Super-absorbent with leak-proof protective backing to stop embarrassing leaks
Uniquely designed for sensitive skin with flirty lace pattern
Great for on-the-go convenience
Made with comfortable and ultra-soft bamboo fiber
120 individually-wrapped pads with two sticky adhesive tabs to keep them securely in place
Pattern: Solid, no pattern applied
Disposability: Do not flush
Product Diameter: 6.5 inches
Material: Textile 1: Rayon from Bamboo
Package Quantity: 120
Product Thickness: .5 inches
Care & Cleaning: Disposable
Item Number (DPCI): 030-05-8568
Great for on-the-go convenience - bamboobies EcoPure Bamboo Disposable Nursing Pads are made with super soft bamboo fiber to help keep you comfortable. These pads are chlorine, latex and fragrance free making them great for sensitive skin. The unique bamboo viscose top layer is soft on the skin, while the pads are ultra-absorbent and more breathable than standard pads' plastic lining, keeping sensitive skin healthier. Breastfeeding moms can wear bamboobies EcoPure Bamboo Disposable Nursing Pads with comfort and confidence.
These are by far my favorite nursing pads! I am a new mom and I couldn’t get used to the feeling of having pads in my bra. They were itchy, uncomfortable, and I hated wearing them. If you have to wear them all the time, especially when you go to sleep, you want to be comfortable and not Have worry about them. Once I found bamboobies, that all changed!! These are MUCH softer and WAY more comfortable than medela or lansinoh breast pads. No more itching and I can barely tell they’re there. I actually have a full box of my other lansinoh breast pads that I refuse to wear cause the difference is that extreme. Definitely 10/10 recommend these OVER ALL!!
If I could give less than one star I would. The absorbency is TERRIBLE. They leave me feeling extremely wet and smell bad when they are soaked. Definitely do not recommend if you leak a lot like I currently do at almost 4 weeks. Not worth it at all.
They are very good on tender nipples, but I’m still in the beginning of my milk flow, and I personally don’t feel like they hold much. Unlike other breast pads you can feel the wetness. They haven’t leaked or burst due to the milk, but my breast feel wet. I have to change them in the middle of the night if I want to sleep comfortably. With that being said, they don’t leave an odor quickly when your milk begins to leak. Other pads such as Lansinoh have left a foul odor on my breast, which I can imagine isn’t to pleasant for the baby. I believe once my flow is on a schedule and doesn’t leak as frequently this brand should be more than fine. My issue will reoccur once I begin to wean my infant though. (End of breastfeeding). I have 1 or 2 more brands to try before I commit to these. The brand I use to use is no longer sold, so given the options that I’ve used, I’d say this is the best one so far.