Keen Distribution also distributes the Bumbo baby Seat that assists a young child ages 3 months and up to sit on their own, supported by the seat. They also make the Pop Pals (which I previously reviewed), the Gro-Egg room thermometer, and the Mommy Hook as well as several other innovative products!
I thought the pads were really easy to use and served their purpose well. I actually got mastitis this past week and was so glad to have these on hand! You can warm them in a bowl of warm water for 5 minutes for heat therapy and cool them in either the fridge or the freezer for at least 30 minutes for cold therapy. The instructions on the package tell you exactly how to use them based on what you need to treat (ie – mastitis, blocked ducts, engorgement, or breast tenderness). I didn’t like that they could only be warmed in a bowl of warm water as I several times put them in the water and when I remembered about them to go back they were always cold again already. I eventually just ran them under hot water for several minutes and then used them and that worked good. The warm therapy worked well and helped my milk flow. The cold therapy felt really nice. I was expecting it to be uncomfortable as I generally don’t like cold packs at all but it actually helped so much and it wasn’t a freezing cold against my skin. I did have a thin shirt between the packs as instructed. I had the packs in the freezer for 45 minutes while watching a show and they packs then only stayed cold for about 15 minutes before they were back to room temperature. I would have liked them to stay cold longer. Overall I was really glad to have something on hand and they did help me with the mastitis.
You can find Breast Ease at http://www.keendistribution.com/!
You can also look locally at Babies ‘R Us or online at Amazon.