What is the number one product we recommend for breastfeeding mamas? Nipple Butter!
The Earth Mama Angel Baby Nipple Butter will be your saving grace during the first few weeks of breastfeeding.
We hear from countless mamas and their friends and family members how AMAZING this nipple butter truly is.
I can attest to it myself. After using standard Lansinoh for my first two children and switching to the Earth Mama nipple butter with my last two children, I was forever converted. I had less overall pain and discomfort with this nipple butter compared to other brands and types.
Comforting, soothing Natural Nipple Butter herbal breastfeeding nipple cream is clinically tested, calendula rich, lanolin-free and non-sticky.
Some have concerns about wool allergies and pesticide exposure since lanolin is the sebum from sheep’s wool, so Natural Nipple Butter was formulated with that in mind.
Moisturizes nipples and dry skin naturally with a buttery smooth organic plant based blend. For mama and baby, no need to wash it off before nursing! It’s the first Non-GMO Project Verified Nipple Cream, and made with Organic Calendula and Oils.
I love that you can use this nipple butter for pretty much any skin problem! Apply after each feeding or as needed on lips, cheeks, heels, cuticles and elbows and liberally on flanges to help make pumping more comfortable. Use it as a bum cream for babe when you run out of Baby Balm Jamin was even using this in the winter for his eczema. He said it was the best cream out of all the ones he tried - that says something!
We get asked this question once in a while. Why are there little white specks in my Natural Nipple Butter?
Those pearl-like bits are natural plant butters, which solidify when they get cold. There is nothing wrong with the product and it is actually a good sign that a company is using natural ingredients! They will melt in your fingers and be as effective as ever.
Rated ONE on the EWG’s Skin Deep Cosmetics Database, the lowest hazard rating a product can achieve. Do you know about the EWG? They rate skin products based on toxicity and hazardness. A rating of 0-3 is considered low and a rating of 7-10 is considered high. In our shop and family, we avoid all products that are not a low rating and typically carry only products with a 0 or 1 rating! Be sure to check out other products in your home and purse.