For some Mums, breastfeeding can be a challenge; nipples can become sore, cracked & inflamed. That's where our Nursing Balm can help to ease the discomfort and transition for newly breastfeeding Mums.
Nursing Balm combines natural oils and herbs including Calendula, Lavender & Blessed Thistle, traditionally used by breastfeeding mums to moisturise dry, cracked nipples. It can also be used by mums-to-be to promote elasticity to prepare for breastfeeding in the third trimester. Ideal for Mum and Baby, with gentle, all natural ingredients.
Nursing Balm is included in our Mama & Bub Natural Skincare Collection for a unique and thoughtful gift for baby showers and new mamas.
- Natural Ingredients
- Plastic-free packaging
- Free From Petroleum Jelly, Paraffins, Alcohol & Beeswax
- Naturopathically Formulated
- Contains Calendula, Lavender & Blessed Thistle
- Handmade in Melbourne, Australia
- Certified Cruelty-Free (tested on humans, not animals)
How to Use
Apply a small amount to nipple and breast area after feeding and allow time for the balm to be absorbed. Wipe excess residue with a dry cloth before next feed (ingredients are safe if a small amount of residue remains at next feed).
Ideal for use to moisturise breasts during third trimester, and to continue use whilst breast-feeding.
Store below 25 degrees celsius.
Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, *Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) Fruit, *Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax, *Calendula Officinalis (Calendula), *Cnicus Benedictus (Blessed Thistle), *Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender). (*Certified Organic Ingredient)
Shea Butter - Organic & high in Vitamin E, it moisturises skin & glides on like butter.
Calendula & Blessed Thistle - Naturally anti-bacterial & soothing for skin.
Lavender - Traditionally used to soothe Skin.
We only source the highest quality ingredients from organic, sustainable and fair-trade sources wherever possible. Handmade with love in small batches in Melbourne Australia, so we can assure quality and freshness.