Relief for nipple vasospasm. (Raynauds of the nipple)


Wear Breast-Warmers™ Silk & Wool continuously for gentle warmth, all day and night for relief from nipple vasospasm. They are thin, pliable and wonderfully soft, sitting flat inside your bra or crop top.


Breast-Warmers™ Silk & Wool provide safe and gentle warmth with two layers 100% Merino wool, and one layer 100% soft silk tricot.

Merino wool sourced from the pristine Swedish island of Gotland, guaranteed completely free from chemical fertilisers and pesticides.
This is an exceptional environmentally friendly product that breaks down and contains no chemicals, certified by Oeko-Tex. (Label: SE 12-208 enter label check exactly as "SE 12-208") Read here about what this important certification means.


If you like a larger area of the breast covered, get the pear-shaped Breast-Warmers™ here.


See our "How To Use" section, at the top right, to get the most relief.
For severe vasospasm you may need medication in addition to warmth. See a qualified Lactation Consultant for help.


You may also find The Royal Women's Hospital information helpful.

Here is the link for Nipple Vasospasm Information and Treatment.


Breast-Warmers™ Silk & Wool - for Vasospasm

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  • 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.

  • Wear Breast-Warmers™ continuously all day and night for relief from vasospasm.

    Place with the smooth silk layer (the lighter colour side) directly on the skin, with the soft Merino wool layer to the outside.

    To get the most relief from vasospasm, aviod getting cold in general, including hands, wrists and neck.
    Dry quickly after showering warm, wear Breast-Warmers™ straight away and keep them on.
    Do not air your nipples.

    If your nipples are cracked/sore use nursing balm for gentle relief.
    It's imperative that baby is latching correctly, otherwise the problems persists and likely gets worse. If you are unsure, or just need some support, see a qualified Lactation Consultant.