For when your baby is born and you nurse him or her. Mamilla is also perfect when phasing out breastfeeding
The birth of your child is one of the most beautiful events in an adult's life. For nine months the growing miracle is carried in your belly as we look forward to the first moment that we can welcome this new life into the world, and hold and admire him or her.
From that very first moment we quickly learn how to care for our children. In the period after giving birth you receive a great deal of information from brochures on issues such as nursing. As brand new parents, you have the choice between breastfeeding and bottle-feeding, but it is generally recommended that you breastfeed as there are many benefits for your child. However, as a new mother, there are also disadvantages: painful nipples, nipple fissures or thrush: Mamilla nipple fissure oil and balm provide relief.
Breastfeeding and expressing breast milk are important in the first few weeks after birth and can mean a beautiful and unique experience
In the first 24 hours after giving birth, your breast milk contains colostrum - which is the initial milk produced. Colostrum contains important and valuable substances, such as vitamins, minerals and proteins that are crucial for building up your baby's strength, the immune system and for growing.
No matter how good your breast milk may be for your child, it is naturally also crucial that the breastfeeding experience is a pleasant and loving one for you too.
Issues such as nipple fissures can arise when breastfeeding
Unfortunately, breastfeeding is not always a joyful experience, as a range of complications can arise with various causes. This includes your baby sucking too hard or your child latching incorrectly when feeding.
Cracks or wounds could appear where the areola meets the nipple or on the nipple itself, with issues frequently arising during the first week of nursing because you are still practicing latching correctly and your nipples are unaccustomed to expressing milk. These factors can easily cause your skin to break or even bleed.
Nipple fissures can be quite painful, especially when nursing. You could find them becoming so bad that you breastfeed with clenched teeth, dreading the next feed.
Mamilla can prevent, relieve and heal breastfeeding issues
Mamilla cares for and protects your nipples and areolas while breastfeeding, thanks to its antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties. Its soothing ingredients penetrate deep into your skin so that the caring and protective effects are optimal. Mamilla also cleanses so that any bacteria, viruses and fungi do not have a chance to cause complications. You can rub it on your entire breast after each time you breastfeed to keep your skin beautifully soft, nourished and protected.
Mamilla is perfect when phasing out breastfeeding
Continue to apply Mamilla nipple fissure balm or nipple fissure oil when phasing out breastfeeding and whenever necessary so that your nipples and areolas stay nurtured and protected. Rub Mamilla nipple fissure balm or oil on your entire breast after showering to clean it perfectly and soften the skin.
- Breastfeed with love
- Safe for mother and child
- For painful nipples
- Prevent and treat nipple fissures
- Prevent and treat thrush
- Comes in a glass jar, UV-protected
- For breast infections
- Active ingredients
- 100% natural, vegetal and 100% organic – no poisonous substances
- Created with expertise and love