Lansinoh Nipple Cream - For Breast Feeding Mothers £6.50 @ Morrisons - HotUKDeals
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Hi, this is my first post on here, but my Wife thinks all you new Mums out there need to know about this. Morrisons are selling this for £6.50 - rrp £9.95.

You can of course get this on prescription, but this is still a good deal. Please feel free to pass comment on anything i've done wrong here. Thanks for reading.

Lansinoh Nipple Cream

Lansinoh is the world's purest lanolin and has been specifically developed for the treatment of sore and cracked nipples alongside help with positioning and attachment
(often the underlying cause of sore nipples).

Lansinoh HPA® Lanolin has received the endorsement of the British Allergy Foundation by being awarded its Seal of Approval. This confirms that Lansinoh HPA® Lanolin is more suitable for allergy sufferers as it has been scientifically proven to reduce exposure to allergens.
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#1
On prescription would it not be free ?
#2
Yeah, get your midwife to say you need it (Which they will do as they are trying to promote it), and you can get it for free.
#3
queenlush
On prescription would it not be free ?


Precisely.:thumbsup:
#4
Kamillosan is really good too and your midwife will prescribe it for you.
#5
You wouldn't get it for free if you were a football player suffering from nipple chafing!
#6
My midwife never gave me a prescription for this!! She did reccommend it though so its a good price if you have to buy it - obv not as good as free:)
#7
Warm Olive oil is the best thing for them UU

My wife swore by it when she was nursing

I obviously could not comment from a male perspective but certainly seemed to go on easy enough......:whistling:
#8
My Midwife/Dr wouldn't prescribe this only recommend it!

It is very good though and I would recommend it better than the rest of the stuff on the market, it cost nearer to £10 when I was breastfeeding.

Definately Hot!!!
#9
So I use this to breast feed my mum??
#10
Just remember this is virtually pure lanolin, so if you have sensitve skin when using certain soaps you may be allergic.

Not somewhere you wanna be rubbing it into if your allergic !


Very good for dry and cracked skin on heals though, miracle cure for that.
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Bittie...
#12
From a worried husbands point of view worrying about the sensitive skin issue that was mentioned and what might it have on the wifes nips do you think it would be ethical to ask if you could try rubbing it on the midwife first..........:?
#13
Celticsun
Just remember this is virtually pure lanolin, so if you have sensitve skin when using certain soaps you may be allergic.

Not somewhere you wanna be rubbing it into if your allergic !


Very good for dry and cracked skin on heals though, miracle cure for that.


This is the purest lanolin EVER, it's the only nipple cream I found on the market that you don't have to wash off before you can feed your baby (washing cream off and already sore nipple is cringingly sore & defeats the purpose)

More often than not it's the imprurities in lanolin you find that you are alergic too and not the lanolin it's self (as with aloe vera) in fact if you read the actual web site it states :

[I]The allergen responsible for lanolin sensitivity is present in the free lanolin alcohol portion of lanolin. Our unique process reduces the free lanolin alcohol proportion to below 1.5% – other grades of medical lanolin are only able to guarantee a maximum of 6% free lanolin alcohols.[Lansinoh HPA® Lanolin, the world's safest, purest lanolin specifically developed to soothe and protect sore and cracked nipples in breastfeeding women, has received the endorsement of the British Allergy Foundation by being awarded its Seal of Approval. This confirms that Lansinoh HPA® Lanolin is more suitable for allergy sufferers as it has been scientifically proven to reduce exposure to allergens. In a clinical trial conducted amongst a lanolin sensitive population, Lansinoh HPA® Lanolin showed 0% allergic reaction.
/I]


I can WHOLE HEARTEDLY recommend this and will be stocking up as we're expecting baby number 5# and this stuff is THE BEST !!! I have also found 101 uses for in other than breast feeding, cracked heals, kiddies with sore noses due to the cold, cracked lips etc etc

Oh and I'd argue about being able to be prescribed that would be a post code lottery I think there is no way I'd get prescribed it in our area in scotland, midwives won't even endorse or recommend a product and only spoke of it and how wonderful it was once I'd discovered it with baby number #4 , having given up breastfeeding due to pain and cracks 3 times previously - they SHOULD be recommending it but they aren't !!

Def. HOT HOT HOT

Happy
#14
my midwife recomended this offered me some small sachets but didnt say i culd get this free i paid just under £10 for it in boots, worked withing 24hours and i have used it since i use it for cracked heels as well its fab i have bought 2 tubes for £10 so i will defo be stocking up on this brill for the kids knees if they fall over too

hot deal !
#15
voted hot thank you.:)
#16
Hot from me!

My doctor/midwife would not prescribe so I had to pay a tenner, by far and away the best product for cracked nipples. Also great for chapped lips, cracked heels and for lanolising wool wraps for reusable nappies!
suspended#17
This is a great price. Had my baby 6 days ago and was desperate so paid 10 pounds for this in my chemist.

It really is briliant though , good find :thumbsup:
#18
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:thumbsup: :-D
banned#19
Any photos of it in use?
#20
This is half price in sainsburys at the moment as part of their half price offers on wipes and baby toiletries, cant find it online but saw it instore earlier today
#21
sofigonzalez
This is half price in sainsburys at the moment as part of their half price offers on wipes and baby toiletries, cant find it online but saw it instore earlier today


Yep, I saw this in Sainsbury's half price, think it was just over £4 :thumbsup:
#22
hi
i'm a midwife and this is the only cream at present that we all recommend... seems good price also.
#23
This is one of the few products worth buying in Sainsbury's half price baby offers when they come around. When on offer there it is priced at £4.99. I have no idea whether Sainsburys are currently running such a baby event., so this is a good deal. I paid £10 for it at the local pharmacy when we needed it though. I was somewhat doubtful that a tube of anything could be worth £10, but that shows what I know :-)
#24
ttocswahs
Yeah, get your midwife to say you need it (Which they will do as they are trying to promote it), and you can get it for free.


what does your midwife have to do with it? surely your Dr would be the one prescribing it? :?
#25
toonarmani
what does your midwife have to do with it? surely your Dr would be the one prescribing it? :?


If your midwife/health visitor is a nurse prescriber, she can prescribe it herself. I know this is true in Scotland at least. Not only doctors prescribe.
#26
therealslimkaty
If your midwife/health visitor is a nurse prescriber, she can prescribe it herself. I know this is true in Scotland at least. Not only doctors prescribe.


ours said that the best treatment is to extract a little more breast milk once feeding has finished and wipe this around the sore area :thumbsup:
#27
my midwife did not recommend anything other than breast milk it self.. lol

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