Best Breast Pads & Products

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Dr Brown's Contoured Lace Disposable

Latest review: Very happy with this product and was happy to pay extra for a superior product. Amazing absorbancy. Stuck very well - which for me was the main benefit of this product compared to other brands that

Tortellini Breast Feeding Cushion

Latest review: I saw these cushions in a store when my first baby was about 6 months old and never bothered to buy one as he was at an age when we no longer needed a support pillow for breast feeding. I used a

Undercover Mama Strapless Nursing Camisole

Latest review: The Undercover Mama strapless breastfeeding camisole attaches to your own maternity bra then you wear your normal tops over it. Then when you're feeding in public you're perfectly covered (back,

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

Breastvest
4.7 from 3 reviews

Latest review: When I was pregnant I bought one white and one black breast vest. I wasn't sure if it would be useful but wasn't interested in wearing a nursing cover and thought I should be prepared. Since having

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Pea Pods Bamboo Nursing Pads

Latest review: I purchased this 3-pack and love them. I tried disposable breast pads but hated them as they made my nipples very itchy and moved around despite the adhesive lining. PP nursing pads have been great.

ABA Breast Pads
4.5 from 2 reviews

Latest review: I had two pairs of these and found them fantastic. I also tried a commercial non-washable brand and found the ABA ones more discreet and comfortable. They are easy to wash (I just hand washed/rinsed

Lilypadz
4.0 from 4 reviews

Latest review: I'm glad I bought these nursing pads. I was a bit annoyed when they arrived and the instructions stated that they only last a couple of months, but mine have lasted a few months longer than that

Lana Wool
4.0 from 4 reviews

Latest review: Excellent product!! I have recommended this product to several friends who have all loved them. They are truly the softest and kindest surface you can put next to your nipples especially in the early

Itzy Ritzy Glitzy Gals
4.0 from 1 review

Latest review: these nursing pads wash beautifully, no smell like others I have used. Lovely soft bamboo. I have fast let down so do sometimes leak with these pads especially overnight. Inexpensive,

Medela Hydrogel Pads
4.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Comfortable disposable from Medela. I used these breast pads in hospital and found them soft and comforting. They are not really designed for discrete wear as they are quite large, squareish and will

Cherub Baby Natribreathe Washable Nursing Pads

Latest review: After reading the good reviews, I decided to buy 3 packs (12) of these but I had the same experience as ifloss, they leaked and they got stuck to my nipples which was painful to take them off. I was

Itti Bitti Breast Pads
3.2 from 5 reviews

Latest review: Hated disposables. Expensive and constantly buying them!! They'd stick to me and felt yuck. Got itti breastpads and love them. Have since found thicker ones elsewhere for night but love my itti ones.

Chicco Nipple Corrector
3.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Fantastic invention. I was worried about my nipples before having bubs, and felt at ease knowing that I had something with me as backup if feeding was an issue. I used it for the first couple of days

Philips Avent Disposable

Philips Avent Disposable

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2.5 from 4 reviews

Latest review: The product would be fine if it contained a sticky adhesive on both sides of the pad instead of just one- because of this it does not stick to my bra in the slightest and immediately falls out when I

NUK Ultra Dry
2.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: These nursing pads are the worst I have ever use. The pads smell like alcohol or thinner or some sort of nasty chemical every time I use it and my baby has started to spit out my breast milk since I

Medela Disposable Nursing Bra

Latest review: I've tried over 10 brands of breast pads and they've all been fine until these ones. They leak wayyyyy more often than other brands because the inside absorbent part doesn go right to the edge. Also,

Mam Breast Pads
1.0 from 1 review

Latest review: These breast pads have only one sticky part so they come off way too easily when you unclip your bra. Also, they are too small. Perhaps they'd work better when you don't leak as much but my baby is 9

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