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Pigeon Premium

Pigeon Premium

4.3 from 55 reviews

Latest review: I have tried so many different breast pad brands, and the Pigeon brand is by far my favourite. The pads stick, they’re absorbent, they’re soft and very comfortable. They shape well to the chest, too.

Pigeon Ultra Slim

Pigeon Ultra Slim

4.0 from 64 reviews

Latest review: I descovered these with bub number one and after 4 breastfed bubs I can safely say these are the best and only breath pads I will buy. No leakages they obsorb it all. Fantastic if you have a let down

Medela Contact Nipple Shields

Medela Contact Nipple Shields

4.6 from 27 reviews

Latest review: I was beginnjng to think I would be stuck expressing since my baby's latch was too painful for me. I finally tried this and my 1 week old is now feeding like a champ. I cant rate this highly

Johnson's Nursing Pads Ultraform

Johnson's Nursing Pads Ultraform

3.6 from 81 reviews

Latest review: I find that the smaller pads dont do as well. I am waking up during the night soaked as i have leaked around the pad as it has slipped slightly out of place. The sticky on the back doesnt do much to

Rite Aid Nursing Pads

Rite Aid Nursing Pads

3.3 from 75 reviews

Latest review: Complete waste! The my font even work I have woken up to at least 3 cups worth of milk leaked through my shirt! I had to change my shirt at 1am and now at 9 M I am completely saturated! Definitely a

Philips Avent Nipple Protectors

Philips Avent Nipple Protectors · includes 2 listings

3.2 from 31 reviews

Latest review: Thin silicone? No. It's twice the thickness of the Medela and so much more bulky. It falls off due to the shape if the flange, unlike the Medela which stays put. Honestly if I had tried these first I

Philips Avent Comfort Breast Shell

Philips Avent Comfort Breast Shell

4.2 from 12 reviews

Latest review: I exclusively express breast fed for 8 months and these were a lifesaver for catching excess milk and for helping air circulation for sore nipples, these are so comfortable and easy to use, they are

Philips Avent Washable SCF155/06

Philips Avent Washable SCF155/06

2.3 from 88 reviews

Latest review: I gave the washable breast pads a try initially and they did stick to my nipples like others said and was painful to remove when dry. THEN I gave it another try a few weeks later after they're washed

Tommee Tippee Washable Nursing Pads

Tommee Tippee Washable Nursing Pads

3.2 from 12 reviews

Latest review: These pads are terrible and useless. They soak through and leak after only a short time of wearing. My top is as wet as if I had no pads on at all. They are a Total Waste of money! Do not buy

Nature's Child Breast Pads

Nature's Child Breast Pads · includes 3 listings

2.8 from 13 reviews

Latest review: Ok so firstly I used these I had no idea what I was supposed to do with them so I assumed they just went straight in and I leaked through instantly! I was so annoyed because they didn't work then I

Swisspers Regular

Swisspers Regular

2.6 from 11 reviews

Latest review: Relatively comfortable (not irritating), but the adhesive tape didn't stick particularity well causing them to move every time you feed. Also they seem to be less absorbent than competing brands

Pigeon Silicone Nipple Shield

Pigeon Silicone Nipple Shield

5.0 from 3 reviews

Latest review: Love, love, love these nipple shields. Great shape & quality- baby seems happy too :-) Not sure how sizing works, would highly recommend. Good price, easy to

Booby Booster

Booby Booster

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Seriously ladies, I have never used anything more useful than the booby booster for breastfeeding. I have big boobs (they're a G cup) & breastfeeding required both hands just to stop my little one

Medela Nipple Formers

Medela Nipple Formers

5.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: I was unable to successfully breast feed my first two children because of my inverted nipples and not through lack of trying. I saw multiple lacktation consultants and doctors and due to babies

Medela Milk Collection Shells

Medela Milk Collection Shells

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: These milk collection shells are great! Once you can start to remember to put one on prior to feeding bub it is great at catching the let down from your other breast. There is a small hole at the

Pigeon Rubber Nipple Shield

Pigeon Rubber Nipple Shield

5.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: I only bought this one as I was reccomended to get the Medela shield by the hospital midwives. Apart from the Medela shield being VERY VERY expensive, No pharmacy had it in stock. And with a new

Lanowool Breastfeeding

Lanowool Breastfeeding

5.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: I bought these breast pads as I have quite large breasts and found that the smaller sized disposable pads left a very noticeable padded area just over my nipple, making my boobs even more obvious.

Mother-Ease Nursing Pads

Mother-Ease Nursing Pads

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: These are easily the best nursing pads I have ever used. They are the perfect size - slightly bigger than most brands, which is great because they're actually LESS obvious and less likely to show

Chicco Breast Shells

Chicco Breast Shells

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I just had my first child and when I was in hospital I struggled a lot for breastfeeding my baby. My nipples were small and sored. Whenever my baby sucked them I just cried out of pain. So I searched

Nudey!Rudey! Organic Washable

Nudey!Rudey! Organic Washable

5.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: I loved getting these at my baby shower and have gifted them to other new mums. They're so sweet and its lovely to have something that is packaged so nicely and feels nice to use. They are feminine

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