Busy moms with a new baby need to be prepared for anything. Dr. Brown's washable breast pads effectively absorb moisture and prevent leakage through clothing. Reusable nursing pads wash clean in the washing machine for use again and again. Designed with 4 layers of ultra-soft 100% cotton fabric, these cotton breast pads are super comfortable as well as convenience. These breastfeeding pads come in a pack of 4 pads. Made in the USA.
I love these. I was looking for 100% cotton, which is hard to find, then I found these. I don’t want synthetic material, but I do wear disposables sometimes. These cotton pads are easy to wash and wear well. Comfortable. I throw them in a lingerie bag with laundry.
Stick to nipples and is hard to remove them without causing damage to nipples, I blame these for my decreasing milk supply because they hurt me so bad I had to introduce formula to my son to take a breaks from breastfeeding. nipple soreness was unbearable when breastfeeding due to the damage caused by these pads.
These are awful! If you like the idea of rubbing sandpaper over your sore nipples after nursing, these are for you! They are terribly uncomfortable. Also when you wash them they come out like little crinkled balls of sandpaper, who has time to iron their nursing pads with an infant? Skip this product and buy bamboobies!!
I bought these thinking they would be absorbent enough for me. Dr. Brown's normally has very good products. I'm not a heavy leaker. I washed them as instructed on the box. Withing 24 hours, my nipples were rubbed raw. It's been terrible!! They did not leak through my clothing but it felt like I had on a soggy pad. I would NOT recommend these pads if your nipples have ANY feeling left in them! I used Lansinoh disposables before I bought these and I am definitely going back to them even though they are more expensive.
Wore these one night, woke up 6 hours later with the pad soaked and my bra was soaked as well. Waste of money. The disposable ones I have found work much better. Plus these hurt your nipples if you are at all sore, they stick and are not as soft as the disposables.