A Lansinoh breastfeeding nipple shield can help during the nursing process with latch-on difficulties related to flat or inverted nipples, tongue or lip tie, and overactive let-down. These breast shields for breastfeeding are made out of ultra thin, super-soft flexible silicone that's BPS and BPA free. With these nipple guards breastfeeding isn't disrupted because the cut-out design provides maximum skin to skin contact the entire time. Each set of nipple shields comes with a protective case for hygienic and convenient storage between uses. A nipple protector for breastfeeding should only be used under the advisement of a healthcare professional.
- Nursing Difficulties- Effective tools for addressing short-term latch-on issues
- Flexible Silicone- Nipple shields are ultra thin and super-soft on sensitive skin
- Skin to Skin Contact- Unique cut-out design ensures connection between mom and baby
- Hygienic Case- Comes with protective case for convenient storage
- Safe for Mom and Baby- BPA and BPS Free
- Each pack contains (2) 24mm Contact Nipple Shields and a protective case
Consult a healthcare professional before using a contact nipple shield. Clean between uses by hand-washing using hot, soapy water.
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