Support to your baby’s immune system from the very first days of her life.
The immune system
Children develop the ability to defend themselves against bacteria and viruses as they grow, so especially in the first years of life their immune system must be supported to counteract the recurrence of winter flu episodes that cause fever, cold, sore throat and cough.
Every age has its defence with Buona Difesa
Our goal has always been to provide products capable of supporting the immune system of the specific age groups, not only through the identification of substances and vitamins supported by scientific evidence but also by developing different types of formulations such as drops, vials, syrups and soft capsules.
Prevention and treatment
Our products, administered according to set dosage schedules and just before the beginning of autumn, carry out prevention with the aim of reducing the number of flu episodes. Furthermore, several products can also be used during the acute phase to control symptoms such as sore throat and cough.
Specific formulas for every age
Every product of the Buona Difesa line is specific for a given age bracket, in terms of type of formula (drops, vial, syrup) as well as the specific combination of active ingredients it contains. For the littlest ones we offer the formulation in drops based on lactoferrin and vitamin D, while for older children we offer vials and syrup based on titrated and standardised herbal extracts.
Immune system support
An inefficient immune system, together with risk factors such as early schooling, pollution and passive smoking, expose the child to the risk of falling ill frequently during the autumn and winter, leading to an increase in the use of medicines, more school absences and parental leave from work.
Sore throat and cough
Sore throat and cough are common symptoms in flu-like syndromes. In addition to the inflammatory aspect, a sore throat may also cause pain and difficulty swallowing. Cough is a consequence of the inflammation of the upper respiratory tract and might be dry, without mucus production, or evolve into a productive cough.