Organic Nipple Balm
- 100% USDA certified organic
- Safe for baby - No petroleum, parabens, or preservatives, so no need to remove before breastfeeding
- Dermatologist tested and hypoallergenic
- Just 7 organic ingredients - Certified organic sunflower oil, olive oil, beeswax, coconut oil, shea butter, calendula flower extract, and argan oil
- Can also be used as a pumping lubricant for more comfortable pumping
Each jar contains 2 ounces of Organic Nipple Balm, made from 7 organic ingredients: certified organic sunflower oil, olive oil, beeswax, coconut oil, shea butter, calendula flower extract, and argan oil.
Wash hands thoroughly. Apply to the entire nipple area after each feeding or as needed. No need to remove before breastfeeding.
May also be used as a pumping lubricant. Lightly apply to the nipple and areola before pumping to improve comfort.
CERTIFIED USDA ORGANIC
100% organic and safe for baby
No fragrance or taste. No petroleum, parabens, or preservatives. No need to remove before breastfeeding!
Made of just 7 organic, plant-based ingredients, our hypoallergenic nipple balm is gentle on sensitive skin and moisturizes and restores natural softness.
NATURAL, SIMPLE, SAFE
From the #1 brand in breastfeeding
Organic Nipple Balm, our newest cream, was handcrafted to care for tender nipples and dry skin with just 7 organic ingredients. It is also a climate neutral certified product. Climate neutrality is reached through avoidance, reduction and compensation -- for more information click here.
What moms want to know
Lansinoh Organic Nipple Balm does not need to be removed prior to breastfeeding. We do recommend applying it after breastfeeding instead of before so that it has some time to absorb into your skin.
Yes, Organic Nipple Balm is certified 100% USDA organic by Quality Assurance International (QAI).
Yes, Lansinoh Organic Nipple Balm is suitable for Vegetarians and handcrafted from plant-based, herbal ingredients.
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