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Breastpads.com breast pads

1 review

Have been using these for 5 years and they are still in good condition. Love these cotton reusable nursing pads. The only issue I have is with my older ones sticking if I don't replace them after getting wet throughout the day. But seeing as you get 5 for free (pay s+h) with the...
Parents choice breast pads

2 reviews

The are very affordable and do a great job if you leak milk. They are very absorbent and they don’t irritate the skin. I definitely recommend them as an affordable alternative to bigger name brands
Avent 100 ct.Disposable Nursing Pads

1 review

I've had three kids now, and these are by far the best. They are very absorbent, and have sticky pads on the back so you can stick it to your shirt at night time. Must have For me!
Up & Up Nursing Pads

1 review

Mommies! Do yourself a favor and save money of the bat by buying Up and Up for your kiddos and yourself. These breastfeeding pads absorb well and store nicely in your old "tampon/time of the month" bag lol plus they're a fraction of the cost!
Bamboobies Organic Bamboo Fleece Overnight Washable Nursing Pads, 4 Pair Pack

3 reviews

Je dois vous dire que j'en ai achetée pour ma nièce qui vient juste d'avoir un nouveau bébé depuis peu. Elle aime beaucoup le Bamboobies organic pads. Elle les trouvent très pratique en plus elle sont b9nne pour l'environnement. Pour elle c'est simple elle les adorent.
Evenflo Comfort Select Nursing Pad Lanolin, 60 Count

1 review

Excellent quality, they are discrete and super absorbent. No more embarrassing accidents in public. The quality is supreme and the price doesn't break the bank.
Avent 40 ct. Disposable Nursing Pads

1 review

I bought these when I ran out of another brand. I found these to be super comfortable, and I barely noticed they were there. I couldn't see them through my bra and shirt which I liked. I also didn't leak through them, which was great!
Medela Disposable Nursing Bra Pads - 60 cnt

1 review

I love Medela disposable nursing pads, they saved so many of my bras lol. They have a very comfortable shape that repeats breast shape, also they stick better to the bra, than other brands I’ve used, and they are very soft.
Fuzzi bunz Cloth Nursing Pads Leak-Proof White [Baby Product]

1 review

I use these and I definitely love them. Especially when you have a heavy supply that's not being in use and you just place them inside your bra/shirt and it helps all the leaking! I'd definitely recommend this to any pregnant mothers or mothers who are breastfeeding. :)
Lasinoh disposable nursing pads

2 reviews

Lasinoh nursing pads are my absolute favorite! Before finding lasinoh I was using the regular simple parent choice brand of nursing pads. The parent choice ones were thin, uncomfortable, and held very little milk. That’s when I decided to make the switch to lasinoh, and I’m...
Medela Contact Nipple Shield

6 reviews

I had ongoing stuggles nursing my 3rd child. He didn't latch onto my nipple and my nipple were sore / beginning to blister. Thankfully the nipple shield was recommended to me! I had given it a try and instantly I was able to nurse and my breasts were no longer engorged. I...
Lansinoh® HPA® Lanolin 2oz

3 reviews

I used this after giving birth to both my sons. Both times it worked wonders. The first few weeks my nipples were sore and put this stuff on it helped so much. It's a thicker cream/gel but that's okay it feels so good. I didn't have any cracking so I'm not sure how it holds up...
Avent 100 ct.Disposable Nursing Pads

1 review

These nursing pads are the only ones that stopped my from leaking out. It’s so embarrassing when you leak through your bra and shirt. I’ve tried multiply brands and these seemed to hold the milk in while out in public.
Lansinoh disposable nursing pads - 100 counts

21 reviews

I did not leak while breastfeeding.. but when I began my weaning journey I started to leak.. a lot! These were perfect for the girls as they kept my clothes dry. One con is that the pads do shift throughout the night when I slept.. so one piece of advice would be to wear a...
Pc nursing pads

2 reviews

These nursing pads are great. They're soft and fit nicely into shirts and bras. They have adhesive strips on the back so they stay in place which is great. I find their backing slightly plasticy but that doesn't bother me. They're folded in their packaging and sometimes you can...
Lansinoh 20265 Disposable Nursing Pads, 60-Count Boxes (Pack of 4)

4 reviews

These nursing pads were my best friend when I was first nursing my little one. They did a great job of absorbing any extra milk I had leaking out. They gave me good coverage and had adhesive at both the top and bottom of the pads to make sure they stuck to my bra. It's not the...
Breastfeeding Pads made of Certified Organic Cotton - Blue Bubbles

1 review

These breast pads are a life saver! So absorbent and comfortable. Organic cotton is the way to go. They also make ones that are scented. I’ll try those next!
Lansinoh Disposable Breast Pads for Breastfeeding Mothers - 36 Ea

1 review

Does the job for breastfeeding moms! Can be used in daytime or nighttime. Feels like you’re not wearing anything at all! Also, thin and easily inserted into nursing bra.
NURSING PADS DISPOSBLE EVENFLO Size: 60

1 review

These nursing pads are the only ones I've used. They stayed in place and barely leaked through my shirt. I would definitely recommend them to anyone nursing.
Avent 100 ct.Disposable Nursing Pads

1 review

I have tried multiple kinds of breast pads since we began our breastfeeding journey, and the Avent are by far my favorite. Not only are the more comfortable, less noticable under clothes, absorbent... but there's no little pieces of woolie-like material to pick off before...