2 Boob-ease Soothing Therapy Pillows (1 Pair), plus 2 FREE regular Bamboobies® nursing pads (1 pair in Light Pink).
- The softest therapeutic nursing pads on the market – Two sides to choose from for softness and temperature control: Bamboo fleece or Organic Cotton Jersey
- Warming and cooling therapy– Microwave or place in the fridge or freezer to provide temperature activated soothing and comfort for sore, engorged nipples
- All natural, gel free – These are made with all natural bamboo, cotton, and flax seeds to provide you with the highest quality nursing therapy pads possible
- Sustainable and fair trade – Made of Bamboo Rayon, Organic Cotton, and Flax Seeds
The pillows can be heated in the microwave to soothe clogged ducts and increase milk flow or cooled in the freezer to provide therapeutic cooling to soothe sore new mama nipples and breasts.
Pillows can be used to stimulate let-down, reduce swelling and tenderness associated with engorgement, soothe sore nipples, relieve plugged ducts and ease the discomfort of mastitis. Pillows can be used to reduce pumping time and can even be used beyond the breastfeeding years…for sore muscles, headache and toddler bumps and bruises.
Care / Washing Instructions: To clean, gently spot clean with a slightly damp cloth and air dry. DO NOT GET WET (immerse or saturate). Do not machine wash or dry. All Therapy Pillows come with a set of Bamboobies® washable nursing pads. Every time you use the pillows, be sure to use the washable nursing pads as leak protection for the pillows.
Made from: 67% Oeko-Tex certified Bamboo Viscose, 30% OCIA certified Organic Cotton, 3% Spandex Jersey; Golden Flax Seeds; 100% Oeko-Tex certified Bamboo Rayon Fleece. Imported from: USA Made in: USA from imported fabrics
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