The Best Breastfeeding Nipple Cream & Organic Nipple Creams
Nipple sensitivity is normal in the beginning of a breastfeeding
relationship, but cracked broken nipples are often a sign of a bad
latch. If you are struggling to latch your baby on correctly, read more here.
Our Recommended Nipple Creams…
A natural organic nipple cream (breastfeeding cream)
Your own breast milk applied to the area, will keep your nipple supple and will promote healing.
Nipple cream home made. Organic, extra virgin olive oil or coconut oil can be used to protect your nipples during breastfeeding.
Vitamin E oil, Almond oil, Silica, Merigold and Chamomile prevent infection and encourage healing.
Calendula cream helps to heal broken nipples and is safe for a baby to swallow.
The homeopathic remedies called chamomilla and pulsatilla can help heal cracked nipples. Get these creams for nursing at your homeopathic stores.
The best nursing cream on the market…
Lansinoh breast feeding nipple cream.
It is made of the purest lanolin and was developed especially for breastfeeding. It is completely natural, pure and safe.
This lanolin nipple cream is a soothing nipple cream for pain relief, it has healing properties and protection against cracked nipples. Lansinoh breast cream promotes healthy, supple skin.
If you have cracked nipples, it's best to apply a thick layer of lansinoh lanolin cream for maximum benefit.
Breast milk can be applied to your nipple, before applying lanolin creams.
Lansinoh lanolin for breastfeeding does not need to be wiped or rinsed off before breastfeeding. Lanolin Lansinoh breast cream is totally safe for a baby.
Earth Mamma Angel Baby Nipple Butter
This cream is non-sticky and lanolin free, which is perfect for those mothers who are allergic to lanolin.
It is all natural and perfect for sore, broken orblistered nipples.
It is safe for the baby, and does not need to be washed off before nursing.
Can also be used on cradle cap and any rashes found on baby's body.
Does not contain petroleum products, mineral oil, Vitamin E, phthalates or parabens. Naturally vegan and gluten-free.
Do not use harsh soaps on your breasts and nipples.
Pat your breasts dry or let them air dry, do not rub them dry.
Always replace your breast pads as soon as they get wet.