Breast & Chest Reusable Ice/Heat Packs

$16

The perfect accompaniment to our FourthWear Postpartum Recovery Bralette— a pair of soft, moldable ice/heat packs specially designed to surround the nipple and provide relief from the tenderness and tightness associated with engorgement, breastfeeding, surgery and more.

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  • Store in the freezer for cooling comfort.
  • Microwave for 15 second intervals for heat therapy.
  • Do not machine wash. When needed, clean by rinsing in cold water with mild soap and let air dry completely before warming or freezing.


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Breast & Chest Reusable Ice/Heat Packs
  • Empathetically designed to fit around the nipple and provide direct relief from engorgement, breastfeeding, surgery and more.
  • Recommended for use with our FourthWear Postpartum Recovery Bralette.
  • Each pack measures 8 in/20.32 cm in diameter and 0.5 in/ 1.27 cm in thickness.
  • Foldable shape and soft woven plastic fabric outer layer with Nyssa's signature pattern by Kit Agar.
  • Microwaveable for heat therapy and freezable for cooling relief.
Why We Love It

Save the cabbage leaves for your salad.

Don’t put them on your breasts. Our mothers and grandmothers may have relieved the pain of breastfeeding and engorgement by popping cabbage leaves on their chests but we thought this generation of new parents would appreciate something a little more convenient and a little less... errr, uhhh... produce-y. Our Breast & Chest Ice/Heat Packs are soft, moldable, foldable (great for stowing or toting), and designed to surround your nipple for maximum coverage and comfort. Just one problem—you can’t eat them, so pack some snacks.

You and your boobs deserve better than DIY. 

FAQs
Need support? Just ask us.
Will the Breast & Chest Ice/Heat Packs be effective if I have very large or small breasts?
Our packs are designed to surround the nipple and provide relief or facilitate the healing process for mastitis and clogged ducts. They work on any breast size.
When should I use ice and when should I use heat?
Ice therapy is the traditional weapon of choice for dealing with soft tissue injuries that involve swelling. Cold therapy, also called cryotherapy, reduces blood flow, which mitigates pain-causing inflammation and swelling. This makes ice a useful tool for everyday pain management and application wherever there is swelling (eg: incision site, chafed nipples). Heat, on the other hand, opens vessels to increase blood flow, making its application critical for alleviating muscle pain and removing blockages caused by clogged milk ducts.

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