Reusable Nursing Pad Reviews and Recommendations

Washable nursing pads save money and cut down on waste. How many disposable pads does the average woman toss before her breastfeeding days are behind her? There’s really no “average woman” in this case. Some women don’t leak at all between feedings, and therefore have little need for nursing pads. Others leak the entire time they are breastfeeding, even once the child starts eating solid foods and the constant need for nursing dies down.

The LANAcare wool nursing pads review was one of our earliest Green Baby Guide posts. If you’re considering washable nursing pads, there are three main options: cotton, wool, and silicone. I chose wool for its absorbent and antibacterial properties. Unlike cotton, wool doesn’t feel cold and wet, so there’s less discomfort while wearing the pads, even if they’re soaked.
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