No Time for Sore Nipples

Advanced Therapeutic Ointment

No time for sore nipples


$15.99

When you have a hungry baby to take care of, it’s hard to think about taking care of yourself. But don’t worry! We’re thinking of you while you’re focused on the little one. Mom of 11 Kids’ No Time for Sore Nipples Advanced Therapeutic Ointment is made with five all-natural premium butters and oils blended with organic beeswax and is hypo-allergenic, making it completely safe for you and your baby. No Time for Sore Nipples’ triple-action formulation works quickly to soothe, calm, and relieve damaged skin. Plus, our products never contain artificial dyes, fragrances, steroids, parabens, petrolatum, or phthalates, so you only get the high-quality ingredients your skin needs. Use prenatally to condition the skin prior to breastfeeding.

Size: 2 oz Tube

Product Description

  • Triple action formula softens, calms, and repairs skin
  • Safe for ingestion
  • Lanolin-free
  • Hypo-allergenic and dermatologist tested
  • All-natural, plant-based ingredients
  • Safe for sensitive skin
  • Doctor recommended
  • Never(!) tested on animals
  • Made in the USA
  • No unnecessary chemicals, parabens, steroids, phthalates, artificial fragrance, artificial dyes, mineral oil, petrolatum, soy, gluten, dairy, or potentially harmful preservatives

Ingredients

Cotton Seed Oil, Beeswax (organic), Mango Butter, Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil

How To

Directions:
No Time for Sore Nipples ointment should be applied after each breastfeeding session. Pat your nipples dry and apply a small amount to the entire nipple area. Does not have to be removed prior to breastfeeding. Apply before showering to protect skin from drying shampoo and soap. Can be used prenatally to condition your nipples prior to breastfeeding.

Precautions:
For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. If any adverse reaction develops, stop use and consult your physician. Store at room temperature, 15˚C to 30˚C (59˚F to 86˚F).

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