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Johnson's Baby Nursing Pads 36 ea

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Johnson's Baby Nursing Pads, 36 ea
 
3.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Best nursing pads ever

By Teacup

from Upstate NY

describe yourself Parent of Two or More Children

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Portable
  • Safe For Baby

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Breastfeeding

    Comments about Johnson's Baby Nursing Pads, 36 ea:

    These are the only nursing pads I will use. I have tried many brands and have been nursing since 2005. These are the softest, gentlest, and will not flip over or come out of place. I love these!!

     
    4.0

    Best I've found

    By Mom in ND

    from ND

    Pros

    • Effective
    • Keeps Away Moisture
    • Soft

    Cons

    • Not Big Enough

    Best Uses

      Comments about Johnson's Baby Nursing Pads, 36 ea:

      I was using Lansinoh but they would leave my skin moist. These are better. The only thing is they are not quite big enough, the lansinoh is a better size. There is no perfect nursing pad I have found, these are the best option available.

       
      1.0

      DO NOT USE THESE! These ...

      By Lisa

      from Arcadia, CA

      Comments about Johnson's Baby Nursing Pads, 36 ea:

      DO NOT USE THESE! These pads are not sealed correctly on the edges and tiny pieces of the gel core come out onto your breasts. The first time that it happened, I thought that it was just a one-time thing. Then I placed new pads in and it happened again! I even found some pieces on my baby's mouth. I mentioned what happened to my friend who also uses them and she noticed the same thing. If you want pads with a gel core, try Lansinoh. If not, the Johnson's contoured pads are great and really soft, but they don't have an adhesive strip.

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