7Karicare Goat 1
Part of Karicare Goat 4.3 

Karicare Goat 1

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7Karicare Goat 1
4.2

113 reviews

PositivevsNegative
80% · 9015 · 13%

Breastfed Child Yes · No
Easy to PrepareYes · No
Caused Unease / Sickness Yes · No
Value for Money
3.3

Reviews

113 reviews
ABZZ
ABZZ2 posts
  1

Best formula

My son has reflux we tried s26 gold reflux which gave bad colic we tried Novolac colic with milk thickener that also didn’t work with him we then tried Aptamil reflux which gave extreme diarrhoea
This formula is honestly the best one it has changed my sons well being and personality he’s more of a happy baby now
10/10 formula Show details ·  1
coco
cocoPerth, WA5 posts
  1

My review

This goat milk powder is very popular and I think each mum will really like it for their children since it is tasty and good. But it is hard to buy since sold out. Show details
Anna W.
Anna W.Perth, WA3 posts
  1

Made our baby constipated

Switched from karicare cows milk formula to goats milk as my 5 month old was showing signs of allergies. He’s since become very constipated. We’ve tried to “ride it out” with digestive aids (coloxal) to see if it was just the adjustment but couldn’t bear to see him in so much pain. Our happy boy became so uncomfortable and pooping really hurt him. We had a similar experience with him when we tried the cheaper SMA formula we were given by a friend which has a harder to digest casein protein.
Very saddened by this, as it’s been an expensive and distressing trial of the karicare goats milk formula. I can see other parents have had similar issues. Show details
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HonestHoncho
HonestHoncho11 posts
  1

Constipation, includes cows milk

Our baby hated this formula, terrible constipation and stomach issues, also this is false advertising as it has cows milk in the recipe, very poor product. I'm switching to a better brand.
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Kitty53
Kitty53Greater Melbourne (Inner), VIC26 posts
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Best choice when I wasn't able to feed past 4.5 months

BM devotee here who through a multitude of issues was no longer able to feed my 3rd baby BM past 4.5 months. Gentle on her tummy, good ingredients and kept her happy as lomg as she was bottle fed. Thank you for providing such a good quality product. Show details
Rabia Z
Rabia ZGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC83 posts
  1

Amazing for babies

Best for babies as a backup for Bfeeding who had a slight cows milk intolerance.
For infants at high risk of allergy or confirmed mild to moderate cows milk and/ or soy protein allergy. I went through about 4 formulas till I found Karicare soy and it is great. I found Karicare even smelt better! thinner and was heaps better for constipation
Recommended by most pediatrician. Show details
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KtB
KtBPerth, WA4 posts
  1

Miss Leading and False Advertising!

It was recommended that our precious boy has goats milk vs cow due to the protein in goats milk being easier broken down.
Unfortunately after putting our trust in this product I was extremely disappointed to find out that they still put cows milk in this product and then advertise it as goats milk!
Read the ingredients list and my recommendation is buy and support the other brands that do not mislead there valuable customers with there most important newest family members.
I will never use another one of your products again in my life and will ensure that I share my story with as many Mum and Dads.
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Mel
MelGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC7 posts
  1

Good formula if your baby can't handle cow's milk

I was attracted to Karicare Goat's milk formula since bubs wasn't handling cow's milk well. It had minimal ingredients and baby liked the taste. Only downside is that it can have a tendency towards constipating baby. Show details ·  1
Mrs Pace
Mrs PaceSydney, NSW9 posts
  1

Terrible terrible do not buy

The new package they say but they also changed formula of formula, been using one with bear on tin was amazing formula ever then brought the new package and baby was so upset and constipated that I through almost full tin in the bin and had to switch to something else DO NOT BUY IT They made it fatter so you use less ml but no good for babys tummy so unhappy Bub and mum Show details
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JDA
JDASydney, NSW9 posts
  1

Only formula baby likes

My baby has a suspected CMPI but does well on this formula. Gentle on her tummy and bub seems very satisfied with it. Easy to mix with no clumps unlike some formulas. Doesn’t taste too bad either haha. Show details
Emma C
Emma CRichmond-Tweed, NSW
  1

Severe constipation

Switched bub to this formula to help with something gentle on her gassy tummy turned out to be worse. She became so constipated with big dry poo causing a lot of distress. Show details
Yan Z.
Yan Z.ACT5 posts
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It is perfect for a picky baby

It is said that goat milk powder helps the baby to better digest and absorb nutrients and enhance the baby's resistance. Another advantage of goat milk powder is that goat milk powder is not easy to cause allergic reactions in the baby, because goat milk can relieve allergies caused by most milk proteins. Therefore, for a picky eater baby, this is a very good choice, and there is no particularly obvious taste after the milk powder is brewed, the baby likes to drink. Show details
Rit
RitAdelaide9 posts
  1

So far so good

I really didn't want to use formula to feed my bub but wasn't making enough milk so I wanted to at least get something that would be good for my baby.

So far bubs doesn't mind it. He definitely prefers my breastmilk over it but he doesn't reject it. I wanted to make sure it was going to be gentle on his developing belly so went with goat over cows milk. He looks happy and full and generally falls straight asleep.

The formula is really easy to prepare but I would assume other formulas would be as easy. Just water, formula and shake.

I don't know if I will purchase it again yet as I'm hoping my milk increases.

Cha Z
Cha Z3 posts
  1

Gave bub constipation

bought this after reading lots of good reviews about this formula but sadly its not for my bub. shes a very windy baby and colicky it didnt made her feel better everyday i tell myself it will get better but everyday she gets worse and it made her constipated within 3 days her stool became hard causing her to strain worse than ever before! so sad.

Liv
LivVictoria9 posts
  1
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Questions & Answers

Shejuti
Shejuti · Goat 1

We gave our 3 months old karicare+goat 1 , bt he got constipated and windy .

What can I do? Should I try different form of karicare?

Lina G
Lina G · Goat 1

Where can I buy karicare+goat 1? We been in Walmart , superstore and life style but no luck to find it.

benny
benny · Goat 1

hallo i have three years old daughter, can i give karicare goat 3 for her? is it suit for 3 years old? thanks

Svetlanamari
Svetlanamari  

It does say Stage 3 is suitable from 1 year but a 3-year old might need more advanced nutrision..I would give the manufactorer a call, just look it up on the Karicare's website..

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Details

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CategoryBaby FormulasBaby FormulasBaby Formulas
Price (RRP) $35.99$36.49$35.99
AgeInfant (0-6 months)Toddler (1+ year)Follow-On (6-12 Months)
Stage132
Contains Cow's MilkNoNoNo
Contains Goat's MilkYesYesYes
Contains GOS prebioticsNoNoNo
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