- Protects the nipples during breastfeeding
- Helps cracked nipples and keeps the skin healthy
- Replenishes the natural skin oils that are lost during breastfeeding
- Doesn’t need to be removed before feeding which gives constant protection
- Has a neutral smell and taste and is harmless when swallowed
Breastfeeding isn’t nipple friendly
Tenderness, soreness and cracks in the skin can all happen to your nipples in the first weeks of breastfeeding. A new-born baby can often find it difficult to find the correct position for latching on correctly which is the main cause of all of those problems. Another cause that is less common knowledge is that when the body is ready for breastfeeding the nipples remain moist for a long time, this may seem like a positive thing, but it softens the skin too much and makes that area much more vulnerable. Breastfeeding can also extract natural fats and lubricants from the skin which can reduce the natural protection that is usually offered by the body’s natural barrier. This can result in dry, cracked, sore, inflamed and even blistered nipples.
Multi-Mam Balm is safe for mother and baby
Multi-Mam uses a selection of natural plant oils to naturally supplement and replenish the skin fats and lubricants that is lost during breast feeding. It nourishes and relieves the already damaged and sore skin, but it also promotes faster healing and reduces the risk of any problems in the future.
The natural ingredients mean that it is completely harmless when swallowed and doesn’t even really taste of anything. This means that you don’t need to clean the balm off the skin with harsh chemicals that can further irritate the skin. Because it can stay on during feeding it offers maximum protection for the nipples.
|Ingredients||Helianthus annuus, butyrospermum parkii, PEG-8 beeswax, squalene, polyglyceryl-3 ricinoleate, propyl gallate|
|Recommended For||Intensive nipple treatment for breastfeeding mothers that have sore, inflammed and painful nipples|
|Included Contents||30ml of Multi-Mam balm|
|Can Be Used With Biofeedback||No|