Relief from breastfeeding pain starts here
A history of healing behind every pad
Made in the U.S. with PolyMem® technology, Nursicare uses our healing expertise to usher in a new era of breastfeeding pain relief. Nursicare therapeutic breast pads work to provide ultimate healing to breastfeeding mothers with an innovative formulation designed to facilitate healing, relieve pain and control inflammation.2
The unique formulation used in our therapeutic nursing pads provides a mild wound cleanser and soothing moisturizer that work together to provide unrivaled benefits.3
The PolyMem formulation has been shown to reduce pain in 94% of users.4
The balance of absorbency and moisturizing keeps nipples soft while healing, without the need for creams and ointments.5
In case studies, broken skin resolves within one week with the PolyMem formula found in Nursicare pads.6
Making you a priority, because they’re yours
We know your main priority is taking care of your baby. Ours is taking care of you. Our nursing pads do that by providing you with soothing pain relief and healing, ultimately helping you avoid premature weaning.6
By making you a priority, Nursicare works to give you healing and your baby nourishment, on your own terms.Prioritize Your Healing
If you notice signs of infection or the nipple pain persists, seek the advice of a physician, a board-certified lactation consultant or other appropriate health care provider. For more information, please see the Instructions for Use.
1. McClellan HL, et al. Nipple pain during breastfeeding with or without visible trauma. J Hum Lact. 2012;28:511-521. 2. Hayden JK, et al. The effectiveness of a pain wrap compared to a standard dressing on the reduction of postoperative morbidity following routine knee arthroscopy: A prospective randomized single-blind study. Orthopedics. 2003;26:59-63. 3. Benskin LL. Evidence for Polymeric Membrane Dressings as a Unique Dressing Subcategory, Using Pressure Ulcers as an Example. Adv Wound Care. 2018;7(12):1-8. 4. Sessions RC. PolyMem® dressings decrease inflammation and wound pain –– the evidence. Poster 104 presented at: Wound Healing Society; April, 2009; Grapevine, Texas. 5. Okan D, et al. The Role of Moisture Balance in Wound Healing. Adv Skin Wound Care. 2007;20(1):39-53. 6. Wilson D. Application of Polymeric Membrane Dressings to Stage I Pressure Ulcers Speeds Resolution, Reduces Ulcer Site Discomfort and Reduces Staff Time Devoted to Management of Ulcers. Poster CS-128 presented at: Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC); April, 2010; Orlando, FL.