Both Smidge® Sensitive Probiotic capsules and Sensitive Probiotic powder contain the same formula: the same strains in the same ratios.
The capsules contain cellulose and L-leucine, which are required to keep the powder in capsule form. The capsules have 5 billion CFUs per capsule, allowing for easy titration of doses.
The powder does not contain any additional ingredients at all.
The powder contains 6 trillion CFUs per bottle; the capsules contain 600 billion CFUs per bottle. In other words, one bottle of Smidge® Sensitive Probiotic Powder is the equivalent of 10 bottles of capsules. Although the powder costs more upfront, it's more economical in the long run.
Smidge® users choose the capsules for convenience, whether they have a student at university, are travelling, or just want to pop a little pill and run out the door.
For families all using the same probiotic, we recommend Smidge® Sensitive Probiotic Powder, as you can easily individualise the doses with the mini measuring spoon, and because there are more doses of the pure powder.