Jingle Shells - Natural nipple soothers – Slinky&Co

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Jingle Shells - Natural nipple soothers
Jingle Shells - Natural nipple soothers
Jingle Shells - Natural nipple soothers
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Jingle Shells - Natural nipple soothers

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For centuries, these kinds of seashells have been widely used for sore nipples in Norway and are now gaining great popularity throughout many European countries by recommendation of Midwives promoting healthy breastfeeding. 

Cleaned and curated for sanitary distribution within Europe, these Jingle shells are mother nature's gift to humanity for the natural healing of Mama’s sore nipples. With their fresh cool touch and natural inside mother of pearl coating, these shells can be placed inside your nursing bra in-between breastfeeding feeds. Just add breast milk drops to keep the healing process natural or medicated ointment if prescribed by your physician. This all-naturelle process is a guaranteed way to heal, soothe and protect your nipples from any further pain.  

As all Mammas are unique, the size of the areola will vary, so Jingle shells come in 3 different sizes; Small, Medium, and Large.

Find your size here on our FAQ page in the 'How do I find my sizes?' section.

 

As a plus, apart from having these Jingle Shells be a good gift to new mums embarking on their breastfeeding journey, they are also environmentally sustainable – reusable and contain no other chemicals but the addition of your own breast milk.  

Jingle Shells, are naturally reproduced shells that are most commonly found in shallow waters of less the 9m deep in the Atlantic Sea cost running from the southern parts of Canada to North America, down to Mexico, Bermuda, and Brazil.  

Despite their fragile-looking and translucent shell, the shells are more resilient than you would think and will not snap so easily. 

Fun fact: 
Jingle Shells reproduce sexually through spawning. They are usually male, and female jingle shells, but are occasionally also hermaphroditic