We have had lots of mamas over the years swear by. It is zero toxin, lanolin-free, and certified organic--and it consistently ranks #1 on the Environmental Working Group’s cosmetic safety database. Natural Nipple Butter moisturizes and protects, and also contains soothing ingredients that help heal trouble spots as mom and baby learn to latch properly.
Do you have Nipple Butter left over? We LOVE it for baby’s chapped cheeks and red nose in the wintertime, for diaper rash, as well as for chapped lips or dry skin anywhere on baby or mama! Safe for baby to eat, there are no worries about applying it liberally anywhere it’s needed. It’s the gift that keeps on giving.
Posted by Lindsay L. on Apr 8th 2016
I'm an OB/GYN nurse practitioner and a mommy. I LOVE this nipple butter (along with the mama bottom balm and spray) for my postpartum essentials. I also recommend them to all my patients and anyone else who's willing to listen :) I learned about them with my first pregnancy last year from a friend and it was legit life changing! I now pay it forward and recommend it to other mommas to be too. Great products! So glad to know about them! THANK YOU! 11-23-2015
Not to get super personal here, but I want to talk about nipple butter. I recently posted about the I downloaded to my iphone which is making that whole process much easier. Something else you might need to adjust to if you are breastfeeding is keeping your sore nipples from feeling like they are shriveling up and being sucked off your body. Am I being gross? I’m sorry. But really, sore and cracked nipples can be a real downer and really put a damper on nourishing your baby in the best way you possibly can.
We are expecting our little baby in November and I was actually searching for a natural nipple butter and was wondering about whether I would need to wash it off before nursing. Your review is therefore extremely helpful and I will order a jar this week. Thanks.