Frequently Asked Questions

The intestine is our largest immune organ1. By adding probiotics to infants and toddlers every day, it can increase the number of beneficial bacteria in the intestines, inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, help balancing intestinal micro-ecology, promote food digestion and nutrient absorption, enable infants and toddlers to grow healthier2-3.

A:  2’-FL is the most abundant human milk oligossacharide (HMO), which provides protection and support for immune function4.

A:  There is no added preservatives, artificial colors, added flavors and sweeteners in the product.

For Biostime Infant Probiotics with Vitamin D, it is suitable for infants from 3 months onwards. Please use as directed by a healthcare professional for infants below 3 months.

For Biostime with 2’-FL (HMO), it is suitable for children from 12 months to 7 years old.

We recommend consuming one sachet (1.5g) a day.

We recommend adding 1 sachet to liquid food or beverage (below 37°c) and mix well, or as directed by healthcare professional. It can be consumed with lukewarm water, mixed well in milk, juice or other food.

A:  Store below 25oC in cool, dry place. No refrigeration needed. Once each sachet is opened, immediate consumption is highly recommended.

A :  Yes, it is a food supplement and suitable for daily use for children.

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Regular consumption of probiotics helps to enhance immunity and support good digestive health. Studies have also shown that daily supplementation decreases the risk of occurrence of common infections and limits the risk of school day loss in children5.

A :   Biostime Probiotics is manufactured in France.

A:It is available at Watsons. For further information, please write to

A:It is available at selected ecommerce channels, and medical professionals. For further information, please write to


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