|Product Dimensions||3.18 x 12.7 x 19.69 cm; 113.4 Grams|
Perineal Medicated Witch Hazel Full-Length Cooling Pad Liners for Postpartum Care by Frida Mom | Speeds Healing and Reduces Swelling for Perineal Area | 24-count
- SINGLE-STEP FULL COVERAGE MEDICATED PAD LINER: Covers the full length of most maternity pads to help reduce swelling and speed up healing
- INSTANT SOOTHING RELIEF: Instant cooling relief for perineal area; tuck pack in refridgerator for extra cooling
- NO HARSH CHEMICALS: Made with medicated witch hazel - no dyes or fragrances
- PACK IN HOSPITAL BAG: Use after the first postpartum bathroom trips at the hospital and back at home.
- NEW FRIDA MOM, CREATED BY FRIDABABY, the makers of NoseFrida, Fridet the MomWasher, and the best selling baby care kits
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Witch Hazel Pad Liners deliver front to back cooling relief in a single sheet - no harsh chemicals, dyes, or fragrances.
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I don’t know what I would do without these. I seriously used these religiously! I had a pack with me in my baby diaper bag for on the go. Postpartum can be painful and uncomfortable! I had a episiotomy. I bought tucks and these. I eventually stopped using tucks because It took awhile to place a few little round pads on your giant (what felt like a diaper) pad after labor. Then try to keep them on as you pull your pants up. lol these were nice and easy. Literally pulled it out of the pack, folded it, placed it, and done. Definitely going to get these for the next time around!
I assumed these would be something better and so justified buying for myself post partum
These are no better than those (material is actually more flimsy so worse in that regard)
Just use the hospital freebies and ask for more before you are discharged. Nothing special about these other than they cost you.