Closer To Nature Disposable Breast Pads
3 from 23 star ratings
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  • These were ok!

    4 out of 5

    Bought these to use while breastfeeding and to be honest they do the job but they do stick to your skin sometimes it’s a bit annoying. But overall done the job and lasted long too. I did like how it didn’t pop open like ones I’ve used before which was a plus ????????

  • Stick to skin

    2.5 out of 5

    These breast pads do soak up leaking breast milk, but they sometimes stick to the skin and when this happens and you remove them it hurts

  • Not bad

    4 out of 5

    I actually think these pads are pretty decent but I don’t have a lot of breast milk leakage. They are convenient for small leaks and comfy.

  • New Mum Necessity

    5 out of 5

    I tried using reusable breast pads and they always were visible through my clothing. When I tried these I was so happy you couldn’t tell I had them on.

  • Easy to use

    4 out of 5

    Ive got the throw away breast pads at home, they work well. They do start to seperate once abit of liquid has dropped inside though.

  • Thin

    2.5 out of 5

    These breastpads are thin and not the cheapest brand out there. I would much rather buy some from coles. Not worth the money I paid.

  • Uncomfortable

    2 out of 5

    These were nowhere near as comfortable as other breast pads i used. They wouldn’t stick, would wrinkle up all of the time and weren’t very discrete, you could see them all wrinkled under my bra. They also didn’t absorb as much as other brands ive used.

  • Practical!

    3.5 out of 5

    I bought these for myself But unfortunately I was unable to bf so I gave them to my gf. She said they were great, absorbed majority of her leakage, were soft enough to be comfortable and handy to keep spares on her so when they were used she could throw them out and put new ones in.

  • Umm no

    2 out of 5

    These did the trick and were very absorbent but I was not happy with them. They did not stick to my clothes properly and I dont wear a padded bra and noticed you can actually see that I was wearing a breast bad as it wrinkled up

  • Comfortable

    4.5 out of 5

    I found these to be very comfortable and did stay in place for a while. They were quite soft and absorbent. I found them easy to find at most supermarkets

  • Decent for disposables

    3 out of 5

    I much prefer washable bamboo pads, however these are decent for disposables. They are quite absorbent, just not very soft and can become uncomfortable after a while. Good for emergencies as they are individually wrapped and easy to keep in handbag.

  • Wouldn’t use again

    2.5 out of 5

    I brought one box of these and I wouldn’t buy them again. The shape was good but they did not stick to my clothes properly.

  • It seems lost

    2.5 out of 5

    Not liking this one.
    It is lumpy in the inside and the material is not really smooth.
    It does the job but somehow it manage to tell eveyone I am breastfeeding.

  • Better brands out there

    1 out of 5

    I really didn’t like these at all. They don’t breathe at all and feel terrible against the skin. Just not soft enough and you’d feel all sweaty and gross wearing them. I disliked them so much I didn’t finish the pack.

  • Perfect for breast feeding mums

    4.5 out of 5

    Every mum whose breast fed knows the embarrassing moment your boobs leak between feeds. With a couple of these popped in your bra you no longer have that worry. Bix of 50 so it lasts a fair while

  • No too bad

    3.5 out of 5

    I used closer to nature nursing pads when i tried breastfeeding my son. Im not sure about other brands but they were ok i found they helped with leaking but would bunch together in my bra

  • Okay

    3 out of 5

    They were great when they would actually stay in place, i found that they wouldn’t stick to my bras and would end up bunched up.

  • Disappointed

    2 out of 5

    Thought these would be great as I love the bottles. They were a bit dry and felt rough against me. Not as soft as I would have liked, still made me feel damp too

  • Don't stay in place

    2.5 out of 5

    They wouldn’t stay in place and ended up all bunched up in my bra. Too flimsy.

  • Stays put, but gets a bit damp.

    3 out of 5

    Holds leaking well, until you forget to change them before bed.
    Stayed in place well and I’d use them between my bra and the washable pads by the same brand (so soft), as oversupply and a wild let-down has caught me with milk saturating the front of and dripping from the hem of my knee length slip dress on one particularly awful trip to Aldi!
    If worn alone I found my breasts were sweaty and itchy. Not normal for Victorian winters evenings,that’s for sure.

  • Great for new mums!

    4 out of 5

    These breast pads were great to use being a first time mum who had never breastfed before. They are really absorbent and controlled all my leaking. Great for going out of the house for the day, giving me piece of mind that I wasn’t going to leak everywhere. The only negative about the product was the price, so I would only buy them when they were on special.

  • Nice product

    4 out of 5

    I found these a little bitch scratchy on my breasts, I much prefer the reusable cotton ones by the same brand, much cheaper way too

  • Hot, sweaty, itchy.

    0.5 out of 5

    Not great. Hot, sweaty, and itchy would best describe my experience with these breast pads. Avoid.

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