Certain groups in the population do not seem to get enough vitamin D through food. They also do not come out sufficiently to make enough in the skin. Older people in particular are at risk of shortage, as production in the skin decreases with age. But people with dark skin - who produce less vitamin D - also regularly have a deficiency. There are also special groups at risk, such as pregnant women, veiled women and the elderly in nursing and care homes. The use of a dietary supplement is recommended for all these groups.
New Care D3 10mcg oil-based drops has been specially developed for these groups. Depending on your needs, you will get enough vitamin D with just one or two drops per day, without having to swallow tablets or capsules. Another advantage of this oil-based D3 formula is that no additives are added and that the formula is free from allergens.
1 x per day 1 drop (10mcg)
Adults who spend little time outside, have a dark skin color or wear body-covering clothing.
Pregnant women and all women between 50 and 70 years old.
1 x 2 drops per day (20mcg)
Older people from 70 years old.
Use advice for children
These drops can also be used to meet the extra vitamin D requirement for children from 0 to 4 years and children from 4 years of age who do not come out much or have a dark skin color. Then 1 x 1 drop (10mcg) once a day is sufficient.
Do not exceed the recommended dose.
New Care vitamin D drops contains NO propyl gallate (E310)