Johnson's Breast Pads Reviews
Product Type: Johnson's kids equipment
Description:Brand: Johnson's / Nursing Aids: Breast Care Supplies / Brest pads. Special polymer pulls and locks moisture away from skin for longer lasting dryness - healthier for your skin. Silent, rustle-free design: Quiet under clothing, for more discretion. Non-slip ... more
Newest Review: ... six weeks early I hadn't brought any so my other half had the job of buying them whilst I was in hospital and went with the ... more
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Johnsons Baby Nursing Pads 30
Many new mother experience leakage from their breast between feed ...
Last Update 12.12.2013 14:23
Johnson's baby nursing pads
Johnsons Nursing Breast Pads 30 - Place inside your bra, Johnso ...
Last Update 12.12.2013 14:23
Customer Johnson's Breast Pads Reviews (32)
by - written on 13/01/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Since giving birth to my son 11 months ago I can comfortably (and uncomfortably in some cases) say I have tried every pad on the market. I was blessed (in my baby's opinion) to have one breast which was overactive and so buying alot of pads was a must. Other pads left me itchy, sore, didn't work, fitted oddly under my bra and were just plain useless. Until I found these in their pretty pink box! Overview The pads themselves feel reassuringly luxurious for a pad and are padded wonderfully. I like that they don't rustle when you handle them or feel like a mattress protector when you place them in your bra. They come in a box of 30 and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/10, updated on 16/09/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
There are all sorts of options for new mums when it comes to finding a way to combat leaks once your milk arrives. There are re-usable washable pads that you can buy, muslin squares are another option and many of the baby bottle manufacturers also have their own brands of pads on the market. Johnson's Breast Pads are a simple and effective product that work well and are comfortable to wear. They are available for between £2.69 and £3.49 depending on where you buy from and come in a box which contains 30 pads. I have found they work well and are better than many rivals brands. ********************************************************** The good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Leaky boobs and wet patches is not a good look so luckily for me I discovered nursing pads from Johnsons. Since having my daughter two weeks ago I have been blessed with this little problem, I say blessed because I love being able to feed her myself and will put up with all the "wet" side effects that this comes with!! I actually received a sample of these breast pads whilst in hospital and was very glad of the recommendation. They are said to be even more absorbent with advanced leakage protection, a unique contour shape with a non slip adhesive strip. Breast pads are basically absorbent pads that fit inside your bra and soak up all the breast milk ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 180 readings)
Why this product ****************** When I decide I was going to breastfeed my son one of the essentials for me was to have good breast pads or nursing pads depending on which term you prefer. The reason you need these especially in the first few months is: as your milk comes in there is often the inevitable leaks. This is especially true if baby has napped longer and is late for a feed or you hear a baby cry and your body responded with the milk. If you have a good breast pad the only person that will know you have had a leak is you rather than having embarrassing patches on your tops for the world to see. I have tried several makes of breast pad and found the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/00, updated on 05/09/00 (Very useful, 30 readings)
With 9 months of extensive research I can confirm that these are the best breat pads avaliable. They are more expensive than the rest but there are head and shoulder above the rest as far as quality is concerned. When you first started breastfeeding you can leak alot of milk, the waterproof backing on the "others" may make you feel sore. Because of this they need to be changed more regularly. Johnsons fit well and because they are shaped if you are a little sore they don't just stick to your skin and don't show undernith your clothes. I have tried the cheaper ones but I would never buy or recommend any other brand. ... Read the complete review
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