Enfamil® Gentlease®

Enfamil Gentlease is designed to ease fussiness, gas and crying in 24 hours, while providing nutrition for healthy development to help babies reach key milestones.

  • Shown to reduce fussiness, gas and crying in 24 hours
  • Gentle protein for sensitive tummies
  • Provides complete nutrition for healthy growth during baby's first year
  • Available in convenient Ready to Use liquid bottles
  • Same formulation also available in non-GMO**
Feeding Issues are Common — and Manageable

Many feeding issues are simply a sign that your baby's digestive system is developing. That's why fussiness, gas and crying are common at feeding time. Sometimes a change in formula can make all the difference. Enfamil Gentlease is an easy-to-digest formula designed to ease fussiness, gas and crying in 24 hours—while still providing the brain-nourishing nutrition your baby needs to reach her milestones.

Tips to Reduce Fussiness, Gas and Crying:
  • Keep your baby in an upright position when feeding—and for a short time afterwards
  • Burp your baby after every 2-3 fluid ounces
  • Feed your baby smaller amounts of formula
  • If your baby is hungry and crying, calm her before feeding to prevent her from gulping air.
Ask your baby's doctor if Enfamil Gentlease is the right choice.

*Among pediatricians recommending a brand.
**Ingredients not genetically engineered. For more information, visit enfamil.com/nonGMO.

While we can't guarantee insurance reimbursement, our dedicated staff will help parents navigate the reimbursement process.

 ¶Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children is a U.S. Department of Agriculture Program. No endorsement of any brand or product by the USDA is implied or intended.

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