Breast Feeding Nipple Cream
This breastfeeding balm uses only the finest ingredients.
Coconut oil that is edible, it also protects against thrush and contains the same medium-chain fatty acids as breastmilk.
It’s easily absorbed and good for your skin.
Cocoa butter is also typically edible and is thick and forms a protective barrier to help sore nipples. Beeswax helps to solidify it all together.
Since this balm is essentially ingested by a nursing baby, I made sure to use ingredients that are safe, natural, and have a low chance of allergic reaction. For this reason, I decided not to use almond oil because it has a small chance of allergic reaction. I also didn’t use any essential oils in this recipe as I have concerns about ingesting them even as an adult and never use them on babies.
It’s isn't something that is necessary.
This will come in a plastic jar with a lid. The summer heat and shipping will cause the metal to melt and make a mess.
Use a small amount after each nursing to protect, heal and nourish your nipples.
**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using this product.