|Quantity||Unit price||Reference price|
|To 3||€8.25 *||€330.00 * / 1 l|
|From 4||€7.75 *||€310.00 * / 1 l|
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- Order number: 140072
- EAN: 4006303006790
- Manufacturer product ID: 60059
- advice: please store at room temperature
- information: suitable for daily use.
Töpfer Mamacare Nipple Ointment
The fact that their baby is breastfed after birth is fortunately taken for granted by many mothers - even if this is accompanied by an unaccustomed strain on the nipples and can sometimes lead to small tears or soreness. Natural ingredients care for and soothe sensitive and stressed nipples. Especially in the first period of breastfeeding, the nipples are still very sensitive and need special care.
But the best thing is that Mamacare Nipple Ointment does not have to be removed before the next breastfeeding, because the composition of the ointment is absolutely harmless for the baby. This is because it is fragrance-free, tasteless and odorless and contains no animal ingredients. Simply apply the ointment after breastfeeding and massage gently.
Nature created the breasts for breastfeeding, but a few little tips can make it easier: for example, the baby should always have the whole nipple with atrium in the mouth when drinking. Change breastfeeding positions more often to engage different regions of the breast. And if your baby falls asleep while drinking, take the breast out of his mouth. And importantly, give your nipples plenty of fresh air and sunshine if possible.
This is what makes the Töpfer Mamacare nipple ointment so special:
- Dermatest "very good"
- meets BDHI standard for controlled natural cosmetics
- protects the nipples during and after breastfeeding
- the ointment does not have to be removed before the next breastfeeding
- Dermatologically tested
- free from animal ingredients
- tasteless and odorless, without perfume
- 85% organic in the total product
- practical 30 ml dispenser
|Füllmenge (Volumen):||25 ml|
|Products with organic ingredients:||Yes|
|Shipping weight:||0,1 kg|
|Made in:||EU (Germany)|
|product group:||care cream, natural cosmetics, protection cream|
|brand:||Töpfer, Töpfer Mamacare|
|Manufacturer address:||Töpfer GmbH, Heisinger Straße 6, 87463 Dietmannsried|
Olus Oil, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract*, Tocopherol, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil. *Ingredients from certified organic agriculture
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What is the BDIH seal?
This test mark for controlled natural cosmetics is based on ecological, health and social aspects. The criteria go beyond what is required by law and take into account the raw materials used, the manufacturing process and the end products.
The seal was developed in 2001 on the initiative of natural cosmetics manufacturers and is awarded by the Federation of German Industrial and Trading Companies (BDIH for short).
What criteria must products meet?
The label is intended to define the term controlled natural cosmetics and provide orientation for consumers. It also aims to contribute to fair competition among manufacturers and distributors of natural cosmetics.
At least 60 percent of all cosmetics of the brand to which the respective labeled product belongs must meet the BDIH standard. This includes the following specifications:
- no artificially produced colorants and fragrances, silicones, kerosenes and other petroleum products may be used for the products
- the raw materials must come predominantly from controlled organic cultivation
- 15 vegetable raw materials, such as jojoba oil, olive oil or soybean oil, but also palm and coconut oil, must always come from certified organically grown plants.
- in addition to the predominantly plant-based approved raw materials, substances produced by animals (e.g. milk and honey) are also permitted.
- Raw materials from dead vertebrates (e.g. animal fats) are prohibited
- Animal testing is prohibited in the production, development and testing of the final products; raw materials tested on animals after 31.12.1997 are excluded.
- genetically modified organisms must not be used
- the products must be manufactured in an environmentally friendly and resource-saving way
- packaging materials must be made of recyclable materials and used as sparingly as possible.
How is compliance with the criteria ensured?
The criteria for awarding the label are co-developed by independent bodies. Independent control institutes test the registered natural cosmetic products for their ingredients and composition. During the first test, the manufacturers must submit certificates from recognized control bodies with which they can prove that the organic standard of the products is met. Subsequently, certificates from non-recognized inspection bodies are also sufficient.
What are the criticisms of the BDIH seal?
Few critical voices are known about the BDIH seal for natural cosmetics. One of the standards is that 15 raw materials specified by the BDIH must come from organic production - all other raw materials must only come from organic production "as far as possible". Stiftung Warentest states in this regard: "a proportion is not defined, however". It is however defined, if the product carries additionally the word "bio" in the name, then 95% of the contents materials must come from controlled biological cultivation . label-online.de criticizes that the assignment process of the label for outsiders is not transparent enough.
No animal testing with BDIH products
BDIH natural cosmetics are not automatically vegan. Although the use of raw materials from dead vertebrates (e.g. animal fats and oils, collagen and fresh cells) is prohibited, very much so is the use of substances produced by animals (such as milk and honey).
However, no animal testing may be carried out or commissioned either in the production or in the development or testing of the end products. This also applies to raw materials, which may not have been tested on animals after 1997. BDIH natural cosmetics may therefore be considered free of animal testing in practice.