These are awesome. I keep them everywhere just in case. Just wash your parts, toss some water in the bag and microwave to sterilize. I give these as gifts to new moms who haven’t been introduced to they’re greatness. Good for 20 uses each.
They do they’re thing and absorb leaky breast juice. I’ve used different brands and honestly they’re all about the same. I can’t particularly say one is better than the other but these do do a great just at absorbing. You can feel it get almost gel-like in the inside if it catches a lot.
Listen. I’ve used a lot of different bags. I nursed my first for a year and I’m 10 months into my second. I work 12 hour days and need good bags cause I’m constantly a milk spill away from a meltdown. These are hands down the best. They’re thick, actually measure correctly on the given lines and have the best snapping to close.
I received this in my complimentary Vox Box and was excited to try it as it it dye-, paraben- and sulfate-free. I wanted to give it a fair run and try it after wearing my hair in different styles. I normally go 2-3 days in between washes and with this I still can, it just feels like I need to wash sooner. It doesn’t leave any type of residue, which is great but it doesn’t leave my hair feeling totally refreshed. I have color treated fine-ish hair and used it over a period of days in which I wore it both curled and straight. I typically use dry shampoo before bed so it’s absorbing the oil I’m creating at night and can just refresh in the AM. This smelled great with a fresh citrus scent but I think I might use the remainder as more of a texturizer than dry shampoo. Hair Food Coconut Sulfate Free Nourishing Dry Shampoo