December 13, 2009

Little Stinker's NipDip Organic Nipple Balm Review

When I first started nursing DS1, it was such painful experience! The first few days after nursing I was sore, cracked and bleeding. The nurse gave me a sample of a nipple cream, but when I looked at the ingredients—some of which I couldn’t even pronounce, I decided not to use it.

Thanks to Little Stinker, I was able to try out their new NipDip Organic Nipple Balm which is comprised of 100% natural ingredients!

Little Stinker’s mission is to provide parents and nurture babies with a smart, natural alternative to the unpleasant smell and task of changing diapers, that gently conditions, moisturizes, and leaves skin smelling fresh and clean.

The NipDip seemed almost odorless, but upon closer inspection it did have a slight fragrance. It was very easy to apply, although I did think it was a little bit on the oilier side and seemed to leave a slight oily residue. Fortunately, the ingredients are all natural and edible, but I still waited at least a few hours after application before feeding Smiley Boy again.

So far the NipDip has worked just fine—I’ve experienced no dryness or cracking. What I love the most about the NipDip is that it contains safe ingredients, and no parabens or phthalates.

The NipDip is currently in its final stages of development and is set to be launched next year.

I would definitely buy it once it comes out on the market, but since I may be done nursing by then, it’s something I would buy as gifts for my friends who are nursing!



Thank you to Little Stinker for providing the product for review free of charge. I received no monetary compensation for this post.


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