​​​ Born To Bee

so, What's The Big Deal about 'Lanolin-free'?

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Nipple Stick


$15.00 USD  (Large 2oz.)

$7.50 USD (Small .75oz)

To Use:
Apply to the nipple area after every feeding & as often as needed.  Best of all - no need to wash off before nursing.

Why Are Some Concerned?

Sheep that are conventionally farmed in the U.S. for wool are typically not always raised organic. They may also be given GMO supplements. GMOs are endocrine disruptors which can, in turn, affect the lanolin that sheep secrete. However, the largest concern regarding lanolin is that some sheep are sprayed directly with pesticides to treat mites and pests. In addition, harvested fur may again be treated with pesticides during refinement. Lanolin can legally contain up to 40 parts per million (ppm) of pesticides to be FDA-compliant (regulations vary annually) . However, lanolin that is reserved for hospital use on open wounds is regulated to no more than 3 ppm of pesticides. 


Born To Bee offers an alternative option for skin health for mom and baby.

Help relieve irritation & heal sensitive, sore or chapped nursing nipples!


Nutrient rich ingredients like Shea Butter & Calendula help regenerate skin tissue & naturally heal dry, cracked or chapped nursing nipples.


Our easy to use twist-up tube makes application a snap at home, or on the go!


​​First, What Is Lanolin? 
Lanolin is a waxy substance that coats a sheep’s fur, keeping it moist and protecting its skin. After a sheep has been shorn, a waxy substance called sebum is left on the fur, which comes from the animal’s sebaceous glands – just like human skin produces oil – and is affected by hormone production.  

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Ingredients: Beeswax (Cera Alba) , Shea Butter (Natural Unrefined), Grapeseed Oil (Vitis Vinifera) , Olive Oil, Coconut Oil ( Cocos Nucifera), Pomegranate Oil ( Punica Granatum), Calendula Oil (Calendula Officinalis), Jojoba Oil (Simmondsia Chinensis), Vanilla Oil