Engorged breast? Painful breasts or blocked ducts? Try these.
Comfortable Breast Pads that can be chilled or heated to bring relief and comfort to your breasts.
Warm & Cool Mumasil Breast Therapy Packs
Cold Packs can be helpful to sooth painful swollen breast while the same pads can be warmed in water or a microwave to encourage left down and help shift blocked ducts. This product is helpful from the beginning to the end of breastfeeding journeys.
Mumasil we’ve designed warm and cold packs that shape around your breast and sit comfortably inside your bra. They provide soothing relief and ease discomfort associated with breast pain. They can also be used in tandem with your Mumasil Breast Milk Saver or breast pump to help encourage a let-down when feeding.
The breast packs are safe and non toxic and include two soft breast pack covers for greater comfort on the skin. The covers also feature a clip that will hold the packs in place around your Mumasil Breast Milk Saver or breast pump.
Instructions For Use:
For Heat Therapy/Hot Compress
Insert the breast pack in the cover before microwaving and heat using the following microwave guide.
700 Watts: 15 secs | 1000 Watts: 12 secs | 1250 Watts: 10 secs
Additional heating in 3 second increments only until desired temperature is achieved. It is important that you do no overheat the breast pack as this can damage the gel beads.
Place a room temperature pack in hot water (around 80C) for approximately 3-5 minutes or until desired temperature is reached.
For Cold Therapy/Cold Compress
Place the breast pack in the freezer for at least one hour prior to use.
How to Use With your Mumasil Breast Milk Saver or Breast Pump
The Mumasil Warm and Cool Breast Packs can be attached to the outside of your breast pump flanges or the flange on your Mumasil Breast Milk Saver. Simply place your breast pack inside the breast pack cover and heat as per heating guidelines. Wrap the Mumasil breast pack around the outside of the breast pump flanges and use the press stud to clip the Mumasil breast pack into place. The warmth from the breast pack encourages a letdown and milk flow when pumping.