HiPP Dutch Stage 3 Instructions in English 

Important: inappropriate preparation or use of this product can harm your child's health. carefully follow the following instructions.

Wash your hands thoroughly and sterilize the feeding bottle, teat and ring in boiling water for 10 minutes.

  1. Boil fresh drinking water and cool to approx. 40°-50° C* / 104-122° F*.
  2. Add 2/3 of water to the bottle.
  3. Fill the measuring spoon and level the organic baby powder on the spoon. Add the advised amount of formula powder to the bottle.
  4. Close the bottle and shake thoroughly.
  5. Add the remaining water and shake thoroughly again.
  6. Cool to drinking temperature of approx. 37° C / 98.6° F. Check temperature, e.g. with HiPP thermometer.

 *In order not to damage the natural lactic acid cultures (lactobacilli), please do not prepare the food with too hot water.

Amounts And Dosage

Respect the recommended amount of 300 -  330 ml / 10.14 - 11.15 fl oz milk formula per day. Recommended drinking amount and number of bottles per day are general guidelines only. Your baby does not have to drink the bottle completely.

One flattened spoonful of milk powder 4.6 g / 0.162 oz per 30 ml / 1.01 oz water.


Amount of water

(ml / fl oz)

Number of measuring spoons*

From the 12th month

150 / 5.07




Important Notes

Exclusive breastfeeding in the first six months is ideal for your baby. As with any following formula, HiPP 3 COMBIOTIK® growing-up  milk is nutritionally complete toddler formula should only be used after 12 months as part of a mixed diet (for example with musli) and should not be used as a mother's milk substitute in the first 6 months. Your baby's individual growth and developmental needs may require to introduce follow-up foods as part of a mixed diet into your baby's diet at an earlier stage. Please check the product description, feeding information and consult your pediatrician before using the formula from 12 months. Make sure your baby eats a balanced diet for a healthy life.

HiPP 3 COMBIOTIK®growing-up milk is intended for children from 12 months onwards and is to be drunk from a cup. Like mother's milk, all infant formula include carbohydrates. They are an important part of your baby's diet. Frequent or prolonged teeth contact with carbohydrate-containing liquids can lead to tooth decay and thus to health problems. Do not let your child suck the bottle permanently and change to cup-feeding as soon as possible.