Similac Advance with Omega-3 & Omega-6 Formula For Newborns

Similac Advance

The ONLY formula containing Galactooligosaccharides (GOS) & Lutein

Available in a hassle-free package,
designed with moms, for moms.


†Excluding inherent sources

About the Product

We realize that when it comes to your baby, it can be difficult to know what brand to trust.

In the 2014 BrandSpark nationwide Shopper Study, Similac was voted Canada’s #1 most trusted baby formula brand**.

With Similac Advance Omega 3 & 6, you can trust that you are giving your baby our closest formula ever to breastmilk to support her healthy development. It is the only formula containing Galactooligosaccharides and Lutein, a nutrient babies can only get from breastmilk or Similac Advance.

Galactooligosaccharides (GOS)

Why are galactooligosaccharides important?

Your baby's gut relies on millions of good bacteria to support digestive health.

Galactooligosaccharides act like food for the beneficial bacteria in your baby's intestinal tract and may help them grow and thrive. Galactoologosaccharides also help promote softer stools similar to breastfed babies.


Why is lutein important?

Your baby first year of life is a critical time for brain and eye development. Lutein is naturally found in breast milk and highly concentrated in the eye and works in 2 ways:

  1. It absorbs potentially damaging light
  2. May protect against oxidative damage in the eye.

Until your baby’s diet includes foods like leafy greens, corn and eggs, he can only get lutein from breast milk or Similac Advance and Similac Go & Grow with Omega-3 & 6.

Key Features

Similac Advance with Omega-3 and Omega-6 SimplePac
Similac SimplePac

  • Contains 4 grams per litre of galactooligosaccharides (GOS).
  • Contains Omega-3 and Omega-6 to support the normal development of the brain and eyes
  • Contains lutein.
  • Tummy friendly and easy to digest#
  • No palm olein oil
  • Gluten-free
  • Kosher
  • Contains a patented blend of nucleotides, designed to be similar to breast milk (72 mg per litre).

Formula Types

Similac Advance Powdered Formula For Babies


658-g SimplePac

Similac Advance Concentrated Liquid Baby Formula

Concentrated Liquid

385-mL cans, 12/case


  • 59-mL plastic bottles, 8/case
  • 235-mL cans, 6/case
  • 235-mL cans, 12/case
  • 945-mL plastic bottles with resealable caps

‡Prior to the introduction of solid foods
§Excluding inherent sources
†Like all infant formulas.
** Voted most trusted brand in the Baby Formula Category, by Canadian shoppers based on the 2014 BrandSpark Canadian Shopper Study.

Formula preparation instructions

General Information

  1. Use as directed by your physician.
  2. Wash your hands before preparing the baby formula.
  3. Always wash the top of the baby formula can before opening it.
  4. Check the instructions carefully when you prepare infant formula.
  5. Refer to product label for complete preparation instructions.

Warning: NEVER use a microwave oven to prepare or warm baby formula. Serious burns can result.

Powder. Add water.

Concentrate. Add water.

Ready-to-Use. Do not add water.

Recommended Storage Guidelines for Abbott Nutrition Pediatric Products


Ready to use and concentrated liquid

  • Most desirable†: between 13°C and 24°C.
  • Acceptable: between 0°C and 35°C.
  • Do not freeze – freezing can render liquid products unusable.

Prolonged exposure to temperatures below 0°C or direct heat above 35°C could affect the physical consistency of the product and consequently could also affect its appearance, flavour, and other sensory attributes. Product is sterile and should remain of sound nutritional quality.


  • Store in dry, cool area
  • Do not refrigerate


Ready to use

  • After opening, cover, refrigerate and use within 48 hours.

Concentrated Liquid

  • Open can (undiluted formula): cover, refrigerate and use within 48 hours.
  • Prepare as per label.
  • Pour into individual feeding bottles or cups, cover and store in refrigerator.
  • Use prepared formula within 48 hours.


  • Prepare as per label.
  • Pour into individual feeding bottles or cups, cover and store in refrigerator.
  • Use within 24 hours.
  • Cover opened containers after each use.
  • Use product within 1 month of opening container.

If ready to use, undiluted or prepared formula is left at room temperature, it should be used within 2 hours.1,2

Infant formula

  • Dispose of any product remaining in the bottle within 1 hour from beginning of feed (first time baby's mouth comes into contact with nipple).
  • Do not reuse 59 mL (2 oz) plastic bottles.


  • To assure the highest quality, use the formula by the date shown on the product.
  • The vitamin content and the physical stability of the product cannot be guaranteed beyond the "Use By" date because both may degrade with time.


  • Never use a microwave oven to warm formula; serious burns can result.


  1. Canadian Food Inspection Agency website ( Safe Food Storage (P0234E-01). September 2001.
  2. Health Canada website ( December 2007. American Dietetic Association: Infant Feedings: Guidelines for Preparation of Formula and Breast milk in Health Care Facilities. Chicago: American Dietetic Association, 2004. Campbell SM: Preventing Microbial Contamination of Enteral Formulas and Delivery Systems. Columbus, Ohio: Ross Products Division, Abbott Laboratories, 2003. Lemons PK: Breast milk and the hospitalized infant: Guideline for practice. Neonatal Network 2001;20(7):47-52.

† For highest quality product.