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The Truth About Simethicone Gas Drops VS Gripe Water

The Truth About Simethicone Gas Drops VS Gripe Water

As a parent, there is little that is more stressful than a seemingly inconsolable baby. And when it's caused by gas or colic, sorting through the number of products claiming to help can be a bit overwhelming. Some swear by gripe water, others by gas drops. We believe that every baby is different and want to provide you with multiple options so you can find the safe, gentle solution that works for YOUR baby.

Gripe Water

Gripe Water contains bicarbonate and natural herbal ingredients, such as ginger and fennel, which work together to calm hiccups, soothe upset tummies, and help ease the symptoms of colic quickly. Mommy’s Bliss is NSF Certified, is the #1 selling Gripe Water, and has been used by millions of parents to relieve distressed infants.

Gas Relief Drops

Mommy’s Bliss Gas Relief Drops provide safe & effective relief from gas and work in just minutes! Made with simethicone, Gas Relief Drops to decrease the surface tension of gas bubbles, causing them to combine into larger bubbles in the stomach that can be passed more easily, helping the baby pass gas and feel nearly instant relief from that full, bloated feeling. Mommy's Bliss Gas Relief Drops can safely be used in conjunction with our Gripe Water products. The two products together can be especially useful to babies who have been crying incessantly. The Gas Relief drops help baby to burp up all the churned-up air in the stomach from bouts of crying. Gripe Water likewise aids burping and helps soothe baby’s tummy distress with the ginger and fennel ingredients. The two together relieve gas pains and provide lasting relief by soothing the baby’s tummy. Not sure if gas or colic are causing your baby's fussiness? Here are a few signs:

Your baby might be gassy if he...

  • Pulls his legs toward his body
  • Cries after feeding
  • Spits up frequently
  • Has a bloated belly

Your baby may have colic if he...

  • Cries for no apparent reason
  • Cries around the same time everyday
  • Cries for at least 3 hours a day, for at least 3 days a week, for at least 3 weeks
  • Also exhibits signs of gas
Looking for additional tips & techniques to ease your baby's tummy troubles? Here are some natural remedies for gas & colic.

This site is intended for informational purposes only and does not provide medical advice. Please consult your physician or other health-care professional.

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