Little D3 Drops To Come With Marked Graduated Dropper
(EMAILWIRE.COM, March 09, 2015 ) Beaverton, OR -- Liddle Ones continues to listen to its customers and respond to feedback ensuring that their product offering is improved wherever and whenever possible.
Liddle Ones deliberately chose a Traditional bulb dropper over the newer Eurodropper for a multitude of reasons including fast and accurate dosing. The traditional bulb dropper also allows for the Vitamin Little D3 Drops D to be incorporated into other food or liquid - or even given directly into the mouth.
The current bulb dropper requires the air to be expelled and the dropper then immersed in Little D3 Drops. This technique draws up 0.5mL of liquid, which is the recommended dose for babies and infants up to 12 months of age. Some customers had mentioned that they were not entirely comfortable with not being able to see the exact dose marking on the dropper. This method of air expulsion and liquid drawing is very accurate and has been used by manufacturers of liquid products for many years. There is no cause for concern in relation to measuring the correct dose.
As a result of customer feedback, Liddle Ones has listened to its customers and made the decision to invest in upgrading the current bulb dropper to a graduated bulb dropper thereby ensuring that each and every customer is confident in giving the correct dose. No additional costs will be passed onto the customer.
Liddle Ones continues to refine product offerings by ensuring the best possible product is always available, taking into consideration customer feedback to achieve this. All customer feedback is taken into consideraton when contemplating potential product changes.
About Liddle Ones
Liddle Ones is dedicated to ensuring the highest quality product for the best possible value. The recent release of Little D3 Drops is testament to this guarantee.
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