What is colostrum?

Baby's first superfood.

Colostrum is a fluid, packed with nutrients and antibodies, produced by your breasts up to the first few days after birth. 

It is highly concentrated, so your baby will only need a small amount at each feed.

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How is colostrum collected?

Colostrum is expressed by hand. A mechanical breast pump has too many surfaces for the colostrum to stick to.

The droplets can be quite tiny. 

Colostrum can be collected two to three times each day in the same syringe.

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How is colostrum stored?

You will need to store the colostrum syringe in the fridge between uses.

At the end of the collecting day, the colostrum can be frozen. 

Note the date of expression before putting into the freezer.

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Order 2ml colostrum collection and storage kits

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14 day colostrum collection and storage kit

Colostrum collector 2ml with sterile cap
  • Individually wrapped syringes and caps
  • For collection and storage of colostrum
  • Clear polypropylene body
  • Elastomer seal
  • Large highly visible polypropylene cap
  • Latex free
  • Supplied with 14x zip lock bags
  • Fridge and freezer safe
  • 2ml capacity
  • Colostrum collecters/syringes are not feeding devices. Feed by spoon or medicine dropper.
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21 day colostrum collection and storage kit

Colostrum syringe 2ml sterile
  • Individually wrapped syringes and caps
  • For collection and storage of colostrum
  • Clear polypropylene body
  • Elastomer seal
  • Large highly visible polypropylene cap
  • Latex free
  • Supplied with 21x zip lock bags
  • Fridge and freezer safe
  • 2ml capacity
  • Colostrum collecters/syringes are not feeding devices. Feed by spoon or medicine dropper.
£12.49 - Add to shopping cart