Desperate for relief from those round-the-clock nursing sessions and the toll it's taking on you?  Cracked and bleeding nipples are oh-so-painful and can make breastfeeding an udderly (haha) uncomfortable experience!  Nipple Crack Organic Balm is certified organic and doesn’t have to be washed off before breastfeeding, so you get all-day soothing protection and relief without the hassle.  Unscented, dye-free, and petroleum-free, this balm is a gift you can give yourself or a new mom that will REALLY be appreciated!


Check out our vast collection from Tiny Human Supply Co. to stock your shelves with vegan, organic, and/or chemical-free products!  Every new parent and repeat mama or papa can always use an ample supply, so add a few to a baby shower or sprinkle gift, pack your own Global Mamas diaper bag, or toss a few in your grandma or grandpa tote for the next babysitting adventure!


As a bonus, we love that every single Tiny Human Supply Co. product that is purchased also provides one meal for a hungry child through the Children's Hunger Fund!


  • USDA / Oregon Tilth Certified Organic
  • No Lanolin
  • No Petroleum
  • No Dyes
  • No Fragrances


1.8 oz container

Nipple Crack Organic Nipple Balm

  • Directions: Apply to nipples after every feeding and as needed. No need to wash off before feedings!

  • Made in the U.S.A. by Tiny Human Supply Co.

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