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Lansinoh Breastfeeding Salve, 1.41 oz

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  • First I would like to point out that breastfeeding, unlike everyone claims, did not come natural to me. It was a real struggle with my first baby. My baby had serious latching issues and even after meetings with a lactation consultant the issues continued. Luckily the lactation consultant recommended Lansinoh Lanolin Breast Cream. It was a life saver. My breast were so sensitive and sore to the point in which when it was time to nurse i began to dread it. After i began using the lanolin cream there was a huge improvement. It began healing my cracked nipples after a few short uses and made nursing much more comfortable. I used this product around the clock after every single feeding. It was a life saver. After 3 months of nursing my little one finally got the hang of it and I no longer needed to use the cream, but i have to say I don't know if I would have gotten that far without it. The only thing I didn't like about it was that is was thick and quite oily. I had to use breast pads when I used the cream so that it didn't get all over my clothing.

    First I would like to point out that breastfeeding, unlike everyone claims, did not come natural to me. It was a real struggle with my first baby. My baby had serious latching issues and even after meetings with a lactation consultant the issues continued. Luckily the lactation consultant recommended Lansinoh Lanolin Breast Cream. It was a life saver. My breast were so sensitive and sore to the point in which when it was time to nurse i began to dread it. After i began using the lanolin cream there was a huge improvement. It began healing my cracked nipples after a few short uses and made nursing much more comfortable. I used this product around the clock after every single feeding. It was a life saver. After 3 months of nursing my little one finally got the hang of it and I no longer needed to use the cream, but i have to say I don't know if I would have gotten that far without it. The only thing I didn't like about it was that is was thick and quite oily. I had to use breast pads when I used the cream so that it didn't get all over my clothing.

  • I was given a sample of Lansinoh Lanolin Breast Cream when my first child was born. She had difficulty latching, which was very painful for me. The lanolin did a great job of keeping me lubricated and from chapping so badly. But, in addition to the obvious breastfeeding benefits of lanolin, I would like to add other uses. When my little ones get chapped faces or noses from colds, I clean there face really well and apply a little bit of lanolin. Doing that a couple of times a day clears up their skin quickly. And, I don't worry about them rubbing their face and getting it in their mouths or eyes as it is safe for babies. I have also used it on my dry chapped hands and it moisturizes and heals my skin quickly. I keep a tube of it handy, especially during the winter months when skin gets dry and noses get runny. One downside to using it on your face and hands is that it is a little bit greasy and gives your skin a little shine to it.

    I was given a sample of Lansinoh Lanolin Breast Cream when my first child was born. She had difficulty latching, which was very painful for me. The lanolin did a great job of keeping me lubricated and from chapping so badly. But, in addition to the obvious breastfeeding benefits of lanolin, I would like to add other uses. When my little ones get chapped faces or noses from colds, I clean there face really well and apply a little bit of lanolin. Doing that a couple of times a day clears up their skin quickly. And, I don't worry about them rubbing their face and getting it in their mouths or eyes as it is safe for babies. I have also used it on my dry chapped hands and it moisturizes and heals my skin quickly. I keep a tube of it handy, especially during the winter months when skin gets dry and noses get runny. One downside to using it on your face and hands is that it is a little bit greasy and gives your skin a little shine to it.

  • Lansinoh Lanolin Breast Cream is a decent option if you are looking to ease some of the nipple dryness and cracking associated with the beginning stages of breastfeeding. While I do think it is a decent and widely available product, there are a few products available online that I actually prefer over lanolin. My main issue is that it is really thick and quite hard. It is really difficult and can be painful to apply to sore nipples. Also, cleaning it up is quite irritating, it does not come off with ease (which has benefits too). I actually prefer the smoother nipples creams derived from olive oil as opposed to lanolin like "Mother Love Nipple Cream". In fact, just pure olive oil can do the trick. However, I would not hesitate purchasing this product in a moment of desperation if you did not prepare for the normal and temporary problems within the first two weeks of breastfeeding. It is beneficial that most major retailers carry it.

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Lansinoh Lanolin Breast Cream is a decent option if you are looking to ease some of the nipple dryness and cracking associated with the beginning stages of breastfeeding. While I do think it is...