Ice Ice Booby packs help decrease pain and inflammation associated with childbirth and breastfeeding issues including mastitis, engorgement, blocked milk ducts.
- 2 Breast Heat/Ice Packs with protective covers
- 1 Perineal Heat/Ice Pack
Breast Pack Intended Uses:
Our packs help decrease pain and inflammation associated with childbirth and breastfeeding issues including mastitis, engorgement, blocked milk ducts.
Heat Therapy ~ Breast Heat Packs (Heat in microwave or warm water)
Warm and apply the breast pack prior to breastfeeding and expressing to assist in relieving blocked ducts and help encourage the milk let down reflex and flow. This will then help minimise the time spent breastfeeding and expressing. Heat therapy also helps with general breast pain and tenderness, and aids in prevention of mastitis.
Cold Therapy ~ Breast Ice Packs (Freeze in freezer)
Use as a breast ice pack after breastfeeding to relieve pain and inflammation of the breasts. Cold therapy can help to relieve pain and tenderness associated with engorgement, mastitis, blocked ducts and general discomfort associated with breastfeeding. A soothing aid for mums.
Other Uses ~
Our specifically designed breast heat & ice packs can also be used for women recovering from breast surgery, and help relieve any pain, tenderness and swelling associated during the post surgical phase. They can also be used while suppressing from breastfeeding to help soothe the breasts.
Perineal Pack Intended Uses:
Cold Therapy ~ Perineal Ice Pack (Freeze in freezer)
Designed to fit comfortably in your underwear, our perineal ice packs will help reduce pain and inflammation of your bits “down under” post childbirth. Our perineal ice packs will become your best friend in the 24-48 hours post childbirth.
Our frozen perineal pack can also provide relief from symphysis pubis dysfunction, vulval varicosities and haemorrhoids.
Heat Therapy ~ Warmed Perineal Pack (Heat in microwave or warm water)
When heated, our perineal strip can provide heat therapy during the second stage of labour to help the surrounding tissues stretch and reduce the risk of perineal trauma. A warmed perineal pack can also be used prior to antenatal perineal massage to help provide comfort and help the tissues to stretch.