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Did you know

Australia has one of the highest incidences of allergy in the world1 where…


Atopic dermatitis is one of the first signs of allergy. Sometimes referred to as the ‘allergic march,’ some children with atopic dermatitis will go to develop a food allergy, rhinitis (hay fever) and/or asthma.2-3 So, it is crucial to take steps to reduce the likelihood of infants developing atopic dermatitis.


Helps provide long-term protection against allergy4-6

When introduced within the first 6 months of life, Aptamil has been clinically shown to:

golden-tickReduce the incidence of atopic dermatitis 6 months after feeding4

golden-tickThis reduction is sustained at 2 years and 5 years after feeding5,6

For Formula Fed Infants

Your recommendation can make a difference

Reference: 1. Susan L Prescott & Mimi Tang 2004. ASCIA Position Statement: Summary of Allergy Prevention in Children, as published in the Medical Journal of Australia 2005; 182(9):464–467. 2. Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) 2013. Eczema (atopic dermatitis) ASCIA factsheet for patients, consumers and carers [Accessed February 2016]. 3. Allergy UK. The allergic march. Available at [Accessed February 2016]. 4. Moro G et al. Arch Dis Child 2006; 91:814–819. 5. Arslanoglu S et al. J Nutr 2008; 138:1091–1095. 6. Arslanoglu S et al. J Biol Reg & Homeo Agents 2012; 26(3):49–59.

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