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Product Good Start Soothe™, Baby Formula for Sensitive Tummies
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The first and only formula with probiotic L. reuteri, designed with extra comfort in mind for babies with tummy troubles.


Available in 340g and 942g.


For infants 0 months and up

Product Highlights

  • Our most tummy sensitive formula, and the only formula with PROBIOTIC L. reuteri​
  • Over 90% of parents who switched to GOOD START SOOTHE said their baby was less fussy after the first feed*,1
  • Tummy friendly and easy to digest, GOOD START SOOTHE has COMFORT PROTEINS, which are 100% whey proteins that are partially broken down using our unique process for small tummies ​
  • REDUCED level of lactoseǂ
  • EXPERT RECOMMENDED LEVELS of DHA2, an Omega 3 fat, which contributes to your baby’s normal physical brain and eye development​
  • NOW WITH 2’-FL.  2’-FL is a prebiotic shown to help support digestive health and the developing immune system.3-5
  • Non-GMOǁ

Preparation & Storage Instructions 

Your baby’s health depends on carefully following the directions for prepation and use.

  1. Wash hands thoroughly. Boil clean bottles, nipples, rings, caps, and utensils in water for 5 minutes.​
  2. Separately, bring water to a rolling boil for at least 2 minutes. Cool to lukewarm.​
  3. Pour desired amount of lukewarm water into sterilized bottle. Add powder, cap bottle and immediately shake well.

See Preparation Chart for proper powder to water ratio, and Preparation Instructions on pack for detailed instructions.

Preparation Chart

Sterilized Water GOOD START SOOTHE Sterilized Water  GOOD START SOOTHE
60 ml  1 scoop 180 ml  3 scoops
120 ml 2 scoop 240 ml  4 scoops


Store in a cool dry place. After opening can, keep tightly covered with lid and use within 1 month. Avoid extreme temperatures.


*Infants were exclusively formula fed. ​

Like all infant formulas. ​

ǂ~30% less lactose compared to other GOOD START milk-based infant formulas.​

ǁIngredients not genetically engineered.


1 Czerkies L, et al. J Pediatr Health and Nutr. 2019;1(1):19-26. ​

2 ADA/DC. J Am Diet Assoc. 2007;107:1599-1611​

3 Storm H, et al. Glob Pediatr Health. 2019;6:1-10. ​

4 Bode L, et al. Glycobiology. 2012;22(2):1147-1162.  ​

5 Goehring K, et al. PLoS One. 2016;146(12):2559-2566.

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