Milk Diaper Review and Giveaway!

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My milk supply has always been over abundant and leaking isn't quite the word I would use when I have a let down! For this reason, Lansinoh disposable breast pads have always been my pad of choice for nursing. They are thin, yet absorb quite a bit. The downside is that of course they are disposable and can get pretty expensive, compared to other nursing pad brands. I have tried many re-usable breast pads, however they never absorb enough and are usually too bulky.


Recently I came across Milk Diapers (isn't it a cute name!). They are re-usable, cloth nursing pads which get softer the more you launder them and DO NOT shrink! These have truly been lifesavers for me. They come in a variety of styles and thicknesses. 4 layer pads with or without lace, 5 layer pads and moisture guard pads which include a layer of terry backed polyurethane laminate. The laminate is porous and thus allows moisture and air to evaporate through. I love the fact that I am helping the environment, saving money and supporting a home-based business.

After testing these pads I preferred the moisture guard for my heavy leaking needs. They are thicker than the 4 layer pads, however conform to the shape of your breast as the rest of the pads do. For women who don't leak as much or are nursing an older infant, the 4 layer pads would definitely be sufficient.

Some information from their website:

* Softly Contoured
* Conforms to changing breast size
* Extra layers where you need it
* Dart supportive to nipple

SPECIAL SELECTION OF FABRICS:

* To offer the best breathable air flow, allowing a normal healthier climate.
* Soft fabrics adjust to changing breast size and cling to the cup of the bra
* Twice pre-shrunk for no awkward surprises.
* 100% Breathable Cottons
* Easy to Wash and Reuse
* No unhealthy Moisture Barrier

ABSORBENCY / SOAKS:

* You bet your baby booties!
* Works WITH the milk leak
* Discreet changes keep your clothes dry

DESIGNED BY A 5-TIME MOTHER:

* Business owner for over 27 years
* Was able to test designs while nursing
* Sensitive lactating breasts require careful attention.
* The designer became very familiar with health recommendations for breastcare.

*Recommended by Health Care Professionals AND moms!

Milk diapers has generously offered to send 1 lucky winner a set of 6, 4 layer milk diapers in either cream or white (your choice). All you have to do to enter the giveaway is leave a comment with your color preference! I will randomly select and announce the winner on April 14th. Tweet about this post, let me know, and you will receive one bonus entry!

15 comments:

Desiree Fawn said...

Oh I would love to win! I've been going through boxes of the lansinoh breast pads like CRAZY but they are the only ones that have worked for me -- without them I wake up in the morning in a cold puddle :)
Oh, and I suppose my colour preference would be cream ^_^

Talina said...

How cool! I would love the win the white ones... Re-usable is way better than disposable, great idea.

Talina said...

Also, just tweeted the giveaway:
http://twitter.com/GiveawayQueen/status/1458068908

Reiza said...

I would go with cream.
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Amy said...

I would love to win the cream ones. I have such leaking issues and never found anything that I really liked. If I liked them for leaking purposes, it didn't seem to conform to my breasts.

Talina said...

Just tweeted the giveaway again:
http://twitter.com/GiveawayQueen/status/1465827055

Talina said...

Just tweeted:
http://twitter.com/GiveawayQueen/status/1480521175

Chelsey said...

I would like to win the cream ones. I spent so much in disposables with my last baby -- I'd love to try an alternative! Thanks for the giveaway. mybabyappleseed(at)yahoo(dot)ca

Monica said...

Oooh, don't mind white or cream! I am expecting a baby inJune so these would be great! :)

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A Good Clean Life said...

This contest is now closed. Thank you for your participation!

Lindsay V said...

I'd like white. These would be really great for little ol' nursing me!


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