Friday, 13 July 2012

Lansinoh Nipple Cream Review

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Recently, this product, Lansinoh, has been my best friend and today I would like to talk about it to you. Why, you may ask. Well first, would you like to know what’s been driving me crazy lately? Well, it’s been my ITCHY SORE BREASTS! Yes, yes I know it’s common during pregnancy but please the fact that I feel to cut them off my body isn’t surely normal? And that’s where Lansinoh comes into the story.

:: Lansinoh Nipple Cream, My New Best-Friend ::

Itchy Breasts where one of the symptoms that made me believe I was pregnant before I even took the test & since then which was approximately six months ago, they haven’t stopped being SORE and ITCHING. I’ve tried numerous remedies from Storing chilled cabbage leaves in my bra to certain nipple creams but nothing had helped. A month ago, I had a bright idea (an imaginary bulb appeared on top of my head) “Let me ask the midwife and see if she can recommend something” Wow, you would think I would of that earlier, not six months into my pregnancy! Anyway my lovely midwife recommended I use Lansinoh. She explained how it would help with the soreness and itchiness as well as prepare my breast for breastfeeding. Talk about hitting two birds with one stone!

So, did Lansinoh work? What do you think? I did mention it’s my new found best friend! I’ve been using it daily for about a month now and it’s AMAZING. It stopped the itching and got rid of the soreness after the first few uses and since I started to use it, my breast feel comfortable and NORMAL. Not like Heavy Marble Stones hanging of my body as dead weight.

Lansinoh is 100% pure and natural Lanolin Nipple Cream to help soothe and protect nipples in breast feeding mothers.  The Lanolin is refined using a unique process which makes it the worlds’ safest, purest Lanolin.

Lansinoh comes in a 56g Tube priced at average £8-£10. The packaging and presentation is simple and practical, nothing fancy but not that it needs to be. The tube is small enough to pop into my handbag which is really good for me as due to the weather, I have sudden moments where I need to apply it. The cream itself reminds me of Vaseline, thick, clear and no scent. It’s very easy to apply to skin and gets absorbed very quickly and the best thing about it is that it’s not sticky. After a minute of applying Lansinoh I couldn’t tell that there is something on my breast! I apply it once a day and I don’t feel the need to apply it again throughout the day unless the weather or certain clothes I wear irate my breasts.

I can’t really say much in regards to its breastfeeding benefits until I’m at that stage but for SORENESS and ITCHINESS, Lansinoh is the cream I’d recommend to everyone as it’s instant, quick and practical.

If you would like more information on Lansinoh click HERE to head over to Lansinoh Website and if you’re interested in purchasing it, you can buy it from John Lewis, Boots, Sainsbury’s, Mothercare or maybe even your local pharmacy/chemist.

Well, I hope you find this post informative and helpful. If you use or have used this product, what did you think of it? And if you have any other remedies for SORE and ITCHY breasts please share them with me.

I’m off for now so until next time,

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