Lanolin Free Nipple Cream
Nursing Mama: Natural Calendula Nipple Cream Soothe and heal, naturally.
Lanolin-free and specially formulated to soothe and heal dry, cracked nipples. Safe for baby, no need to wash off before nursing.
Comes in a 2oz jar.
Specially formulated to soothe and heal dry, cracked nipples, Nursing Mama Nipple Cream is infused with calendula oil for all-natural healing without lanolin. There is no need to wash off before breastfeeding, and it’s completely safe for baby.
TO USE: Apply as needed to soothe, heal and protect dry, chapped or chaffed nipples. No need to wash off before nursing. What I’m Made Of Olea europaea (Extra Virgin Organic Olive) oil*, Cocos nucifera (Extra Virgin Organic Coconut) oil*, Organic Beeswax*, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) plant oil, Calendula officinalis (Calendula) oil. *Certified Organic ingredient Why I’m Great The first few weeks of breastfeeding are tough - even if this is not your first time breastfeeding, a gap between children will cause your nipples to be sore and painful again in the beginning.
Many women will stop breastfeeding at this point, because it is just too painful to get through. Having a powerful, strong-acting cream or balm on your nipples throughout this transition period can mean all the difference in reaching your breastfeeding goals. Many products out there are either lanolin or petroleum based - both of which are not safe for baby, meaning you have to wash the product off before you nurse - leaving less time to heal and protect the nipples. Nursing Mama Nipple Cream has no chemicals, and only uses safe ingredients that don’t need to be wiped off allowing you more time to heal. Hang in there, brave mama - you’ve got this!
Did You Know?
How much metabolic energy breastfeeding uses a day? The equivalent of walking 7 miles! Whew. You go, mama. What side produces more milk? Interestingly, 75% of women produce more milk on their right side, even if left-handed. What US States have the highest breastfeeding rate? According to the CDC, as of 2011 CA, WA, and OR have the highest rates.