Pure lanolin is odorless, tasteless and safe for babies, so there's no need to wash it off before feeding. Earns high praise for its speedy results; soothes almost instantly and heals cracked skin in a matter of days. It's a thicker formula, so it stays in place well to soothe and heal. Works on chapped lips as well. Slim squeeze tube is ideal for one-handed use.
Not suitable for those with lanolin allergies. Somewhat thick, but spreads easily enough after being warmed up by rubbing between fingers.
Made from 100% lanolin. Hydrates, soothes, and protects dry, cracked skin. Safe for babies and doesn't need to be removed before feeding. Compared to thicker nipple creams, this is easier to spread. Free of additives, preservatives and fragrance. Works well for chapped lips and dry skin, too.
Some reviewers felt this cream was a bit too sticky. Squeezing it out of the tube can take a bit of muscle. Not ideal for those with lanolin allergies.
USDA-certified organic. Packed with nourishing ingredients, including olive oil, cocoa butter, shea butter, beeswax, and calendula. Soothes, heals, and protects. Doesn't need to be wiped or washed off before feeding. Works like magic on dry skin, chapped lips and irritated bottoms as well. One small jar lasts for months.
Not everyone is a fan of the subtle, natural cocoa butter scent. Needs to be warmed up between two fingers before applying. Some buyers weren't impressed by the packaging.
Plant-based formula contains no animal byproducts, making this a great option for vegan moms. Chock-full of nourishing ingredients, like shea butter, avocado oil, olive oil and cocoa butter. Thick, but easy to apply. Soothing and hydrating. Doesn't need to be wiped off before feeding. Great for chapped lips and general skin irritation.
Doesn't seem to be as effective on cracked nipples and severely irritated skin. Difficult to squeeze out of the tube. Some reviewers complained of a grainy texture.
Made with 100% USDA certified organic ingredients. Contains nourishing coconut oil and shea butter, as well as soothing calendula flower extract. Odorless and has no taste. Boasts a lightweight silky consistency that's incredibly easy to apply. Some users stated that it helped reduce painful, chapped skin in as little as one day. It has no taste or smell, so you don't need to remove it before feeding.
Jar can be tricky to handle when you're juggling a baby. A few users felt that a tube would've been more sanitary. Gets absorbed quite quickly and requires frequent reapplication.
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