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BetterYou DLux Junior Daily D3 Spray - 15ml

£6.65

Description

BetterYou DLuxJunior Vitamin D Oral Spray is a convenient and effective way to boost your child's vitamin levels, suitable for all children aged 3 years and above. Each spray produces a plume of tiny droplets which are quickly absorbed in your child's mouth, providing faster vitamin D absorption than tablets or capsules

DLuxInfant oral spray guarantees a nutritional dosage that traditional tablets, capsules and drops (which all rely on an increasingly inefficient digestive system) simply can’t.

No tablets. No capsules. No fuss.

How do BetterYou intraoral sprays work?

Each spray produces a plume of micro-droplets that permeate the soft-tissue of the inner cheek, delivering essential nutrients into the rich vein system below. Micro-emulsified to product optimal droplet size and plume delivery, ensuring effective absorption and a convenience, speed and effectiveness other vitamin D supplements can’t.

  • Each spray delivers 400IU (10μg) of bioavailable vitamin D3
  • Effective and convenient alternative to tablets and capsules
  • 100% natural peppermint flavouring

Directions: Carefully spray into your child’s mouth or on the inside of the cheek. Give your child one daily spray or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.

Does not need to be taken with food or water and can be taken at any time of the day. Press the pump 3 times to get the liquid flowing. Shake well before every use. Once opened, use within 6 months. Store at room temperature and out of direct sunlight. Keep out of children’s reach.

Do not exceed recommended dosage.

Ingredients: Xylitol, water, acacia gum, cholecalciferol (vitamin D3), sunflower lecithin, citric acid, preservative: potassium sorbate, peppermint oil.

No artificial colours or flavours.

The source of vitamin D3 is Lanolin. This has been sourced from the wool of sheep living in Australia. The D3 is completely extracted from the Lanolin and while it is suitable for vegetarians (approved by the vegetarian society) it may not be suitable for those wishing to follow a strict vegan diet.