haakaa

Nipple sheilds

These products are designed for mothers who are physically unable to breastfeed dur to sore or cracked nipples and should only be used in the interim while you heal.

Breastfeeding Nipple Shield - Orthodontic Teat - Round Base
Breastfeeding Nipple Shield - Orthodontic Teat - Round Base
Breastfeeding Nipple Shield - Orthodontic Teat - Round Base
Breastfeeding Nipple Shield - Orthodontic Teat - Round Base
Breastfeeding Nipple Shield - Orthodontic Teat - Round Base
Breastfeeding Nipple Shield - Orthodontic Teat - Round Base
Breastfeeding Nipple Shield - Orthodontic Teat - Round Base

Breastfeeding Nipple Shield - Orthodontic Teat - Round Base

Regular priceDhs. 71.43
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The Haakaa Breastfeeding Nipple Shield is a world-first design made of 100% soft silicone, with an extended teat that puts space between your nipple and your baby’s mouth.  

If your little one bites down, pulls away, or if you have inverted or cracked nipples, you will still be able to breastfeed with ease and comfort.  Our nipple shields suction onto your breast, giving you a hands-free breastfeeding experience.

The Haakaa Breastfeeding Nipple Shield - Orthodontic Teat - Round Base allows mums to experience the beauty of breastfeeding without the worry of discomfort and pain!  The round base is larger and suctions on more easily, making it more suited for those who are new to using nipple shields.  

The orthodontic teat is thumb-shaped to replicate the shape of a mother's nipple during breastfeeding, making it more readily accepted by your baby.  

FEATURES

  • Patented one-piece design with no joints, cracks or edges.
  • Nipple design allows babies to mimic a natural sucking rhythm, making it easier for babies that have difficulty latching.
  • Suctions on to all breast shapes, making it easier for new mums to use and enjoy a hands-free breastfeeding experience.
  • The anti-slip ridged outer edge make the nipple shield easier to hold while the baby is feeding.
  • Anti-colic and variable flow nipple allows baby to drink continuously without gasping for air or drinking bubbles and prevents them from choking if milk flows too fast.
  • Space between mum’s nipple and the nipple shield head prevents baby from biting the nipple.
  • BPA, PVC and phthalate-free.

Includes one shield and a protective case for storage. 

NOTE: This product is designed for mothers who are physically unable to breastfeed due to sore, cracked nipples, and should only be used in the interim before returning to natural breastfeeding once your nipple has healed. If you are able to breastfeed successfully and experience slight discomfort, we suggest using our traditional nipple shield as a protective alternative if your nipples become raw and sore. If you have flat or inverted nipples, have a look at our Silicone Inverted Nipple Aspirator.  

1. Squeeze the chamber and fold back the base of the shield.
2. Centre the opening of the shield over your nipple, press to your breast and fold the base to its original position.
3. Release your grip on the chamber - you should feel light suction.
4. You may not get the shield perfectly in place first try, so readjust until it is comfortable.
5. Introduce your baby to the shield to start feeding. Your breast milk will continue to flow into the extended teat, allowing your baby to feed.

Tip: Try expressing a few drops of breast milk into the shield before attaching to promote an easier latch.

Clean after each use using hot soapy water. Use soft bristle brushes or sponges. We recommend the Haakaa Double Ended Cleaning Brush which is perfectly sized to throughly clean your Haakaa products.

Although dishwasher safe, we recommend sterilising your Haakaa products using any steam sterilising system or by boiling in water for 2-3 minutes.

Do not use any bleach-based cleaners or tablets to sterilise or clean your Haakaa products. Do not use UV sterilisers to clean this product as it may impact its lifespan.

Check product condition regularly. Replace if this product shows any signs of damage. Avoid storing near sharp objects. Only soft bristle brushes or soft sponges should be used to clean this product, as hard scourers may scratch the surface. This product is not a toy. Do not use this product for anything other than its intended purpose. Store product in a cool dry place and avoid direct sunlight. Adult supervision is required. Keep out of the reach of children and pets when not in use.

world first design
breastfeeding nipple shields

Sore or cracked nipples?
Our selection of Breastfeeding Nipple Sheilds feature an extended teat which puts space between your nipple and your baby's mouth. Allowing you to breastfeed with comfort and ease.

The base

Offering two bases, round and triangular.

The round base is larger and suctions on more easily, making it more suited to those who are new to breastfeeding.

The triangular base is smaller, but allows for more skin to skin contact, making it more suitable for mums more experienced with nipple shields.

The teat

Offering two teats, orthodontic and round. The orthodontic teat is thumb shaped to replicate the shape of a nipple during breastfeeding, making it more readily accepted by breastfed babies.

The nipple teat replicates the silicone teat of a baby bottle, making it better suited to help baby transition from bottle to breast, or breast to bottle.

Testimonials

★★★★★

I was on the verge of giving up on breastfeeding and this shield gave me a second chance. It let my sore cracked nipples heal whilst still being able to feed my baby. I would definitely recommend for anyone having problems with painful nipples.

Te R.
New Zealand
★★★★★

Best nipple shield I’ve used and Im 3 weeks pp with my 3 rd child. I’ve had latching problems with all my kids and nipple shields is what saved me from having to give formula to the kids. 3 weeks of expressing and this shield helped me to get my baby on the nipple and give me a break from bottle feeding after expressing.

Anonymous
New Zealand
★★★★★

Great purchase! My newborn was having trouble latching which was really stressful. This was the only way I could get him to stay on for a full feed.

Anonymous
Australia

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