HPA Lanolin Minis Nipple Cream - 3 x 7ml
Lansinoh's HPA Lanolin nipple cream provides relief to sore and cracked nipples by healing them without the formation of scabs or crusts.
- Ethically sourced
- 100% Natural
- No Need to Remove Before Feeding
- No Preservatives
- Soothes Chapped Lips
Apply to the nipple after each feeding or more if necessary. Dry the nipples with a clean cloth.
With clean hands, soften the value of a pea of cream between the fingers and apply it all over the nipple.
If needed, apply a small amount of lanolin cream to the center of the disposable nursing pad.
Lansinoh HPA® Lanolin is composed of an ultra-purified grade of lanolin which has been refined using a unique process. It is safe for both mum and baby, with no need to remove before breastfeeding.
100 per cent natural without any preservatives or additives, it is naturally hypoallergenic. It is also the only lanolin product to have received the British Allergy Foundation Seal of Approval.
Lansinoh is committed to making the safest, purest lanolin for nursing mothers. To do this, we ethically source our lanolin from New Zealand, which is well known for its clean, green environment. We support small farms and never test on animals.
Finally, our unique refining process delivers an ultra-pure, single ingredient lanolin, with no preservatives, parabens, fragrance, or taste.
These are the most common questions we are asked by mothers about this product.
Our lanolin does not have a use by date, it contains no water so bacteria cannot grow in it. However it should be used within 12 months of opening the tube.
The Lanolin Nipple Cream is intended for breastfeeding moms experiencing nipple soreness. It can also be used during pregnancy to ease dryness and maintain soft, supple skin. Lanolin is also great for dry lips, elbows, heels, and more.
The best thing to do is to treat the Lanolin stain like a grease stain prior to washing. If the item has already been washed and dried, it will be more difficult to remove the stain. Since lanolin is an organic ester; the stain will eventually come out, but it may take a special effort. First, spot treat the stain; it is recommended to use a grease-fighting dishwashing liquid (like Dawn), as this has shown to be quite effective for removing the stains. Next, soak the item, the longer the better, overnight if possible, in either hot water or some type of stain removing pre-treater. Finally, wash the stain as normal and it should come out.