Booby Tubes®

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Booby Tubes® are clever little, gel-free breast packs made with an organic cotton shell and filled with fresh, pliable flax seed. Use warm or cold, depending on your nursing needs. When heated, Booby Tubes® deliver warm, moist heat to tender breasts; when stored in the freezer they offer cooling comfort. Traditionally used to help ease breastfeeding discomfort, heat can help encourage milk flow, avoid clogged ducts, promote let-down and comfort the symptoms of infection, and cold is used to help reduce the swelling and tenderness of engorgement and weaning.

Earth Mama's unique gel-free construction was designed with extra care to help reduce the risk of burns. Two Booby Tubes® per box, one for each…well, boob.


Warm Booby Tubes® in your microwave for 20-40 seconds, and apply as necessary. Or store in the freezer and wear them inside your bra between feedings. Pair with mindful breathing as needed (because ladies: the breastfeeding struggle is real).

How do I clean my Booby Tubes®?
Wipe the organic cotton with a damp cloth. Don't submerge them in water or put them in a washing machine — the flax seeds may sprout (seriously)!

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27 Reviews

  • 5
    This is such a smart idea!

    Published by Tarah on Sep 6th 2018

    I haven't tried these yet because I am still pregnant, but I can't wait to use them. I had a lot of issues with clogged ducts last time and tried to hold a homemade rice sock or warm wet rag over the area. This will be so much easier if I have the same issues.

  • 5
    Love em!

    Published by Jessie on Apr 20th 2018

    These have been so handy to have as either cold packs or warm compresses. I also put them on my shoulders when I’m feeling super tight. So relaxing!

  • 5
    works wonderfully

    Published by Alicia on Dec 21st 2017

    I loved these booby tubes froze at the start of my breastfeeding journey when I initially got engorged, but they also came in handy when I got a case of mastitis. I heated one up to use before feeding or pumping and then I had one froze that I used to relieve the pain afterward the feeding.

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