Product & Usage Information
Ddrops® Booster 600 IU
How to use Ddrops® Booster
- Turn the bottle completely upside down. There is no need to shake the bottle, as the drop will fall out by itself. In a few seconds, a drop will fall from the spout at the top of the bottle.
- Mix one drop with a favorite food or beverage. Do not allow Euro Ddropper® to come into contact with food or mouth.
- Put the cap back on the bottle and store the bottle in an upright position.
- Once opened, the product should be used within the number of daily servings indicated on the label.
Why Ddrops® Booster?
- Made with just two naturally sourced ingredients, pure vitamin D3 and fractionated coconut oil.
- Does not contain preservatives, vitamin E, artificial flavors, colors or artificial additives.
- 600 IU of vitamin D in just one drop.
- No fuss and mess of measuring devices, syringes or sugary gummies.
- Non-GMO Project Verified.
- Ddrops award-winning products undergo third-party laboratory testing, are certified by the NSF, Mom’s Choice Gold Award Recipients and Parent Tested Parent Approved. Click here to learn more about our awards.
- Free from all 8 of the most common allergens such as corn, egg, fish, gluten, lactose, dairy, casein, peanuts, shellfish, soy, starch, sulphites, wheat or yeast.
- Vegetarian product for "lacto-ovo" vegetarian use.
About the EuroDdropper®
Ddrops® Booster is dispensed onto food or into a drink. The drop is then taken with the food or drink. It is preferably not dispensed directly into the mouth. This allows the Euro Ddropper® to remain free of contamination through contact with the mouth.
Importance of Vitamin D
Vitamin D is important for healthy growth and development in infancy and childhood. Vitamin D supports normal bone growth for all ages, including infants and young children.*
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* Do not use if security seal on bottle is broken. Keep out of reach of children. *
- * These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease
1. Institute of Medicine. DRIs for Calcium and Vitamin D. November 30, 2010. Read Report
2. Dietary Reference Intakes for Calcium and Vitamin D – American Academy of Pediatric Statement of Endorsement Nov 2012. Read Report