Breastfeeding moms appreciate the jelly-like consistency that isn't too thick and goes on smoothly. Most women praise this product for how well it helps with pain and discomfort. A little goes a long way. We love that it's made with certified organic ingredients.
It can stain clothes; use breast pads in order to avoid this.
Users love that this smooth, non-irritating nipple butter is a good value for its cost. Has no offensive odor – just a faint cocoa scent. It stands out for being moisturizing and soothing. Easy to apply.
Although most women felt the product worked well for issues like cracks and soreness, extreme nipple issues may require a stronger product.
Many customers love that this is pure lanolin. Praised for providing immediate relief. It also tends to stay on longer than some other products, and it stands out for being very protective (holding up well against moisture and water).
It has a thicker consistency than some other products, and can be a bit difficult to get out of the tube.
Users give this butter top marks for how soothing and moisturizing it is. Earns high praise for how well it helps with chafing, cracking, and even blisters. It also stands out for going on smoothly like a balm instead of being stiff or sticky.
Some users found that the product became slightly grainy when exposed to fluctuating temperatures.
Users love that this product is made with safe and natural ingredients. Many breastfeeding mothers report their babies did not have an aversion to it. It gets top marks for helping with soreness and irritation. Made entirely of food-grade ingredients.
The consistency tends to be slightly grainy compared to similar products.
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Nipple butters are soothing creams designed for breastfeeding moms experiencing discomfort in the nipple area. Feeding and nourishing babies via the breast takes a toll on that area of the body. Skin dries outs and becomes chafed and cracked. Applying nipple butter moisturizes and helps reduce any pain and irritation. Products of this sort are safe to use when breastfeeding. Butters are available in different consistencies from balms to jelly-like formulas. Preference will dictate your pick. A small amount goes a long way. Unscented varieties are available for those who don’t respond well to scented products.