Lanolin Minis Nipple Cream
- 3 mini travel-sized tubes perfect for dropping in your diaper bag or purse
- No need to remove before breastfeeding
- Made with just one ingredient, our Lanolin goes through a unique refining process to ensure the highest quality
- Rich, spreadable Lanolin Nipple Cream soothes and protects delicate skin
- Clinically tested and safe for sensitive skin
Three 0.25 ounce (7 gram) tubes of 100% natural, ultra-purified lanolin
Wash hands thoroughly. Soften a pea-sized amount between fingers and apply to the entire nipple area after each feeding or as needed.
Apply before showering to protect sensitive nipples.
No need to remove before breastfeeding.
ULTRA-PURE AND HYPOALLERGENIC
100% natural and safe for baby
Lansinoh® Lanolin was created by nature and made better through science. Our unique purification process ensures you get only pure, hypoallergenic lanolin cream with no additives or preservatives. No need to remove before breastfeeding.
Comfort for your nipples and your conscience
Our lanolin is ethically sourced, never tested on animals, and certified climate neutral. We’re doing our part for mothers everywhere – including mother earth.
Climate neutrality is reached through avoidance, reduction and compensation -- for more information click here.
What moms want to know
No, Lansinoh Lanolin Nipple Cream does not need to be removed prior to breastfeeding. It's safe for moms and babies, 100% natural and hypoallergenic. The unique refining process ensures a pure, high-quality product, with no preservatives, parabens, fragrance, or taste. We recommend applying Lanolin after breastfeeding, instead of before, so that it has time to absorb into the skin.
Yes, this is normal. Lansinoh Lanolin Nipple Cream is a completely natural material and does not contain any preservatives. As such, it can become hard in cold weather and soft in warm weather. However, these changes do not compromise its effectiveness. If it is hard, you can knead it in your hand until it becomes soft again. Do not microwave it or place it in boiling water.
The expiration date can be found at the top of the tube, on the back, where the crimp is. It will say ‘EXP’ followed by the month and then the year.
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