Lansinoh nipple cream! £6.65 at Sainsburys!
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Lansinoh nipple cream! £6.65 at Sainsburys!

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Found 6th Jul 2013
Godsend according to breastfeeders! Usually £9.99!
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que the puns

No good for the missus then.

This is amazing if you're breastfeeding - a little goes a long way - it also works really well for nappy rash.

Original Poster

I'm due in November so invested in a tube.

This is the best for soreness there maybe others which are cheaper but they don't work half as well!

great price. a must for nursing mums. cheap ones not worth the money.

I'm sure you can get this free on prescription.

dotty4deals

I'm sure you can get this free on prescription.


you can yeah but like some mums to be on here they cant get it till they had baby and then you dont want to be in agony while waiting for the prescription.... worth every penny.

mamaoftwo

you can yeah but like some mums to be on here they cant get it till they … you can yeah but like some mums to be on here they cant get it till they had baby and then you dont want to be in agony while waiting for the prescription.... worth every penny.



Oh definitely. I used it with my daughter, and will be using it again come August. Worth buying at this price and using as a prevention.

One of the best things I ever bought with my first little girl, it's an absolute miracle in a tube, how it helps things heal and feel so much better and so quick, ill never know, but I'm so pleased I discovered it and I've still got half a tube left even after I used it again for my second daughter. so worth every penny and at that price.. hot hot hot!!!

and to be able to leave on whilst feeding is great .

Just had a baby and definitely wouldnt be without it! I paid £9.99 so at this price voted hot from me, good find.

This is great stuff, my wife used this just after starting to breastfeed, I posted another deal when it was £6.66 at tesco a while back so a penny cheaper, though you will get the tight **** saying you can get it on prescription. Heat added.

Banned

Buy this for the wife and offer your help?

oldbillbailey

que the puns



The OP is only trying to keep us abreast of the latest deals and offers. No need for puns. Very childish

MrsC23

This is amazing if you're breastfeeding - a little goes a long way - it … This is amazing if you're breastfeeding - a little goes a long way - it also works really well for nappy rash.



It is amazing as a lip balm too

Bitty!

Fantastic stuff, worth the full price so this is a cracking deal! Heat added

Banned

Apparently it's just like Viagra if you put it on your deck as the Kiwis say

Banned

Why these idiots post this kinda deal in the 1st place

Banned

Possibly post-natal women with painful nipples through breast-feeding?

Or people who recognise a) the problem b) the deal?

Just a guess.

Cracking deal

Original Poster

Aberfal - to put it simply because I thought it might help new/expectant mothers like myself it is also a 1/3 off regular price which in my books make it a good deal.

It's pretty simple...

Banned

Aberfal come here & let me pinch your nipples nice & painful so that you can empathise?

Willing to apply this for women free of charge! (men is £5 per nip)

NO BURGER NIPPLES ALLOWED!

It's good to use on open cuts anywhere.

aberfal

Why these idiots post this kinda deal in the 1st place






what a strange comment, obviously single with no children !

No joking, but would this be useful for joggers nipple?

For healing then yes. It's really great stuff. I've used it on cracked toes, cuts, patches of dry skin.

madball

No joking, but would this be useful for joggers nipple?

should imagine so, my wifes nipples were causing our newborn to vomit blood (sorry, gruesome I know, but illustrative) so should work fine, but should imagine vaseline or small round plasters would work out cheaper for you.

You can't get this brand on prescription as my dr told me buy it
Which I already had done anyway
Our local pharmacy were sellin them for £3.33
So worth keeping an eye out as that's a bargain price

mrner01

should imagine so, my wifes nipples were causing our newborn to vomit … should imagine so, my wifes nipples were causing our newborn to vomit blood (sorry, gruesome I know, but illustrative) so should work fine, but should imagine vaseline or small round plasters would work out cheaper for you.

Already used Vaseline, and it helps, but doesn't make too much of a difference. and being hairy chested plasters aren't exactly adhesive to me...lol.

hana3164

You can't get this brand on prescription as my dr told me buy it Which I … You can't get this brand on prescription as my dr told me buy it Which I already had done anywayOur local pharmacy were sellin them for £3.33So worth keeping an eye out as that's a bargain price


my friend got this brand on prescription but drs dnt give it out too freely as it expensive.

adamwilson13

The OP is only trying to keep us abreast of the latest deals and offers. … The OP is only trying to keep us abreast of the latest deals and offers. No need for puns. Very childish

lol, you used bold on abreast. At least you didn't milk it.

This is fantastic stuff, I used it when breast feeding both babies and it really does work!
I tried to get some on prescription when I had my second baby but was told they didn't do it or anything similar on prescription at my surgery, so to get it at this price would have been great. Heat added

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Also useful for long distance rubbing where an undertop is a no go in this heat!

Fantastic stuff - worth buying if you're breastfeeding!
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