OsteVit-D Vitamin D3 Liquid

OsteVit-D Liquid contains vitamin D3 1000 IU per 0.2mL. It is a convenient way to take vitamin D for those who find swallowing tablets difficult and has a great caramel taste.

OsteVit-D Vitamin D3 Liquid includes a dropper. Use the enclosed dropper to measure your 0.2mL dose.

Free from gluten, yeast, sugar, starch, wheat, soy, egg, shellfish, artificial colours and gelatin.

Available in 50mL.

Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.

KEY009 Ostevit-D Adult Liquid 50mL Carton 2D


  • Enhances calcium absorption
  • Maintains bone density and strength
  • Supports bone health and muscle function
  • Maintains healthy immune system function
  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • Pleasant tasting Caramel flavour
  • Free from gluten, yeast, sugar, starch, wheat, soy, egg, shellfish,
    artificial colours, gelatin
  • Australian owned

Directions for use

Adults and children 12 years of age and over: 0.2mL daily or as directed by your healthcare professional.
For children under 12 years of age: OsteVit-D Vitamin D3 Kids Drops is recommended.

Contains benzoates and sucralose.

Where to buy

The OsteVit-D Range is available for purchase in leading Australian pharmacies.

Super Pharmacy
Chemist Warehouse
Pharmacy 4 Less


What is the best way to take vitamin D for those who have difficulty swallowing a tablet?

OsteVit-D is available in a liquid formulation for adults as well as a children’s formulation with a pleasant butterscotch flavour.

Does the vitamin D in OsteVit-D interact with any medications?

Vitamin D does not interact with any other medications but some prescription medications may cause vitamin D deficiency as they increase the degradation of vitamin D.

Who is at risk of low vitamin D levels?

There are a number of different factors that can increase your risk of having low vitamin D levels such as:

  • People who are less likely to spend time in the sun, such as office workers and shift workers
  • People with darker skin
  • People who wear modest clothes, covering most of their skin
  • People living in aged care facilities
  • Infants if the mother was vitamin D deficient during pregnancy