by the expiration date on the box.

Only use the scoop provided in the pack

Do not make feeds weaker or stronger than indicated by adding extra water/scoops, and do not add anything else to milk feeds

For hygiene reasons, always freshly prepare feeds and do not prepare in advance. Use made up feeds within 2 hours of preparation. Discard anything leftover at the end of the feed

Please note that you may notice some changes in your baby's stool consistency after switching to HiPP Combiotic: this is typical for products containing prebiotic oligosaccharides, which may make baby's stools more similar to those of breastfeed babies

Do not heat feeds in a microwave, hot spots may occur which could cause scalding

A responsible person should be with your baby during feeding

Please clean your baby's teeth regularly when they appear

Introduce a cup or beaker as soon as possible to prevent prolonged/frequent contact of teeth with milk feeds which may increase the risk of tooth decay

Use container within 3 weeks of opening