Use on sore, cracked nursing nipples to soften and heal skin, and relieve pain. This creamy salve goes on easily, and all ingredients are safe for ingestion. Nipple Cream also serves as an excellent diaper rash ointment.
what parents are saying
The smell was a bit off-putting but it did work to relief discomfort. After a while I couldn't handle the smell and had to shower it off. (May 16, 2017)
A 100% certified organic solution for the far-too-common issue of nipples that are sore and cracked from breastfeeding. Many weeSpring moms prefer this super soft herbal salve to other thicker creams and love that it does triple duty as a cream for chapped skin and diaper rash, too.
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Great reviews lead me to buy a lot of this. It is a nice moisturizer but it doesn't protect the way lanolin does. I didn't use it. Coconut oil would be a similar choice at a cheaper price.
May 23, 2019
This is perfect nipple cream. It's not too greasy, and it works well. A little goes a long way, which means this product lasts a long time. It's all natural. The smell is pleasant compared to others.
Oct 08, 2018
If you need nipple balm, this stuff is very gentle. I personally found that using breastmilk and letting my nipples dry worked much better than any creams. I would wait until baby is born to buy.
Feb 22, 2018
Never used the Lansinoh kind--started this in the hospital and the LC nurse approved it as good for both me and baby. Baby never minded the taste and it definitely support nipple health early on.
Dec 23, 2017
I use this when I am not using lanolin and it's wonderful. I LOVE I did not have to wash off before nursing. The first couple weeks are exhausting and one less thing to do before a feed is a lifesaver
Nov 07, 2017
A lifesaver. I was allergic to lanolin (found out the hard way) and luckily had this on hand. So soothing. Excellent customer service; the cap broke and the company sent me some extra caps for free.
Mar 08, 2017