The NuzzleHug is a therapeutic ice or heat pack that is made especially for mom’s. It was designed to help breastfeeding mother’s be able to treat the discomforts and ailments that comes with breastfeeding your baby. I have even known some mom’s who have given up breastfeeding because they were constantly dealing with breastfeeding problems such as supply issues, engorgement, mastitis, clogged milk ducts, cracked nipples, and neck tension or pain. If you have any of these issues, most doctors recommend heat packs, warm showers, and even massage to help ease the pain and discomforts. If you have ever put a drippy, warm warm wash cloth on your breasts you will realize how messy and quickly the wash cloth cools off. The gel packs that are designed for breastfeeding mom’s are also bulky and have to be stuffed into your bra or held directly on your breast.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary NuzzleHug so that I could accurately review this product. All opinions in this post are my own and I was not compensated for writing this review.
The NuzzleHug was created by Christine Enderby because she wanted to help other mom’s continue to breastfeed and provide their baby with the best nutrition possible. She wanted to create a useful product that would not only be helpful for breastfeeding mothers but for all women who have breast issues and menstrual cramps. You can easily wear the NuzzleHug around your neck or waist. I love that you can even remove the pods from the fabric cover and use them directly on your skin or inside of your bra. It was designed to give you hands free treatment so that you can go about your day while caring for your aches and pains.
I really wish that I had a NuzzleHug after, I had my youngest son two years ago. I ended up having a c-section and it would have been the perfect postpartum accessory. I could have used it to ice my incision, care for my engorged breasts, and my low back pain. As a chronic pain suffer, I will continue to use and enjoy my NuzzleHug. I can easily use this on my low back, around my neck, and on my eyes when I am having sinus problems. I love that I can stick the pods in the freezer or microwave depending on my needs.
Continue Reading: About the Pros and Cons on the Nuzzlehug Breastfeeding Accessory for Nursing Mothers
Pages: 1 2