Tommee Tippee Disposable Breast Pads Reviews
Product Type: Tommee Tippee kids equipment
Description:Manufacturer: Tommee Tippee / Type: Breast Pads
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Customer Tommee Tippee Disposable Breast Pads Reviews (21)
by - written on 26/07/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
A breastfeeding essential I have found over the years of feeding both of my son's is a good breast pad. This is especially true in the early days as you often become engorged as your milk comes in. However even after this I still regularly wear them as often the let-down reflex for me is triggered in the other breast to which he is feeding from and also occasionally if he has slept longer than my body thinks he should have done and is ready for a feed I will have some leakage too. With these points in mind a breast pad for me has several essential criteria. One to stay in place, two to be absorbent, and finally to be comfortable to wear. I personally find these pads fail Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 13/07/12, updated on 13/07/12
I both breastfeed and bottle feed (expressed milk) and I've been using these pads for a good six months now - I used them everyday in the last month or so of my pregnancy and I have been using them daily since my five month old daughter Erin was born. This brand of breast pads was reccommended to me by my midwife and I am quite happy to reccommend them to other mums/mums to be as they're affordable and they do the job! These breast pads, like all breast pads absorb any milk that leaks out of the nipple, so they prevent any embarrassment/self consciousness and there's no worry of looking down and realising that I have two big wet patches on my front - I've had nightmares . Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/10 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I have breast fed all 3 of my children and the Tommee Tippee breast pads are definitely my favourite. The pads are usually sold in packs of 50 and come packaged in a cardboard box. Each pad come individually wrapped in a thin cellophane packet, so they are easy to keep in your handbag or change bag and you know they are staying clean and fresh. Each pad is just over 4 inches in diameter and quite thin - about 1/5 of an inch at the most. The top layer of the pad (the side that touches your skin) is beautifully soft. It feels like a very smooth cotton wool next to your skin. The underside of the pad has a slightly rougher texture ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/10 (Very useful, 13 readings)
Having breast fed my first son for one year I had plenty of time to explore various options when it came to breast pads. I've tried everything from washable to those plastic ones that stop you leaking everywhere, needless to say they were all found wanting, which is why I continued chopping and changing until I found these. I saw Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Breast Pads in Tesco and they were reduced, which made me hesitate. If they were a good product then why were they reduced? Was it likely that they would be neither use nor ornament? I'd tried many others and decided that bigger meant better and they were a big name so I bought them. When ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Tommee Tippee Disposable Breast Pads are pretty expensive; a £5 box of 50 makes them about 10p each. But when your nipples feel like they've been through a mangle and your bras already feel a bit tight when your boobs are the size of balloons, these soft and thin breast pads are very hard to beat. Because they are wrapped in pairs, they are easy to bung in your handbag / changing bag when you go out, but it also means that if you find that you only need to change one, you need to break into a new pair. Apparently you are supposed to change pads at each feed to prevent bacteria growing and giving you infections (like thrush), but to be honest, I change mine ... Read the complete review
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