Don’t cry over spilt milk – unless it’s breastmilk, then feel free to cry as much as you like! There’s nothing worse than losing some of that liquid gold. Every drop is a must! Have you seen the milk collector from Haakaa? It’s their latest product – a silicone ladybug that collects your excess milk!
How does it work?
All you need to do is put the Haakaa Ladybug Silicone Milk Collector inside your bra and it will collect let-down throughout the entire day and save all those super precious drops of milk for your little one!
Why use it?
If you use nursing pads throughout the day, they will absorb any excess milk. But instead of letting nurse pads soak up all that goodness, collect it instead! They ladybug is discreet and is a one-piece design that attaches securely to your breast and collects any breast milk. It is completely portable so you can wear them when you’re out and about. It also has small feet on the bottom of the ladybug that lets the Milk Collector stand upright on flat surfaces to prevent any spills after use.
What do I do once the milk collector is full?
Once you have finished collecting your let-down, open the plug on the top and safely pour your milk into a container or bottle.
Want to extract more milk?
If you want to extract more milk than the natural lactation process, the milk collector Ladybug can help you to do just that!
Simply press it to your breast, and you will feel light suction as the Ladybug gently maximises the amount of breast milk leakage it catches as you carry on with your day.
This allows you to save every drop of precious liquid gold, helping you to build up a stash of breast milk between breastfeeding or pumping sessions without any extra effort.
So there you have it! A brilliant way to collect milk and not let one little drop go to waste!
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