Lansinoh Manual review
Lansinoh, the brand well-known to new mothers for its Lanolin cream, also makes a range of breast pumps. The Lansinoh Manual breast pump features 'two-phase technology' meaning it can switch between stimulation and expression modes. It also comes with some useful extras, such as a bottle, NaturalWave teat and breastmilk storage bags. But what did a mum of a newborn think of the comfort and ease of using it? Find out in our first look review.
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