Our HPA® Lanolin provides the safest, most effective relief for breastfeeding moms experiencing nipple soreness. Apply a pea-sized amount after each feeding to soothe and protect sore, dry nipples.
Our cream was carefully designed to be a 100% natural, single-ingredient product, which means it’s safe for both mom and baby and contains no additives or preservatives. HPA® Lanolin is hypoallergenic and we are proud to be the #1 recommended nipple cream by lactation consultants and doctors in the US.
Learn why HPA® Lanolin is a makeup bag essential here!
Our HPA® Lanolin provides the safest, most effective relief for breastfeeding moms experiencing nipple soreness.
- #1 recommended nipple cream by Lactation Consultants and doctors in the US.
- Soothes and protects sore nipples.
- Safe for mom and baby, no need to remove before breastfeeding.
- 100% natural, hypoallergenic, and preservative free.
- Proprietary refining process ensures a high quality product.
Do I have to remove Lansinoh HPA® Lanolin prior to breastfeeding? Lansinoh HPA® Lanolin does not need to be removed prior to breastfeeding because of the intensive purification process that is used. We do recommend applying it after breastfeeding instead of before so that it has some time to absorb into your skin.
Does Lanolin contain any preservatives? Lansinoh HPA® Lanolin does not contain preservatives or additives of any kind (including BHT).
How is Lansinoh HPA® Lanolin different from other lanolins? There are many grades of lanolin ranging from a crude industrial grade to our ultra-pure medical grade. Lansinoh HPA lanolin has been refined by a patented process to remove allergenic components (the free lanolin alcohols, environmental impurities like pesticide residues and detergents. Because of the purity of Lansinoh HPA lanolin, it does not have to be removed prior to breastfeeding.
Lansinoh HPA® Lanolin stained my clothing or bedding, is the stain removable? The best thing to do is to treat it like a grease stain before washing and use any products you can that contain a grease-fighting agent. First you should spot treat the stain; we would recommend using a grease-fighting dishwashing liquid (like Dawn), as we have learned over the years that it works very well for this. Then, you should soak it, the longer the better, overnight if you can in either hot water or some type of soaking agent like Biz. Finally, wash the stain, as normal and it should come out.