Breastfeeding relief for mastitis, blocked ducts, engorgement, expressing, and nipple vasospasm.
Breast-Warmers™ Silk & Wool provide gentle warmth and keeps the breast dry with two layers 100% Swedish Merino wool, and one layer 100% soft silk tricot.
Wool sourced from the pristine Swedish island of Gotland, completely free from chemical fertilisers and pesticides.
Particularly comfortable if you have sensitive breasts, is sensitive to wool or if your nipples easily become tender. Thin, pliable and wonderfully soft.
Here is a bit of history about Breast-Warmers™
2001 we introduced the Swedish Flectalon Breast-Warmers™ in Australia.
2019 we introduced Breast-Warmers™ Silk & Wool, this products has been used in Sweden for the last 20 years.
Nursing Inserts Breast-Warmers™ Silk & Wool has since 2020 replaced Flectalon Breast-Warmers™.
This is an exceptional environmentally friendly product that breaks down and contains no chemicals, certified by Oeko-Tex.
Read here about what this important certification means.
Be safe by only applying safe and gentle self warming Breast-Warmers™ to sensitive breast tissue.
The Royal Women's Hospital Resources
Breast-Warmers™ Silk & Wool - Safe & Gentle Warmth
Simply wash with cold water, by hand or on a gentle cycle at 30ºC (85ºF). Do not use fabric softener. It’s best to drip dry silk and wool material.
Place with the smooth silk layer (the lighter colour side) directly on the skin, with the soft wool layer to the outside.
Position any way you like, with the pointy end towards the armpit, or up or down.
Simply wear Breast-Warmers as needed; for a short time, 20-30 min before a feed, or even all day and night, simply slip inside the bra or crop-top as required.
This gentle warmth effectively relieves pain and discomfort and helps the milk to flow better, so simply wear as you find comfortable and helpful.
Studies have shown that warming the breasts 20 min before expressing increases the milk yield.
*Please be aware that if you get a high fever and don’t find any relief from mastitis by wearing Breast-Warmers within 12 hours, you must see a doctor or lactation consultant as you may need medication to ease the inflammation.