The Lactamo Ball

Award-winning and world-first multipurpose breast massager

For years, mums wanted to breastfeed for longer to give their baby the best start, but it's not always easy.

Then the Lactamo Ball was created in Australia.

It’s the all-in-one breast massager that unblocks milk ducts, stimulates milk production and flow, aids let-down reflex, relieves swelling and fights off infection.

Mhmm, it does a lot for a little breast massager. 

Breastfeed better with the Lactamo Ball.

Warm or cool breast massage in one
Proven to improve breast milk quality
Helps fight off infection
Approved by Australian OBGYNs

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Breastfeeding Essentials

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Nipple Cream, reusable Breast Pads & Lactamo Ball breast massager

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Why you need this

Breastfeeding is a natural process, and yet 92% of people experience breastfeeding problems [1].

Your breastfeeding needs can also change throughout your journey. That’s what makes Lactamo’s flexible and Australian-first patented design so great.

The Lactamo Ball uniquely combines temperature, movement and compression to tackle all key breastfeeding problems: undersupply, oversupply, blocked milk ducts, and engorgement.

It's the game-changing breast massager mums rave about. Reusable and versatile, mums love using the Lactamo Ball before, during or after breastfeeding and even in the shower.

Heat the Lactamo Ball before breastfeeding to stimulate milk production and unclog ducts or cool in the freezer to relieve breasts from inflammation or engorgement.

Mastitis

Around 1 in 5 breastfeeding mums get mastitis, a painful infection of the breast tissue usually caused by a blocked milk duct. [2]

Cracked Nipples

Sore, cracked, or bleeding nipples affects around 50% of breastfeeding people in the first week after birth. Engorgement can also lead to dry and irritated skin.

Leaking Breast

Breasts can leak, drip or even spray milk in the weeks (and sometimes months) after delivery. This can be exacerbated by an overabundant milk supply.

Engorgement

When the breast tissue overfills with milk, blood, and other fluids, it can make your breasts feel full, swollen, hard, or painful.

Oversupply / Undersupply

Oversupply can cause engorgement and discomfort, while a low supply means there may not be enough breast milk produced to meet your baby’s growth needs.

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Seriously, our experts have all the answers.

What is a Lactamo Ball?

The Lactamo Ball is a soft sphere with hollow surface lumps filled with gel. It can be heated or cooled before use as a breast massager to suit your changing breastfeeding needs.

What is the Lactamo Ball made of?

No nasties – just a 100% medical-grade silicone exterior with a non-toxic gel interior.

How do I heat up or cool the Lactamo Ball?

To heat: Either submerge the Lactamo Ball in boiling water for 3 minutes or place it in a conventional steam steriliser for one cycle. Before you apply Lactamo Ball to your breast, make sure it’s not too hot. Check if you can roll it in your palms comfortably for 10 seconds. Do not heat in a microwave.

To cool: Either place it in the freezer for at least an hour or submerge it in a glass of iced water for at least three minutes.

Why is breastfeeding important?

Breastfeeding benefits mums by promoting faster recovery from birth, reduced breast and ovarian cancer risk in later life, and improved mother-infant bonding. For baby, breastfeeding protects against chest, ear and urine infections, diabetes, eczema and asthma. Evidence also suggests breastfed babies are better protected from SIDS, heart disease, and coeliac disease. [3]

How long should I breastfeed for?

Australian breastfeeding guidelines recommend exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months, then continued breastfeeding combined with solid foods for 1 year and beyond, if both mum and baby wish. In Australia, 90% of new mums initiate exclusive breastfeeding, but only around 15% continue until 5 months. [4] Kin’s Breastfeeding Essentials are designed to tackle the common breastfeeding problems that contribute to this drop-off.

How do I know when to call my doctor?

It’s normal to experience some breast pain and nipple discomfort while breastfeeding, and it’s a good idea to ask your doctor or midwife about what you can expect. The Breastfeeding Essentials bundle is designed to help you alleviate these, but if you find your symptoms are worsening, give your doctor a call.

Let us help you

Got a question about the Lactamo Ball?
Our care team is always here to help you.
Email us at [email protected]

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