Orange & Peach Nipple Shield
FREE SHIPPING WITHIN METRO MANILA FOR A MINIMUM OF PHP 1000 PURCHASE Orange and Peach Nipple Shield can help Moms breastfeed longer especially if they are suffering from sore and cracked nipples or are experiencing latching difficulties. Made of super soft and thin silicone for maximum comfort BPA and Phthalates FREE...
FREE SHIPPING WITHIN METRO MANILA FOR A MINIMUM OF PHP 1000 PURCHASE
Orange and Peach Nipple Shield can help Moms breastfeed longer especially if they are suffering from sore and cracked nipples or are experiencing latching difficulties.
- Made of super soft and thin silicone for maximum comfort
- BPA and Phthalates FREE
- 24mm universal standard nipple shield size
- Unique shape for maximum skin-to-skin contact
How to use:
- Soak in warm water.
- Gently stretch the shield onto the breast, drawing the nipple and areola into the raised portion of the shield.
- Tickle your baby’s nose with your shield-covered nipple.
- Bring the baby toward your breast while holding the nipple shield in place with your thumb and finger. Some nipple shields have a “cut-out,” while other shields are completely round. If you’re using a shield with a “cut-out,” position the shield so that the cutout is beneath your baby’s nose.
- Remove the shield once your baby starts to suckle and swallow.
- After each use, rinse the nipple shield in cold water, then wash in hot, soapy water and rinse well. Store in a clean, dry place.
- Nipple shields, like babies, come in a variety of sizes. Your health care provider, lactation consultant, or breastfeeding counselor will help you choose a nipple shield that’s the right size for you and your baby. Most newborns do best with a size “small” nipple shield. You’ll know that you’re using the right size if both your nipple and the shield covering it fit into your baby’s mouth. If the shield is too large, your baby will have difficulty maintaining a proper latch and will be more likely to gag. If your nipple touches the top of the raised portion of the shield (the crown), the shield is too small.