Why breastfeeding mums need Silverette Nursing Cups

Silverette Nursing Cups may soothe, protect and repair the nipple at all stages of the breastfeeding or pumping journey. Read Silverette Nursing Cup reviews, find out how to use them and where to buy Silverette Nursing Cups in Australia here. Silverette Nursing Cups for breastfeeding mothers shop online at Biome Sore nipples are very common during breastfeeding and can often be a result of an uncomfortable position of the baby at the breast. As mothers address the cause of the issue through professional support, wearing Silverette Nursing Cups between feeds may provide relief, and repair the nipple through contact with the natural silver. This is because silver is known to have antimicrobial, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory benefits and Silverette Nursing Cups have been designed to harness the precious metal's benefits. Silverette is made from 925 silver, the purest solid silver that can be moulded into a shape, and is 100% nickel free. Silverette is safe for mothers and babies, and are the only silver nursing cups that can be reused indefinitely, so can continue to be used if you decide to grow your family. Read on to find out how to use and care for them and what other nursing mums think. [pswp_products ids="28860,33286"]

Silverette Nursing Cup reviews

Absolute must for breastfeeding
"Wow! These cups are amazing and definitely a must if breastfeeding. I put these on every time in between feeds and they just help with the healing process. I was about to give up on breastfeeding due to very sore, red nipples but as soon as I put these I could feel the relief and could continue breastfeeding. Love how they're reusable! Definitely worth the investment." - Andrea

Healed my sore nipples when nothing else did

"Had some nipple trauma from breastfeeding and I was so sore that I was stinging when fabric brushed against it. I bought this out of desperation but I'm so glad it helped me recover. It acted as a protective barrier but also helped to heal my cracks. It's quite easy to clean as well. I wish others knew about this too — I even recommended it to my maternal health nurse! It is a bit pricey, but when you're breastfeeding often with pain, it's worth the dollars."

When to start using Silverette Nursing Cups

It is recommended to start wearing Silverette nursing cups during the lactation period, between feeds, as a preventative measure. For some this could be before baby is born, but starting anytime will provide relief. Studies on natural silver has shown the precious metal to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and antibacterial benefits. Skin contact with the silver has helped provide relief and repair of the nipple skin at any stage of the breastfeeding journey.

How to wear them

To wear, pop Silverette nursing cups directly over the nipple, under the nursing bra. If wearing absorbent breast pads, place these over Silverette, not under them. Silverette Nursing Cups to soothe sore cracked nipples from breastfeeding

How to clean them

To keep your Silverette nursing cups clean, between feeds, rinse with warm water to remove any residue. To keep them shiny, combine a little bicarbonate soda and water to make a paste and rub over the cups. Rinse thoroughly then dry. The nursing cups are also dishwasher safe. Please do not use disinfectant. Disinfectants could potentially damage the silver. [pswp_products ids="32751,23128"]

How to choose the right size

Silverette Nursing Cups come in two sizes - regular and extra large. Use the below as a guide to help you choose the right size for you. Choose regular if the dimension of your areola measures up to 4.5cm and your current bra size is a C cup or less. Choose extra large if the dimension of your areola measures above 4.5cm and your current bra size is above a C cup. Silverette Nursing Cups Sizes Shop Silverette Nursing Cups at Biome here >



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