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Win a range of breastfeeding goodies from Lansinoh worth £50

Win a range of breastfeeding goodies from Lansinoh worth £50

Lansinoh are working with me to give away some fabulous breastfeeding products to one of my lucky readers.  Breastfeeding reminds me of long nights and days to be honest, where little Noah and Isla would feed. I had a lot of trouble feeding Noah and it only lasted a couple of weeks. Whereas with Isla I didn't want to stop breastfeeding, but I had to for work reasons. Two contrasting scenarios: I wish I had pushed a little more with Noah and that I could have breastfed for longer. That bond with baby is immeasurable. VIEW the POST

Theraline Mamma Pads Competition

Theraline Mamma Pads Competition

**CLOSED** Mamma Pads are the virtually invisible breastfeeding insert from Theraline. They are comfortable and absorbent, leaving you confident that you are not going to leak breast milk and you can finally sleep without a bra once again! They work by temporarily shutting off the milk supply by putting pressure on your nipple, which causes the milk ducts to to close and then when you are ready to feed, simply remove the mamma pad and the ducts re-open. The perfect option for mummies because you can use them over and over again!! You can see the products on the Theraline website: http://www.theraline.co.uk/mammapads.htm Theraline are giving away a set of Mamma Pads in support of the Breastfeeding Scavenger Hunt, Keeping Britain Breastfeeding. To win your very own set of Mamma Pads from Theraline, all you need to do is comment below on . To gain extra points simply Tweet "I would like to #win some Mamma Pads with ...

Lansinoh breast feeding products

Lansinoh sent me some fabulous products, that I simply couldn’t live without because I’m breast feeding and they have become a part of my daily routine: nipple cream and breast pads. The nipple cream by Lansinoh is absolutely phenomenal, as soon as I apply it to my sore areas, they seem instantly relieved. It takes away the burning type feeling from the tip of my nipple and seems to calm it down, which makes them feel better for the next time Isla latches on. The consistency of the cream is like a thick gloopy texture, petroleum colour and is quite hard when colder. I was advised that this particular nipple cream, makes for a good lip salve too, so with the excess cream, I always put some on my lips and indeed it is a great lip salve. If only it didn’t say nipple cream on the case, I’d use…