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Haliborange Mr Men Little Miss Immune Support Blackcurrant Softies 30s

SKU : OTCHALIBMR03|PIP-Code : 3870714|EAN : 5012335113602
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Haliborange Mr Men Little Miss Immune Support Blackcurrant Softies help support your little one's immune defences, even when it is cold.
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Haliborange Mr Men Little Miss Immune Support Blackcurrant Softies

Mr Sneeze comes from a town called Coldland, that as you can imagine is very cold. Haliborange Mr Men Little Miss Immune Support Blackcurrant Softies help support your little one's immune defences, even when it is cold. Suitable for children aged three years and over, these lovingly made supplements contain:
  • Vitamin C: Helps Support the immune system.
  • Zinc and Selenium: Contribute to normal function of the immune system.
  • Vitamin B6 and B12: Contribute to normal energy release.
Children over three years of age: take one softie per day. We know adults also love the taste so you can take up to three softies a day.
Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Water, Gelatin, Vitamin C, Sweetener: Sorbitol; Flavour: Blackcurrant (0.5%); Colours: Carmine Prep. (Carmines, Potassium Hydroxide, Citric Acid), Vegetable Carbon Paste (Vegetable Carbon, Glycerol, Hydroxypropylmethyl Cellulose), Zinc Citrate, Selenium-Enriched Yeast, Glazing Agents: Triglycerides of Fatty Acids, Carnauba Wax; Vitamin B12 Prep. (Maltodextrin, Vitamin B12), Vitamin B6.
Average ValuesPer 1 Immune Softie% NRV
Vitamin C80mg100
Vitamin B60.3mg20
Vitamin B120.5μg20
Zinc2mg20
Selenium11μg20
  • Do not exceed the recommended intake.
  • Women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy should consult their doctor before taking vitamin and mineral supplements.
  • Food supplements are intended to supplement the diet and should not be regarded as a substitute for a varied diet and healthy lifestyle.
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