Sort out your breastfeeding nipples with vegan nursing cream, oil or balm.

Any oil which is edible to babies could be used for sensitive nipples.  You could look in the kitchen or try a plain carrier oil.  I used almond and coconut, but not for that long.  I do remember often putting a load on before leaving the house, as this meant it wouldn't immediately be sucked off by baby... It was suggested to one of my friends that she put olive oil on a breast pad and wear this to prevent blisters.  The nipple cream tube available in health food shops tends to contain beeswax (cera alba) or sheep's wool (lanolin).

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You & Oil

aqua, butyrospermum parkii butter, sorbitan olivate, cetearyl olivate, squalene, coco-caprylate, cannabis sativa seed oil, hemp oil, olea europaee (olive) oil, helianthus annuus seed oil, glycerin, tocopherol, caprylhydroxanic,glyceryl caprylate, menthol, aloe barbadensis leaf juice powder, xanthan gum, algin, wintergreen oil, helichrysum italicum oil, elettaria cardamomum seed oil, citrus nobilis peel oil, chamomilla recutita oil.

Planet Organic

Weleda Nursing Oil

'Designed to have a positive effect on the whole breastfeeding process, and can be used for regular breast massage.'  A regular breast massage is a way to help the milk flow to relieve blockages.

Nature's Health Box

Orga Naturals Argon Oil

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Organic argon oil

Good Bubble

Organic Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil

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Organic shea butter

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