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Product Description

Enfamil Tri-Vi-Sol with Iron provides an excellent source of vitamins A, C and D for infants and children who are exclusively or partially breastfed.

Founded over 100 years ago by Edward Mead Johnson, one of the original founders of Johnson and Johnson, the Mead Johnson company produces more than 70 different products that are distributed in over 50 countries worldwide. Mead Johnson produces baby formula, vitamin and specialty nutritional supplements including Enfamil. Introduced in 1959, Enfamil baby formula has undergone several significant changes since it was invented. Each change brings Enfamil baby formula nutritionally closer to breast milk.

Edward Mead founded Mead Johnson because he wanted to make products to help people live healthier lives. After much research, Edward Mead and his son Lambert discovered a way to manufacture nutrient-rich baby food formula for infants who didnt have access to breast milk. This eventually became Enfamil baby formula.

Mead Johnson's global operations center and U.S. regional office is located in Evansville, Indiana.

Features

  • Vitamin A helps keep skin and mucous membranes healthy
  • Vitamin C promotes healthy connective tissue development
  • Vitamin D is necessary to build strong bones
  • Sugar-free
  • Lactose-free

Additional Info

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300870403032

3032

0.2 pounds

4.6 x 2.7 x 1.8

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Average Customer Rating:

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Mead JohnsonEnfamil Tri Vi Sol Drops
 
3.5

(based on 29 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (5)

71%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Keeps well (12)
  • No constipation (10)
  • Mixes easily (7)
  • Tasty (6)
  • Easy to use (5)

Cons

  • Stains (10)
  • Bad flavor (6)

Best Uses

  • Infants (19)
  • Newborn (15)
  • Daily use (5)
  • Toddler (5)
  • Preemies (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • First time parent (16), Parent of two or more children (6), First time user (3), Medical professional (3)

Most Helpful Positive Review

 

We like it!

Got this as a sample from my OBGYN before my babe was born. Read up on ingredients and why it's necessary. I was shocked to find out that they can't get enough Vitamin D...Read complete review

Got this as a sample from my OBGYN before my babe was born. Read up on ingredients and why it's necessary. I was shocked to find out that they can't get enough Vitamin D from BM. My babe wasnt thrilled by the taste at first but enjoys it now. I mix it in w his fruit or rice creal now. Not the best smelling and does stain but what vitamin smells or tastes great. Glad I've been using it almost since he was new and have recommended it to friends.

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Most Helpful Critical Review

 

Why have artificial color at all?

My question is what type of caramel coloring is used ?

Current federal regulations allow four types of caramel coloring: two of which are made with ammonia: Caramel III and Caramel...Read complete review

My question is what type of caramel coloring is used ?

Current federal regulations allow four types of caramel coloring: two of which are made with ammonia: Caramel III and Caramel IV.

Caramel III is made with ammonia but not sulfites and Caramel IV is made with ammonia and sulfites. Both of these have been implicated in causing cancer in lab animals.

The label does not disclose which type is being used. I find this both unfortunate and suspicious. Even more so since the artificial color is completely unnecessary.

What type of Caramel food coloring is present in this product? The ingredients only list "caramel color".

Until I find out more I am returning the TriViSol we purchased. I'm not taking any chances with my baby.

Aside from my concern it seems to be a good product, our EBF baby eats it up no problem, but he's seen the last of it until I find out more about the above.

For full disclosure I am a medical doctor.

Reviewed by 29 customers

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3.0

Expired

By Ginger

from Butler, PA

About Me First Time Parent

Pros

  • Keeps Well

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Infants
    • Newborn
    • Preemies
    • Toddlers

    Comments about Mead Johnson Enfamil Tri Vi Sol Drops:

    I love this product, however I just purchased another bottle and it expired 30 days ago. Exp 01 APR 14 Lot 133298A. Why am I being sold expired products?

    Comment on this review

     
    3.0

    different nutrient facts same size

    By giang

    from Scottsdale, AZ

    About Me Parent of Two or More Children

    Pros

      Cons

      • Confused

      Best Uses

        Comments about Mead Johnson Enfamil Tri Vi Sol Drops:

        I bought multiple of this products both online and at store Walmart. For some reason online shipped the items with different nutrient facts than those at store. Vitamin A in one item is 750 UI, and the other is 1500 UI. They both have the same UPC code as well as exp date. So can you explain why you have different nutrient facts for the same product? Will that affect the amount use per day?

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        4.0

        Much better than the poly vi sol drops!!

        By AP1988

        from Nashua, NH

        About Me First Time Parent

        See all my reviews

        Pros

        • Better Tasting
        • Easily Administered
        • Keeps Well

        Cons

        • Stains

        Best Uses

        • Infants

        Comments about Mead Johnson Enfamil Tri Vi Sol Drops:

        I bought these for my daughter because she is exclusively breast fed and the doctor recommended it. She does not love the taste but tolerates it. We recently tried the poly vi sol drops because the store was out of these. Big mistake. They have such a horrible taste that my daughter gagged and spit them back up so we will be switching back to these. I would definitely recommend them over the other kind to parents of breast fed babies as they taste better and still give the baby the vitamins they need.

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        5.0

        Good Product! No complaints!

        By Lea

        from St Paul, MN

        About Me First Time Parent

        Pros

        • Keeps Well
        • Mixes Easily
        • No Constipation

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Infants
          • Newborn

          Comments about Mead Johnson Enfamil Tri Vi Sol Drops:

          Product works great! I read the reviews about the staining so I giver her the drops in the morning before I feed her and when im changing her clothes so all she has on is a diaper! she takes it well, and I make sure to feed her right after so she doesn't get a tummy ache. no constipation. no problems! she has been on it for 2eeks now per recommendation from her pediatrician since she is EBF. I would recommend this product!

          Comment on this review

           
          5.0

          LOVE IT!!!!!!

          By knowing my daughter stays healthy

          from Miami, FL

          About Me First Time Parent

          Pros

          • Keeps Well
          • Maintains Immunity Up
          • Mixes Easily
          • No Constipation
          • Organic
          • Tasty

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Infants
            • Newborn

            Comments about Mead Johnson Enfamil Tri Vi Sol Drops:

            love this I have a 6 month old and have not gotten sick because of this.

            Comment on this review

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            Where's the iron?

            By FTMel

            from New York

            About Me First Time Parent

            Pros

            • No Constipation

            Cons

            • Poor Taste
            • Stains

            Best Uses

            • Newborn

            Comments about Mead Johnson Enfamil Tri Vi Sol Drops:

            I bought this on the recommendation of our pediatrician who told me breast milk doesn't contain adequate vitamin D and is low in iron. At time of writing, the blurb on the website mentions iron. But I don't see anything in the ingredients or supplement facts regarding iron. Is it just that vitamin C encourages iron absorption?

            Comment on this review

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Loves it!

            By Jen

            from Ohio

            About Me First Time Parent

            Pros

            • No Constipation
            • Tasty

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Infants
              • Newborn

              Comments about Mead Johnson Enfamil Tri Vi Sol Drops:

              My daughter loves how this vitamin taste. She calms down right away when we give it to her. If you run warm water over the stain right away, it comes out.

              Comment on this review

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              1.0

              Gross

              By Choosy Mom

              from Brooklyn, NY

              About Me First Time Parent

              Pros

                Cons

                • Poor Taste
                • Stains

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Mead Johnson Enfamil Tri Vi Sol Drops:

                  I bought this because my pharmacy had a very limited selection of vitamin D supplements for infants, but I stopped using it after three days.

                  I felt terrible putting this in my exclusively breastfed baby's mouth. It smells awful, and the amount necessary to reach the correct dosage is too much. Either I'd have to do it in two drops (one is hard enough), or I could flood his mouth with the stuff and he'd spit half of it out.

                  Which, of course, instantly stained whatever fabric happened to be nearby.

                  I ended up switching to a tasteless, odorless supplement made by another company that only requires a single drop (that can be applied to a real or artificial nipple!)

                  Comment on this review

                   
                  2.0

                  What about that CARAMEL COLOR?

                  By Train Guy

                  from Philadelphia, PA

                  About Me Parent of Two or More Children

                  Pros

                  • Keeps Well

                  Cons

                  • Poor Taste
                  • Stains

                  Best Uses

                  • Infants
                  • Newborn

                  Comments about Mead Johnson Enfamil Tri Vi Sol Drops:

                  Has the formulation changed in recent years? Our first child took this and we had no problems. He's five now, and his new little brother gags and spits it out every time. It permanently stains EVERY piece of clothing it touches. That never happened five years ago. Also, Becky's response to the questions in other reviews about the caramel color didn't answer which type they use. The doctor's comments from 3/2012 worry me a little, and I wish they'd be forthcoming about their ingredients. Does anybody else really care what color the drops are? I sure don't, and I know my newborn doesn't care!

                  Comment on this review

                  (33 of 36 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  3.0

                  Why have artificial color at all?

                  By Concerned Parent

                  from San Diego

                  About Me First Time Parent

                  Pros

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Infants

                      Comments about Mead Johnson Enfamil Tri Vi Sol Drops:

                      My question is what type of caramel coloring is used ?

                      Current federal regulations allow four types of caramel coloring: two of which are made with ammonia: Caramel III and Caramel IV.

                      Caramel III is made with ammonia but not sulfites and Caramel IV is made with ammonia and sulfites. Both of these have been implicated in causing cancer in lab animals.

                      The label does not disclose which type is being used. I find this both unfortunate and suspicious. Even more so since the artificial color is completely unnecessary.

                      What type of Caramel food coloring is present in this product? The ingredients only list "caramel color".

                      Until I find out more I am returning the TriViSol we purchased. I'm not taking any chances with my baby.

                      Aside from my concern it seems to be a good product, our EBF baby eats it up no problem, but he's seen the last of it until I find out more about the above.

                      For full disclosure I am a medical doctor.

                      Comment on this review

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