Starter Infant formula, from birth on, with Nucleotides and DHA & ARA, free of gluten, lactose free.

Composition highlights

      • 5 types of nucleotides
      • Anti-oxidants: selenium …
      • Essential fatty acids LA & ALA (7:1)
      • Preformed DHA & ARA (1:1)
      • Choline & taurine


Lactose intolerance.


Skimmed milk, lactose, maltodextrin, vegetable fats and oils, whey protein concentrate, galacto-oligosaccharides, minerals, vitamins, emulsier mono-/diglycerides of fatty acids, refined fish oil, arachidonic acid oil, nucleotides, choline, taurine, inositol, antioxidants, L-carnitine.

Preparation of feeds

  1. Wash your hands with soap and water and dry with a clean towel.
  2. Wash feeding bottle, nipple and cap, and then boil them during 5 minutes.
  3. Boil drinking water for 5 minutes and allow cooling to 40°C.
  4. Pour the exact amount of lukewarm water indicated on the feeding table below into the feeding bottle.
  5. Add the exact number of leveled scoops of Swisslac LF then cap the bottle.
  6. Shake well the bottle until powder is fully dissolved.

Suggested Feeding Table

Important notes

  • Breast milk is the best choice for infants.
  • Consult your doctor before using an infant formula.
  • Swisslac LF is an infant formula, suitable from birth onwards.
  • After the age of 6 months it is advised to continue with swisslac Confort, and add 1 leveled scoop powder extra to each 180 ml water, or try swisslac 2.
  • At the age of six months doctors advise the introduction of vegetables, meat, fish or fruit in addition to the cereals.


  1. It is important to use clean and carefully sterilized utensil before preparing feedings for hygienic reasons.
  2. Follow the instructions exactly and carefully.
  3. Prepare only one feeding portion at a time. Always make sure that the prepared milk is lukewarm.
  4. Use only the enclosed scoop.
  5. Respect the exact quantity of milk powder mentioned in the feeding table except under the recommendations of your doctor. Using less or more powder than indicated will damage your baby’s health.
  6. Always hold your baby while feeding. Leaving the baby unattended may seriously cause choking.
  7. Once opened, contents should be used within a maximum period of 4 weeks. Use before the expiry date indicated in the base of the tin.
  8. Close carefully the tin and store in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  9. Use prepared Swisslac LF within a maximum delay of 1 hour after preparation. Throw away unfinished milk after feeding.

Pouch in box 800 Gr : Language French / Italian / German
Tin 400 Gr: Language English / Arabic