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60-count of disposable nursing pads with natural cotton designed for superior comfort and breathability
The exclusive contour shape enables a secure fit while the cushiony soft lining and nipple indentation offers softness and comfort
Nursing pads feature natural cotton and are free of fragrances, dyes, and phthalates
Super absorbent with breathable protective cover to keep you dry while on-the-go. Non-slip adhesive strip and rustle-free design ensures discretion.
Pads are easily disposable for mom's on-the-go. They can be used in any regular or nursing bra.
Johnson's Disposable Nursing Pads with natural cotton are uniquely designed for moms on-the-go. Featuring an exclusive contour shape, cushiony-soft lining, and an adhesive strip for easy application they are developed for superior comfort and breathability. The unique nipple indentation provides additional soothing comfort, while their silent, rustle-free design ensures discretion anytime, anywhere. These pads will help moms feel confident and protected, can be used in any regular or nursing bra, and are easily disposable after use. They are fragrance, phthalate, and dye-free.
From the manufacturer
Johnson’s Safety Above All
#1 baby skin care brand with best in class global safety process.*
At Johnson’s, we believe nothing is more important than your baby’s safety. Every product we make is a carefully blended combination of high quality ingredients that ensure the product is safe and best for baby and can be trusted to work.
just the way it is intended to, and the way moms expect it to.
As the #1 baby skin care brand around the world*, we are also a leader in safety research. And we do all this so you can have peace of mind when using our products, and focus on what matters most, your baby’s healthy development.
At a Glance:
Polymer core pulls and locks away moisture
Breathable protective backing keeps clothes dry
Rustle-free design for greater discretion
Contoured shape and adhesive strip for secure fit
Johnson’s Nursing Pads, 60 Count
Enjoy confident protection and complete discretion with Johnson's Nursing Pads, designed to absorb moisture and protect against leaks between feedings. The breathable protective cover helps keep clothes dry while allowing air to flow to the skin. The cushion-soft pads are soft and absorbent with a special polymer core, which wicks moisture and locks it away for lasting dryness. The exclusive contour shape with nonslip adhesive and rustle-free design offers comfortable, secure, and quiet wear. Breathable, protective backing helps clothes and skin stay dry.
Use in any regular or nursing bra.
For discreet protection, remove the paper cover on the adhesive strip and insert JOHNSON’S nursing pads in any regular or nursing bra. Change pads frequently.
About Johnson’s Brand
At the Johnson's Brand, we’re here for every happy, messy, exhausting and amazing moment of life with your baby. And all the wondrous changes parenthood brings.
*Based on Nielsen's Baby Toiletries Volume Sales L52 Weeks Ending 25 July 2015.
Silver abstract geometric image decorative wall shelf, simple li each and every order is checked by one of our team to ensure the products you've chosen are suitably matched. As a new mom with a VERY heavy milk flow, I have tried several different breast pads over the last few months. Here is my overview of each:
Johnsons baby nursing pads - 60 Ea
: These are my FAVORITE pads for daytime use. They will not hold as much as Ameda, so they aren't as reliable overnight. However, they are very soft and comfortable against tender breasts, They also have a nice shape that is more discrete than other brands. I also love that they are not packed in pairs or singles, just all lumped in the box together. Yes, this means they are not as "sterile" as the other brands, but they aren't a haste to unpack each time you need a fresh pad, and you don't risk waking up baby with crinkly wrappers. They do have an adhesive to keep them secure in your bra. Also, they are the only pad I know of with a nipple indentation, meaning they are a little less abusive to already sore nipples.
Ameda 50 Count Noshow Premium Disposable Nursing Pads
: These are the most absorbent pads I have found. In fact, they are the only ones that keep me dry overnight. However, they have no shape to them at all, and are extremely obvious if you wear a thin bra. They have no adhesive, so they will move around in your bra. Also, they are packaged in an extremely crinkly wrapper, so if my baby is asleep I have to take them in another room to open, so as not to wake up the baby (and he is a heavy sleeper!)
The First Years - Lanolin Disposable Breast Pads 30 ct.
: These are the best pads for early stages of nursing, when the lanolin will help soothe sore and cracked nipples. They are very cool and comfortable on your nipples. However, they do not hold quite as much as the Ameda. I did find that these needed to be changed pretty often to avoid feeling damp. Also, the edges of the pad are scratchy and can be a bit uncomfortable throughout the day.
Lansinoh 20265 Disposable Nursing Pads, 60-pack
: These are a good all-around pad. They will hold a good bit, but not as much as the Ameda or Jamp;J. They do have an adhesive strip that will help them stay in place in your bra, and are a very good value to use long term. Be sure you get the "soft" version, as the older style is much more scratchy and uncomfortable.
Evenflo Comfort Select Nursing Pad, 48 Count
: These pads are very absorbent, but not very comfortable. They have an itchy material inside that tends to stick to cracked nipples when removed. They also are very obvious through thin bras.
Gerber Breast Pads - Variety Pack 100 Count
: WORTHLESS. These pads do not absorb even a single let-down if you have a heavy flow. They would instantly soak through and my shirt would be wet. Also, they have no shape so they will bunch up and show through your bra and shirt. They also have no adhesive, so they will move around. Overall, completely worthless for a heavy milk flow.I would not buy these nursing pads again. Most pads, I have found to be itchy, these included. The problem I have with them is that although they have the indentation on the inside for your nipple, which I thought was a good idea, it is there on the front side as well. I would prefer a smooth surface on the side that goes towards your bra. I only wear these at home or if I'm wearing a padded bra. They are small. Granted I don't leak a lot and I primarily wear these to be safe, in the event I cannot pump when I need to, but most nursing pads have a tendacy to move even with the adhesive in the back. If these move and you don't notice it, that could be trouble! So far, I've tried5 types of disposable pads and these are my least favorite. Two stars because although they serve its purpose but are still itchy, small in diameter, have a nipple protrusion, and were fairly pricy.YES!These. Only these.This is the only brand of disposable nursing pads i could find that didn't have plastic backing - recommended by my Bradley Method instructor.Invaluable for the first month of breastfeeding and hard to find in stores.Took me a few weeks to realize that you had to change them often. Doing so helped my nipple soreness and burning immensely.The little sticky backing helps keep them in place - a must at night.Update: now my LO is 6 months old an i'm back for yet another box of these.I'm a B cup and i tried 3 other brands of disposables before coming back to these. Others seem to complain about the adhesive - i found having only the one little adhesive square quite helpful. I wear a shelf tank camisole to bed (now that my boobs aren't in constant pain, like they were the first few months) and i've found that i can just pull the tank up and flip the whole shelf up to keep my tee shirt out of the way while nursing. I don't think i'd have as easy a time with this if the adhesive was different. Someone else complained about the adhesive not lasting long enough. I'm glad it only lasts a day or so, since i need the reminder to change them or else my nips burn.Is it weird that i find the little nipple bump funny? I kinda like it.I got a bad case of thrush and had to switch over to disposable pads so as not to constantly reintroduce yeast to my nipples (ugh). I tried them all! The Lanisoh are highly absorbent but itchy, and they bunch up pretty bad when you're snapping and unsnapping your nursing tank constantly. The Medela were ok but were a funky shape that was really noticeable when wearing a cotton bra or nursing tank with no additional padding. The Bamboobies were extra soft but were lined with plastic making it impossible for my nipples to air out and breathe, which is a necessity when dealing with thrush. These are almost perfect: great absorbency, doesn't bunch up, breathable, soft and practically invisible. I say practically bc though it was a clever idea to make a nipple indentation in the pad to make space for your nipple and not mash it down (also great if your nipples are sore and you don't want them rubbing up against something), when you're wearing a tank or cotton bra, the nipple indentation makes you look like your nipples are constantly standing at attention! And it also makes you look like you have humongous nipples. The easy fix I found was to push the nipple indentation back and forth to kind of loosen up the cotton there and smooth it out. Now when I wear a tank it's not noticeable at all.PS: I am fully aware that I have said nipple a ridiculous amount of times in this review. Clearance Discounts Johnson's Disposable Nursing Pads with Natural Cotton and Natura