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Belly Bandit®
Hot & Cold Breast Therapy Gel Packs

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$12.99
 
2 Pack
2 Pack
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2 Pack
2 Pack
2 Pack
2 Pack
Belly Bandit®
Hot & Cold Breast Therapy Gel Packs

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$12.99
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When to Wear
AFTER PREGNANCY
Description

Our reusable, ergonomically shaped compresses provide both hot and cold therapy to address common feeding and pumping ailments, including engorgement, clogged ducts, and mastitis.

We designed our easy-to-use compresses with an ultra-soft plush fabric that's soft on skin so you can get quick and convenient relief.

Why You'll Love It
  • Contains 2 reusable compresses
  • Soft plush fabric is comfortable on sensitive skin
  • Provides therapeutic pain relief and support for nursing and pumping
  • Use heat to encourage let-down, aid in feeding and pumping, and relieve clogged ducts and mastitis
  • Use cold to help ease engorgement pain, swelling, and inflammation
How To Wear

For heat therapy:

  • Microwave on medium heat for max 15 seconds.
  • Knead to distribute heat.
  • Apply to desired area in 15-minute intervals.
  • Apply with plush fabric side facing skin.
  • If pain persists after several treatments, consult your physician.

For cold therapy:

  • Freeze for at least 2 hours before first use; for repeat use, freeze for 30 minutes.
  • Apply with fabric side facing skin.
Specifications & Care
Material

Outer: 100% Nylon
Inner: 100% Polyester
Nontoxic Silica Gel: 64% Water, 30% Glycerol, 5% CMC, 1% Tb-10

Care
  • Do not apply for more than 20 minutes at a time.
  • Inspect affected area every 5 minutes; if discoloration or redness occurs, discontinue use.
  • Do not use if compress expands or is overheated; allow to cool.
  • Punctured compresses should be disposed of immediately.
When to Wear
AFTER PREGNANCY
 
 

Our reusable, ergonomically shaped compresses provide both hot and cold therapy to address common feeding and pumping ailments, including engorgement, clogged ducts, and mastitis.

We designed our easy-to-use compresses with an ultra-soft plush fabric that's soft on skin so you can get quick and convenient relief.

  • Contains 2 reusable compresses
  • Soft plush fabric is comfortable on sensitive skin
  • Provides therapeutic pain relief and support for nursing and pumping
  • Use heat to encourage let-down, aid in feeding and pumping, and relieve clogged ducts and mastitis
  • Use cold to help ease engorgement pain, swelling, and inflammation

For heat therapy:

  • Microwave on medium heat for max 15 seconds.
  • Knead to distribute heat.
  • Apply to desired area in 15-minute intervals.
  • Apply with plush fabric side facing skin.
  • If pain persists after several treatments, consult your physician.

For cold therapy:

  • Freeze for at least 2 hours before first use; for repeat use, freeze for 30 minutes.
  • Apply with fabric side facing skin.

  • Do not apply for more than 20 minutes at a time.
  • Inspect affected area every 5 minutes; if discoloration or redness occurs, discontinue use.
  • Do not use if compress expands or is overheated; allow to cool.
  • Punctured compresses should be disposed of immediately.
Material

Outer: 100% Nylon
Inner: 100% Polyester
Nontoxic Silica Gel: 64% Water, 30% Glycerol, 5% CMC, 1% Tb-10

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How do you use breast therapy gel packs?

How to use breast therapy gel packs can vary depending on whether you want hot or cold therapy. Specific instructions may vary depending on the brand. In general, you will need to freeze packs for cold therapy and microwave or heat them for heat therapy. Once the packs are ready to use you can apply them to your breasts. You may want to lay a towel between the skin and the pack, especially, if your skin is sensitive.

Why should you use Belly Bandit hot and cold therapy packs?

Nursing and pumping mamas should use Belly Bandit hot and cold therapy packs for relief. Hot and cold therapy packs are a classic remedy used to ease discomfort associated with pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding. Belly Bandit hot and cold therapy packs can help common feeding and pumping ailments, including engorgement, clogged ducts, and mastitis.

Do gel therapy packs help relieve breast swelling and pain?

Gel therapy packs can help soothe breasts and reduce swelling. Therapy packs can provide therapeutic pain relief and support for nursing and pumping mamas.

How to use Belly Bandit Gel Therapy packs

Belly Bandit gel therapy packs can provide hot or cold therapy. For heat therapy using Belly Bandit therapy gel packs, you’ll microwave on medium heat (15 seconds max). Next, knead to distribute heat and apply to the desired area in 15-minute intervals. The plush fabric side should face the skin. For cold therapy, you’ll need to freeze for at least 2 hours before first use. For repeat use, you can freeze it for 30 minutes. When you are ready to use cold therapy, simply apply with the fabric side facing the skin.

Use cold therapy when. . .

Cold therapy is most effective for easing engorgement pain, swelling, and inflammation.

Use hot therapy when. . .

Hot therapy is used to encourage let-down, aid in feeding and pumping, and relieve clogged ducts and mastitis.

Are hot or cold compresses better for sore breasts?

A cold compress treatment can reduce breast swelling and pain. Recommended application is 10 minutes for each breast and the treatment can be done multiple times daily.

Do cold compresses dry up breast milk?

A cold compress can help dry up and decrease milk production. After pumping, apply a cold compress for 5-15 minutes at a time. If you are very full, you may need to take a warm show or use a warm compress before applying cold therapy.

Do warm compresses help increase breast milk production?

Warm compresses can help increase breast milk production. Moist heat can increase blood circulation and open milk ducts in your breasts. Using a warm compress is a simple yet effective way to get your milk flowing. You can also try massaging breasts to increase milk supply and feeding more frequently. Feeding 8-12 times per day can signal to your body that more milk is needed.

Do Belly Bandit gel therapy pads help relieve plugged ducts or mastitis?

Belly Bandit gel therapy pads can help relieve plugged ducts or mastitis. For best results, you should use heat therapy. Mastitis is an inflammation of breast tissue that can involve infection in some cases. While cold is a more effective way to reduce swelling in most cases, just trust us here. Belly Bandit gel therapy pads can provide hot or cold therapy, so you’re welcome to try both, but heat therapy is best for relieving plugged ducts and mastitis.

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Janet K.
A MUST BUY!!!!!!

I bought these while I was breastfeeding my firstborn and I was experiencing major discomfort until I started using these gel packs. They were a complete gamechanger. I now have three kids and have used these with each child every night while I was breastfeeding. They bring instant relief and have healed in a way that I am able to breastfeed for longer than I have previously because of the pain I was in. I will never stop using these!!

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