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Old 06-02-2009, 01:02 PM - Thread Starter
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It says on the jar that it's safe to use while breastfeeding, and is made of all natural ingredients, but other sources say only 100% pure lanolin is safe for baby, so I'm confused...

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what are the ingredients?

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Oh, this nipple cream is FABULOUS. I wouldn't have made it through the first few weeks w/o it. It's completely all natural (and vegan, lanolin is not) and is fine to use while bf'ing. No need to wipe off.

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I loved this nipple cream! Only vegan option I could find. I would put it on right after a feeding and most of the time it was absorbed before the next one.

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I adore this stuff and would personally have no issues using it with a baby. The ingredients are:
Olea europaea (organic olive) oil, Calendula officinalis (organic calendula) extract, Theobroma cacao (cocoa) butter, Butyrospermum parkii (organic shea) butter, (Euphorbia antisyphilitica (candelilla wax), Mangifera indica (mango) butter

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I used this.... and it's AWESOME! I've also been know to put it on patches of cradle cap on my LO's head and eyebrows...

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That lanolin line is a load! While lanolin is safe for use on nipples, it is by far not the only thing!
aloe vera gel- 100% safe and non-toxic, but tastes funny
olive oil- for nips and baby's bum
almond oil- most natural massage oils are almond, like burt's bees
any cooking oil, besides peanut, is fine.
Chamomile tea- drizzle or dab onto boobs

but the absolutely best nipple stuff breastmilk! Rub a drop on the nipple and let dry. Also cures conjunctivitis and diaper rash!
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my IBCLC told me not to use it-- she said none of these ingredients are proven safe for newborns to INGEST, whereas lanolin has been. she told me use it for other purposes since I bought it already-- diaper rash, dry skin, lip balm (adults), etc.
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At the beginning of breastfeeding, I used it and loved it. I avoid having my baby ingest anything but breastmilk though, so I stopped it as soon as my nipple soreness stopped. Now I use it for everything else (diaper rash, my lips, etc...) - it's fantastic and very non-toxic. As to whether the ingredients are safe for newborn ingestion, to me it was between this and a lanolin-based cream that could likely be contaminated with pesticides. Google for lanolin + toxic to see more about that. So this seemed the safer route to me.
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You use it right after the baby nurses, and then you put your top back on and by the time baby nurses again it's completely soaked in / rubbed off in my experience.

I stopped needing the extra nipple help after the first month or so and now I keep it on hand for all those other things these ladies mentioned.
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