30th December 2019

Mother Breast Feeding

We understand that not every mother is able to breastfeed and that's okay. But, we also wanted to highlight some of the main benefits of breastfeeding, according to UNICEF and their extensive research.

  • Infant health: It protects children from a vast range of illnesses including infection, diabetes, asthma, heart disease and obesity, as well as cot death.
  • Maternal health: It protects mothers from breast and ovarian cancers and heart disease.
  • Relationship-building: It supports the mother-baby relationship and the mental health of both baby and mother.
  • Cost savings: Breastfeeding contributes to significant savings to the NHS, with initial investments paying off within just a few years.

We sell a large range of range to support you during your breastfeeding period. Including, breast milk storage, breast pumps, breast pads, care for sore nipples and more. Check out our full range today.