If you’re like me, nursing is the easy part. Getting pregnant, however, comes with its own set of challenges. After all, you’re already dealing with hormones, morning sickness, fatigue, and any number of other challenges. Then, there’s the monumental task of preparing a nursery and outfits for all the babies you’ll soon have. For breastfeeding moms, one challenge, in particular, is finding a good nipple cream that stays in place. Breastfeeding can do wonders for a baby’s immune system and overall health. While breastfeeding is natural, it can be an arduous process, and for many moms it’s tough and they want quick relief. Organic Nipple Butter Breastfeeding Cream is an organic, all natural cream for sore nipples. It is made with organic shea butter, jojoba oil, organic coconut oil, and organic essential oils of peppermint and tea tree. The organic essential oils are gentle, moisturizing, and antibacterial.
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Yes, this is similar to lanolin. I have not use this firsthand, but my daughter uses it for my grand baby. She has used it for scrapes and rashes & seems to clear up rashes after first use. Also a friend uses it for her twin grand babies eczema and is helping with the redness and itching.
I used nursing pads for a long time, but towards the end I didn’t and I don’t remember after washing them there being a stain. But if it does stain your bras this product is well worth it!!!
All natural ingredients and lanolin free! Here are the ingredients:
Olea europaea (organic olive) oil, Theobroma cacao (organic cocoa) seed butter, Butyrospermum parkii (organic shea) butter, Euphorbia cerifera (candelilla) wax, Mangifera indica (mango) butter, Calendula officinalis (organic calendula) flower extract
Yes it does contain beeswax:
– Dermatologist tested and clinically tested for irritation.
– NO petroleum, parabens, or lanolin. … Yes it does contain beeswax:
– Dermatologist tested and clinically tested for irritation.
– NO petroleum, parabens, or lanolin.
– USDA Certified 100% Organic, now contains Organic Beeswax
– The first Non-GMO Project Verified Nipple Cream!Organic Olive (Olea Europaea) Fruit Oil, Organic Beeswax (Cera Flava), Organic Cocoa (Theobroma Cacao) Seed Butter, Organic Shea (Butyrospermum Parkii) Butter, Organic Mango (Mangifera Indica) Seed Butter, Organic Calendula (Calendula Officinalis) Flower Extract
Hi I work with butters and oils and make handmade products. The grainy texture is normal, this is the Shea butter. Shea butter that is raw and unrefined is notorious for creating a bead like grainy texture once it melts and hardens but it is completely fine. It does not affect the quality or benefits of the product and… Hi I work with butters and oils and make handmade products. The grainy texture is normal, this is the Shea butter. Shea butter that is raw and unrefined is notorious for creating a bead like grainy texture once it melts and hardens but it is completely fine. It does not affect the quality or benefits of the product and still contains the skin nutrients your skin loves. On a side note, if refined shea was used then the product would never get grainy even if the heat melted it and hardened again however refined oils and butter generally have lost most if not all the nutrients in the oil or butter BUT will still moisturize your skin. Hope I cleared it up a bit.
It smells like cocoa
It has a coco butter smell but I believe it’s all the organic ingredients natural scents combined together. I do not believe any ingredients are put in it just to make it smell good. I love this products. Use it after every feeding!
actually, I would conditioner it a little gritty. Not so much that is bothers me or is irritating at all, though. I actually use it on my infant’s eczema.
It may have gone rancid (like the oils will do eventually). Mine has always had a pleasant smell. Maybe see if you can contact the seller for a replacement?
You sure can! Organic Nipple Butter is safe to use from top to bottom and on baby, on mama, on everyone. Hope this helps!
I use it before and after I pump. Sometime after I nurse too. I haven’t had any issues with blisters or clog ducts. I hope this helps.
They are 2oz containers each, so you get a total of 4oz of butter.
According to reviews and answers on here it does not come with one. However I would ask for a return/refund since you don’t expect a new product to come unsealed (not safe). If the item was shipped/sold by Amazon contact customer service and explain the issue; they should help you out. If you bought from a third party … According to reviews and answers on here it does not come with one. However I would ask for a return/refund since you don’t expect a new product to come unsealed (not safe). If the item was shipped/sold by Amazon contact customer service and explain the issue; they should help you out. If you bought from a third party who shipped it themselves you need to contact them first and if they won’t help you contact Amazon customer service.
I have seen a few people on here upset about the seal and thinking they can’t return. I would advise everyone to read up on all of Amazon’s return policies before purchasing. If an item is damaged/defective or ‘not as described’ you are entitled to a replacement or refund. Even if an item may not seem to fit into those categories, if something is wrong with it (like not being properly sealed in a way most people would expect) it doesn’t hurt to contact customer service and explain the issue.
Mine says it expires in 2022 and I bought it this year
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#1 this is a truthful product! If you read the front it says “organic nipple butter”. If you read the back it describes how it’s buttery, rich, moisturizing, SAFE for baby’s mouth, and non GMO. It’s TRUE! I apply and put my milk pad over it so it does not wipe off and my bra as well. You need to let it absorb and have time to help heal. The smell is like cocoa butter, very subtle and delicious. The taste is mild and unnoticed by my son. I know that it’s safe so I have no issues feeding him right after.
Multi use…. my husband has used on my dry feet, hands, lips…. it’s really wonderful. Cocoa butter tends to take time to dissolve so you may notice little ball like pieces… just work around in your hand and it will go away.
Longevity…. I’ve been using for 10 months and like I said I’ve used it all over. Also…. as far as lasting, this does last on your skin for awhile. It moisturizes and lasts for hours.
***This is an honest review…. I took a lot of months using this religiously, so this was not something copied and pasted. Hopefully my knowledge helps you…. if so please hit helpful and let me know.*****
I purchased this initially as nipple butter, which I loved much more than lanolin for the baby to digest. It has a mild pleasant smell as well with a calming effect. I kept it by my bedside and one night I couldn’t find my bedside chapstick and figured it could go in its place – loved how moist my lips felt in the morning and stopped having chapped winter lip issues! Then a month later I could not find the desitin during a diaper change. My baby had developed a skin chafing buildup on one inner thigh which hadn’t gone away for a month despite diligent care and cleaning. I applied a thin coat of this for the next day worth of diaper changes and noticed the skin healing. By a few more days it was all healed! I never went back to desitin, this is my go to and requires a much thinner coat so the small canister lasts longer than a tube of desitin. I reordered this instead of the earth butter diaper cream (which I have never tried) because it serves 3 purposes-nipple, lip, and diaper cream!
The reviews all seem great and I can kind of understand that; the cream smells great and really soothes and softens the nipples BUT it has many white balls of something (hard cacao butter maybe?) and those hurt! They’re not plastic microbeads thankfully (I can crush them with my fingernails) but I can’t get them to spread on my skin. Worst ingredient to put in a cream for sore, cracked nipples 🙁
** Update: I emailed Earth Mama customer service and asked them if it was faulty or something. They wrote back saying they get asked about the balls a lot and that they are just hardened bits due to temperature fluctuations. They spread easily on skin they said.
Obviously they’ve never tried spreading them on their own nipples! Nonetheless, when they said it was from storage conditions I realized I could fix it. I took the lid off and put it in the microwave, nuked it for 30 seconds, stirred, nuked again for 15 more seconds and it all looked uniform. When it hardened (at room temperature) it was perfect and it all spreads now.
I’m a new mom and the first couple days of breast feeding were rough. Sore cracked nipples and a hungry baby boy made for painful feedings. I was not prepared for this! The hospital gave me some samples of the medela lanolin creme and it was not helping at all. I got desperate and started looking on Amazon. I ordered The Earth mama brand seeing all the positive reviews and I’m so glad I did!!! I did not have the grainey experience as a few other reviewers did. The smell is pleasant however my son does not care for the taste as much so I just wipe it off before feedings. I will be getting this for all my future nursing mom friends as baby shower gifts! Additionally if you experience what I went through try getting the gell nipple pads and bamboo reusable nursing bra pads (all found on Amazon) The disposable pads cause your nipples to dry out so the bamboo is the only way to go and the gel pads feel amazing especially after you put them in the refrigerator.
After trying Earth mama’s diaper and perineal balm at the same time after I had my son i really liked this brand so when my nipples started cracking due to a bad latch I decided to get this butter.Now that everything is better I use it for my sons cheeks when they seem to get dry and I even use it as lip balm.
This stuff made SUCH a difference in breastfeeding for me! I breastfed my first child and used all the lanolin for weeks as I cried because of the pain of having cracked nipples. I can barely remember when they healed but it felt like forever. With my second child I purchased this before she was born and by the end of my first week breastfeeding her using this nipple butter I was no longer in pain even though I experienced the same cracks as I did with my son, they healed much faster. I still have plenty left over -if there is any concern that this is so expensive for such a small amount- it’s more than enough!
I’ve been using this for about a month now, exclusively breast feeding and on demand. I tried using the lanolin that the hospital offered, but this stuff just seems to work better. Like other reviewers, I noticed the little grains in it, but they disappear as you apply it. I wouldn’t say my daughter was a natural breast feeder either, it took some practice for us to get it right. There were some blisters from her pulling off, but no chapping or cracks otherwise. I think it seriously saved my nipples. I would suggest this for sure.
I have very sensitive skin and can’t use most conventional products because I develop rashes – this product is amazing because it is all natural and it truly moisturizes very well. Almost 10 months later and I’m still breastfeeding and I use this before bed and after the shower. I’ve never had dry or craked or inflamed nipples and I credit this nipple butter. I don’t rub it off before nursing (though some of it naturally transfers to my nursing bra or shirt after application and prior to baby getting on the boob) because all of the ingredients are safe to ingest in the amounts that are used to moisturize the nipples, and I actually slather it on thick! I can’t imagine using any other product and will continue to use this and I even plan on gifting this to my pregnant friend. Highly recommend!!
I LOVE this product and will be a life time user!!! I am 21 weeks pregnant as of now, and when my breasts first started expanding and my nipples were super itchy, this nipple butter was a HUGE RELIEF!!! It is such a luxurious texture and it smells like brownie mix lol The box also recommended to try it on lips and other dry skin & it helped my cracked, bleeding lips and my dry hands from the cold winter air in our area to heal up in a handful of days! I have used most of it as a lip balm to be honest lol I love the chocolate scent from the cocoa butter and the moisture that it adds to my skin! My lips have never been so soft! I also LOVE that it is safe to ingest so I won’t have to worry about my baby ingesting anything dangerous or wiping off my boobs every time I need to feed. If I wasn’t comfortable putting it on my own mouth, I wouldn’t use it for my baby, so I tested it myself and am happy to say that not only is the smell enticing, but it’s not oily or uncomfortable on my lips or my nipples!!! Amazing product!!! I’ll definitely be buying this as a staple beauty product even after my pregnancy!!!
I’ve had chapped nips for about a year now. I didn’t really care about them that much to do anything, but I’ve been starting a breast growth course a few weeks back and have been instructed to wear nonpadded bras. The only ones I have are mesh, and if you’ve never tried a mesh bra before, they can seriously irritate the skin on your nips. The small patches of dry skin that initially existed on them before I started the course got more bigger and more rough and scaly. I was constantly itching them all day, even exfoliating did not do anything. None of my lotions were helping it either.
My interest was further enhanced in this product when I saw the ingredients list and noticed that there were no chemicals and other nasty stuff in there. I am not pregnant right now nor TTC (but will be in a few years), but I like to use all-natural, organic beauty products on a daily basis, from my perfumes to lotions. Your body absorbs everything you put on it. I am opting for products that are pregnancy safe and can be used on newborns and moms. Out of all the nipple butters/creams out there, I found that this had the most consistent, positive reviews, and I’m glad I went for this.
My order of non-mesh bras haven’t arrived yet, so I have to keep wearing my mesh ones until they arrive. My nips are still itchy at times but the dry, rough patches of skin are almost gone now.
I like to use my nail to scrape a little bit of butter (you really only need a little bit!) and gently rub around the nips. It does not smell very strong at all, it has a very mild smell that is not very noticeable. The cream does not leave any residue behind on my bras or clothes. I apply once during daytime and before I go to bed. I highly recommend this product!
In conclusion, Earth Mama Baptiste’s Organic Nipple Butter has many uses. Its organic formula is hypoallergenic, dermatologically tested, and free from soy and fragrance. It’s an ideal moisturizer for baby’s dry, cracked, scaly, or irritated skin, including eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, and cradle cap. It’s even great for stretch marks. Best of all, it’s safe for mom to use on her breast skin after birth. The cream’s organic base is a blend of shea butter, cocoa butter, olive fruit oil, and jojoba oil. This organic formula contains vitamin E and essential fatty acids.
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