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Closer to Nature Breast Pads

3 reviews
Breast Pads

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Parent Reviews and Comments
The only thing good about these was their softness. Provlems i had included: -Not enough glue to stick to bra, so every time I pulled bra down to feed baby it moved and crinkled up. Which resulted in leaks and having to change pads each time they stuck to themselves. - Was not very absorbant, for someone with lots of milj, like myself, there are lots of leak - the pads are packaged separately and not in pairs, which means i have to open two pack each time. The plastic covering them needs to be pulled tightly with both hands. Not very convenient for new mothers.
I recently tried these after my local chemist were out of my regular brand.

They are expensive despite doing the same job as the cheap brands, I will admit they are soft but the cons definitely outweigh that.

They do not stay put. resulting in way to many leaks.
Expensive - I think I paid around $13 for 24.
The plastic is a pain in the bum to open, with a baby on my side it is hard to open with one hand.
When they do happen to stay in one place, the absorbency level is low.

I wont buy these again.
I've tried a few different brands of breast pads, and these are my favourite. They are so soft and super absorbent!


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