Lansinoh Disposable Nursing Pads Review
Light But It Soaks It Up!
I received a couple trial packets of the Lansinoh nursing pads at our childbirth classes and we got a pack of them when baby was due. When our baby came along these are the first nursing pads I used at the hospital. My milk took three days to come in.
The are ultra-thin and absorbent. They have two adhesives to help keep them in place. They are individually wrapped making them convenient to take with you in your purse or diaper bag and this helps keep them sterile. They are made in Thailand. Lansinoh Disposable Nursing Pads
- They are very thin.
- They are surprisingly absorbent considering their size.
- They come individually wrapped.
- They are bigger compared to other nursing pads.
- They can be seen through clothing.
- They are rather difficult to unfold and keep their shape when putting them on, especially with one hand.
- The adhesive can get stuck to itself and it bunches up.
These are not as absorbent as the Johnson’s nursing pads. They are bigger, thinner, and a bit softer than the Johnson’s nursing pads but these do bunch up; which is one of the big factors on why I decided to stick with Johnson’s. These are a couple dollars more than other brands. However, these come individually wrapped; which makes it easier to take them with you and keep them clean until you are ready to use them.