The Enfamil® line of formulas are patterned after breast milk. Formulas are available in powder, ready-to-feed liquid and concentrated liquid forms.

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Standard Enfamil formula comes in new born baby, infant and toddler formulas. They also have a variety of formulas that are clinically proven to address the below.

Milk sensitivity

Frequent spit up

While others are formulated to address health concerns:

Lactose free

Soy based

Colic from cow’s milk allergy (with LLG)

Food allergies requiring an amino acid

Premature babies and low birth weight

Low iron

There are a number of items needed to safely bottle feed your baby.



Choose glass, BPA-free plastic, or drop in plastic bags. Experiment with a few different styles before buying a dozen of one type.



Most parents find the hardest part of formula feeding is finding the right nipple or teat to fit their baby’s needs.

Nipples are made from either latex or silicone material.

Latex nipples are made from natural materials. They tend to be softer and more pliable, but can be prone to deteriorating faster than silicone nipples. They can also retain scents, which can be comforting to babies.

Silicone nipples are composed of man-made materials and do not retain scents. They are generally firmer in the baby’s mouth and do not age as quickly as latex nipples.

Regardless of the type of bottle nipple you buy, be sure to check it before any feeding session for tears and general wear. Manufacturers recommend that you replace nipples every 6 to 8 weeks.

Nipples also come with different size holes and flow rates. The daunting task is finding the one that is right for your baby. Your best bet is to buy one nipple from a variety of different styles to see which one your baby does the best with. Once this has been determined then go out and buy a quantity of them. Remember though, as your baby grows, so will their nipple requirements.


Formula mixing pitcher

A formula mixing pitcher is an indispensable piece of equipment in your formula feeding arsenal. It mixes formula in such a way as to minimize the formation of bubbles in the baby’s milk; bubbles that lead to gas and discomfort for your baby. Parents can also mix a days’ worth of formula at a time for peak efficiency at feeding time. Note: Mixed formula is only good for 24 hours.


Bottle drying rack

Bottle drying racks allow for your formula feeding equipment to air dry quickly and completely without sitting on a wet towel or dish drying rack. Most bottle drying racks also have a design feature for nipples that allows them to air dry without sitting in wet.


Bottle warmer

Bottle warmers will prove to be indispensable, especially for those 3 am feedings. They warm up the formula faster than heating the milk in a pot with boiling water. They also prevent formula from being over-heated.


Bottle brush

Bottle brushes are made with stiff bristles and a sponge on the top. The sponge provides a good material to clean the bottle bottom and the sides bristles to scrape the residual formula from the insides of the bottles without scratching them. Most bottle brushes also come with a smaller nipple cleaner, making for an excellent combination ensuring that your bottles are cleaned thoroughly.

Learn more about Preparing your Baby’s Bottle.