Lansinoh, who has been supporting breastfeeding mums for over 35 years, has launched a new nipple balm which is certified USDA* organic and is free from additives and preservatives.
The balm features only seven ingredients, all of which are organic. The organic ingredients include Sunflower Seed Oil and Shea Butter to moisturise and nourish the skin, Olive Fruit Oil to cleanse, Calendula Flower Oil to keep skin smooth, and Argan, Coconut Oil and Beeswax to help soothe tender nipples and dry skin.
The natural, plant-based remedy has been handcrafted to care for breastfeeding mums, as well as for use as a preparation balm for mums-to-be who want to prepare their nipples for breastfeeding.
It can also be used during pregnancy to help relieve dry, stretching skin. The balm is easy to apply and is gentle on sensitive skin, helping to moisturise and restore natural softness. Because of the natural and organic properties, there is no reason to remove it before breastfeeding.
The Organic Nipple Balm is perfect for mums-to-be to prepare for their breastfeeding journey, to help to moisturise the skin and restore natural softness ahead of beginning to breastfeed their baby. The balm can also be used by mums who are currently breastfeeding to maintain soft and healthy skin, or alternatively, Lansinoh’s HPA Lanolin Nipple Cream can be used if nipples are sore and cracked, to soothe and protect. The balm has been dermatologically tested and helps to moisturise the skin and restore natural softness, whilst also being soy and gluten free.
Lansinoh Organic Nipple Balm costs £16.99 and is available to buy online.
All breastfeeding journeys are different, but by expanding its range of products, Lansinoh hope to support mums through their unique journey.
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*USDA certified organic foods are grown and processed according to federal guidelines addressing, among many factors, soil quality, animal raising practices, pest and weed control, and use of additives. Organic producers rely on natural substances and physical, mechanical, or biologically based farming methods to the fullest extent possible. Produce can be called organic if it’s certified to have grown on soil that had no prohibited substances applied for three years prior to harvest.