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Breastfeeding can be such a wonderful experience, but sometimes it’s a real pain. Literally. You can be doing everything right but still be left with raw, painful nipples at the end of the day.
There are creams and salves out there that can help soothe sore nipples, but Silverette soothes and heals without any risks.
These cups made from 925 silver are designed to protect, soothe, and heal nipples while breastfeeding.
Little known fact: silver is actually antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal naturally.
Once you’ve finished feeding your little love, go ahead and leave a couple drops of milk in each cup. Apply the cup directly to the nipple and keep them on as much as possible between feedings. These aren’t nipple shields, so make sure to remove them before feedings.
Breast milk has natural healing qualities, so when it’s partnered with the silver, a natural healing element, the cup doesn’t just protect from friction, it’s actively working to heal your sore, cracked nipples.
All you need to do is make a paste by mixing some baking soda with a tiny bit of water. Rub the mixture on the cups, rinse, then dry thoroughly.
These miracle cups have been reviewed by real moms who claim that they’ve drastically improved the state of their nipples. Some even claim that these cups saved them from having to quit breastfeeding altogether!
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