Breastfeeding products to help blocked ducts, vasospasm,
inverted nipples, colostrum collection, milk supply and much more.
Safe and effective products for common breastfeeding challenges.
Breast-Warmers™ Silk & Wool
The safe breastfeeding relief for mastitis, blocked ducts, engorgement, expressing, and nipple vasospasm.
Breast-Warmers™ Silk & Wool is the breastfeeding product that provides gentle and safe warmth and keeps the breast dry with two layers 100% Swedish Merino wool, and one layer 100% soft silk tricot, completely free from chemical fertilisers and pesticides.
Breast-Warmers™ can be worn together with nursing pads if required. Thin, pliable and wonderfully soft!
Simply eliminate the risk of burning breast-tissue and baby by only using safe Breast-Warmers™ Silk & Wool Nursing Inserts.
First, do no harm.
Non-Surgical Solution for Flat and Inverted Nipples
One pair of soft silicone cups. Easily control the level of pull suction you are comfortable with by increasing or decreasing how much you squeeze the cups, remove and adjust as required. NurseEZ by Marsha Bearden RN, IBCLC, RLC.
Lactation & Colic Teas by The Breastfeeding Tea Co.
Lactation Tea is a loose-leaf tea designed for breastfeeding mums to help support lactation and milk supply.
Colic Tea is for breastfeeding mothers with colic or windy babies. Beneficial to the digestive system for mum and baby, this nourishing combination of herbs helps to calm babies tummy and digestion in a loose leaf tea blend.
Combines natural oils and herbs, 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 & moisturise to prepare for breastfeeding in the third trimester.
Ideal for Mum and Baby, with gentle, all natural ingredients. Hand made in Australia by The Physic Garden.
Colostrum Collector with Syringes & Caps
Collect colostrum safely and easily, while wasting less!
Collect colostrum by hand expressing into the funnel with an oral syringe attached. This makes it much easier and wastes less colostrum than if you use only a syringe, or a cup and syringe.
Deliver the collected colostrum to your baby with the soft tip barrel, or store in fridge or freezer to be given later. Colostrum collected this way can also be given to baby via tube if needed.