I have been breastfeeding Gracelyn for almost 2 years now and one thing still rings true, nipple cream is a must have. I have definitely gone through many different trial and error sessions trying to find the perfect one. It’s taken a bit but, I was able to find my holy grail and now I have to share it with you!
Lansinoh Organic Nipple Balm is my number one must have product for breastfeeding moms. Whether you are pumping or feeding straight from the breast one thing is for sure, dry cracked nipples happen and they happen often. The Lansinoh Organic Nipple Balm is 100% USDA Certified Organic and is not only safe for mom but also for baby! You don’t have to wipe off the cream before putting baby to breast as it is safe for baby since there is no taste, smell or color.
The plant-based remedy is rich in nutrients, organic organ and coconut oils that help moisturize and soothe tender nipples. Especially when you are feeding a newborn, this will come in handy beyond belief as they tend to nurse more during that time. And trust me, I know because Gracelyn was also tongue and lip tied during her first 9 months of breastfeeding and my nipples felt like they were being beaten up with shards of glass. During that time, only the nipple balm was able to help cool them down.
It is free of additives and preservatives so it’s okay for even the sensitive of skinned babies and I have probably the most sensitive skinned baby on all of the planet. Gracelyn breaks out at the drop of a hat from anything but when I use the nipple cream, she doesn’t break out around her mouth. It’s so hard to find one that didn’t do that to her so when I found the Lansinoh Organic Nipple Balm and it’s didn’t, I instantly breathed a sigh of relief. One for her and one for myself because I was in such pain at the time.
You can now pick up this amazing product in your local Target and trust me, you’re gonna want it! Even though Gracelyn is almost 2, I still have to reach for it more often than not because she goes through spurts where all she wants is her momma milk or “boob” as she calls it.