A nipple balm to relieve pain and chapping until you can get back to sipping on gin and juice.
This nipple balm is ideal for 9 months after you wanted that back rub. Well, here you are, in all your new mom glory, with a newborn who doesn’t always want to latch on and now you have really sore boobs. When your breasts are as irritated as a hungry baby, apply some of this for instant relief. And as a bonus, it is safe to use on your baby as a diaper rash treatment. Everything in this natural nipple cream is safe for both baby and mom. Keep a tin in your diaper bag and a tin in the nursery for easy access any time your boobs are aching. This baby balm contains no artificial colors, fragrances, or preservatives so that both you and baby can feel good about using it and not worry about allergic reactions. Make your boobs as soft as your baby’s bottom with this nipple butter.
Fragrance profile: herbal, floral
Fragrance strength: very low
How much to use: small dollop
How often to use: as needed
When to use: after breastfeeding
How to use: wipe breast dry and apply.
Packaging: 2 ounce tin
Every ingredient has a purpose
- Shea butter locks in hydration
- Coconut oil soothes irritated skin
- Sunflower seed oil provides relief from chapping
- Calendula relieves inflammation
- Just enough besswax to hold it all together. If the calendula salve turns to liquid, just pop it in your fridge to get it to return to a solid state.
Pairs well with:
A good night’s sleep, that back rub that you didn’t get 9 months ago, and a low-ABV IPA so you don’t have to pump and dump.