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Comfi-Mum Feeding Pillow Review

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RRP:
£19.99
Mother&Baby Awards
  • 2018 Shortlisted Best Product for Breastfeeding (excluding breast pumps)
Mother & Baby 2018 Shortlist

At a glance:

We love how soft the Comfi-Mum Feeding Pillow is made from a soft and natural material that is gentle on baby’s skin. With a sleek design to make your life easier, this pillow really stands out from others on the market.

What they say:

“The Comfi-Mum Feeding Pillow has been created with mum and baby at its heart. Designed to fit comfortably around your waist for peaceful feeding times, it effortlessly relieves the pressure from your tummy to your thighs, the bamboo covers and memory foam gently mould to you and your babies delicate shape relieving all important pressure points for a relaxing feed. The silky soft bamboo covers are hypo-allergenic and anti-microbial keeping unwanted germs clean away. The Comfi mum nursing pillow can also be used pre and post-natal by mum for back, knee and sleeping support.”

Tested by mum Sarah Lampard for the Mother & Baby awards 2018:

Would you recommend this to other mums?

I would recommend this feeding pillow because it looks great, I really like the neutral beige colour and grey stars design. It's made from memory foam, which makes it firm and more supportive than other similar feeding pillows, and it comfortably fits around my tummy so I can feed baby in many different positions. It is particularly useful with the ‘rugby ball hold’ position as this makes my arm ache without a pillow.

How did this product make your life easier?

I am breastfeeding my baby and, although she is only tiny, my arm aches after holding her for a while. This feeding pillow makes life easier as it moves her up to my breast, meaning I can rest my arm behind her head or even have my hands free when she is feeding. It also makes a good body support pillow for when she’s just lying on the sofa.

Would you choose this product to win?

I am very impressed with this pillow and I would definitely buy it, the reasonable price reflects the quality, usability and design. I don’t know what else is out there but this product has made our breastfeeding journey a lot easier so far.

What changes would you make to this product?

There is nothing I would change about it, it's been designed with mother and baby in mind and everything about it fits in with our lifestyle. It’s perfect.

Tested by mum Danni Williams for the Mother & Baby awards 2018:

Would you recommend this to other mums?

I would recommend this product to a fellow mum or friend because it makes breastfeeding easier and more comfortable. It’s a lovely design, comes in a handy bag and has a removable cover so you can wash it. I think the price is so reasonable too.

How did this product make your life easier?

I am very pleased with this feeding pillow, it has made my life easier as I can better position baby for a more comfortable latch. He seems to be happier using it and it is also brilliant for winding him after.

Would you choose this product to win?

I think this product should win as it does everything you need and stands out with its lovely design. A huge bonus is also that it has a removable, washable cover.

What changes would you make to this product?

I can’t think of anything I would change!

Tested by mum Connie Ward for the Mother & Baby awards 2018:

Would you recommend this to other mums?

I would recommend this product to other mums as it is a stylish and comfy feeding pillow. Other pillows I have previously used were either too big, a strange shape or not firm enough to hold the baby up. This pillow is perfect for breastfeeding and I will definitely continue to use it. I also like that the cover is removable because it’s easy to wash when baby dribbles everywhere.

How did this product make your life easier?

This product makes my life easier because it has a specially designed shape to fit around your stomach while breast feeding, so the baby can lie comfortably close to the breast. This meant I wasn't holding my baby up, which was great as it often gives me a dead arm. The pillow is made of memory foam so it holds its shape. Personally, I also use this pillow as an aid for my child to sit up as she suffers from reflux. It’s always great when a product has multiple uses.

Would you choose this product to win?

I would definitely pick this product if I was to buy it for myself. I think it should win a Mother & Baby award because I like the subtle pattern, the shape and the soft material it is made from.

What changes would you make to this product?

If I could change one thing about the feeding pillow, it would be to make it available in different sizes. I was lucky that it fit me but it might not be suitable for a slightly larger or slightly smaller woman.

Tested by mum Alice Timson for the Mother & Baby awards 2018:

Would you recommend this to other mums?

I think that the star design on this product is beautifully simple and it also appeals to me as it is a unisex product. My favourite thing about the pillow is that it is made from bamboo, which is soft and gentle on both mine and baby’s skin. The memory foam also makes it really comfortable.

How did this product make your life easier?

The product has provided a safe and comfortable way for my four-year-old daughter to hold and cuddle her little brother, which is amazing. He can lie across the pillow and she supports his head with her arm. There is no need to worry about having to hold him up, as the pillow takes all of his weight. She loves being able to look after him and it means they can get to know each other and make eye contact.

Would you choose this product to win?

I would choose this product over any others, mainly because it is made with bamboo. Babies’ skin is so much more delicate and sensitive than ours, so having soft fabrics is very beneficial. I believe this makes it stand out.

What changes would you make to this product?

I found it very hard to pick it up because the material is so stretchy – perhaps adding a handle would solve this problem?

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