my 4 month old boy recently broke out in bad eczema on his face. Its runs in the family so i now use dermaveen products for everything. I was also told that a hypoallergenic formula might help. I already had him on Nestle Nan HA gold 1 and was recommended Novalac Hyperallergenic. Silly me only found out today that the Nestle Nan HA is in fact a hyper allergenic formula. i used the Novalac yesterday and the day before but find that it mixes up funny and sometimes leaves a thick looking paste at the bottom of the bottle so i don't think he is getting the feed he needs from it even though i shake the bottle very well. Does anyone know if they are much the same or is one brand better than the other?
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