The Lansinoh company began its existence more than 30 years ago in the USA, Portland, Oregon. Founder Rishida Hagen, after the birth of her first baby in 1978, faced very serious problems with breastfeeding. Her nipples ached and cracked, and no existing remedy could help her cope with such painful sensations. The head of the La Leche breastfeeding league recommended that the girl try lanolin, but it was not sold in stores.
Rishida's husband, a doctor, was able to find and bring home a kilogram can of fat obtained from sheep wool and obtained from a hospital pharmacy. She applied lanolin to her painful nipples and felt immediate relief. The nipples healed over the next few days and the woman successfully continued breastfeeding. Rishida Hagen began promoting the benefits of "pure lanolin" as a treatment for the nipples of nursing mothers.
In 1984, Rishida Hagen set up her own breastfeeding support business. Its main goal was to offer women who are breastfeeding an alternative to existing cosmetic products on the market for relieving painful breastfeeding. Nipple pain and problems are the main reasons for breastfeeding to stop. In 1984, Rishida decided to buy lanolin in one-pound cans and pack it in small containers for sale to nursing mothers.
When moms choose to breastfeed, they must believe in its benefits and be confident in its unconditional benefits for the baby. We will always support the needs of nursing mothers by creating high-quality products that mothers want and can trust, because only through breastfeeding a special bond between mother and baby develops.
The official Lansinoh web-site - https://lansinoh.com