Who is kindestCup for?
If you are breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed and
- you want/need to express and collect breast milk (to manage low supply or over supply, to protect existing milk supply, to deal with leaking breasts etc.)
- you want/need to feed baby breast milk off the breast sometimes.
- you like doing things naturally.
- you like things to be efficient and reliable.
- you appreciate thoughtful design and prefer products that can be easily re-purposed.
- pumps don't respond well to your body (i.e. you have a healthy milk supply but the pump barely gets any milk, pumping feels uncomfortable etc.).
- you want to avoid nipple confusion.
- baby doesn't like bottle feeding (i.e. due to congestion, because it makes them gassy etc.).
If this sounds familiar, kindestCup is for you!
kindestCup offers highly effective, natural solutions to your pumping and bottle-feeding issues. Gain confidence and flexibility while protecting your breastfeeding relationship.
Meet the world's first and only 3-in-1 breastfeeding cup
WE EMPOWER PARENTS TO BREASTFEED WITH CONFIDENCE
Tap into the positive feedback loop
Hand expression is as old as breastfeeding itself. During hand expression the gentle, pleasant touch of your own hands generates positive feedback, which triggers and promotes the release of breast milk. kindestCup is designed to amplify this positive feedback loop and makes milk expression fun! With kindestCup, every amount of breast milk looks perfect. Because that's what it is!
Click on the yellow hotspots to discover on how kindestCup promotes positive feedback and facilitates efficient milk removal.
How does it work?
kindestCup combines the functionality of multiple breastfeeding products in one simple and elegant design. Watch the video to find out how it works.
Learning hand expression
Are you worried about being able to do hand expression? Hand expression is a learned skill but it's probably easier than you think! Here are some pro tips that will set you up for success:
- Pick a good time: practice hand expression when you're not in a rush. Try it just before a feed, when your body is ready to let go of the milk. Not right after a feed when your breasts are empty.
- Pick a good spot: practice somewhere where you can relax and be comfortable.
- If it hurts, don't do it: make sure your touch and pressure is gentle and pleasant.
- Explore your whole breast: try different areas, angles and directions to work the milk towards the nipple. Avoid pulling on your nipple.
- Don't get frustrated, get help. Trial and error is normal. If you feel like you're not making progress, seek out a local breastfeeding support group or lactation consultant for some one-on-one guidance.
Manage your milk supply and keep your breasts comfortable, where ever you are. kindestCup is portable, discrete and easy to clean. Made from 100% food-safe silicone. Free of BPA, phthalates and PVC.
Travel in style
kindestCup comes with an awesome drawstring pouch for on-the-go, featuring a high quality lint-free satin lining and a practical clip-on loop. There's enough space to hold some milk baggies to take home your liquid gold. Washable and reusable!
Breastfeeding, engineering and art, all in one. I'm so in love!
Unique, with sensuous feel & practical design.
FANTASTIC... I am excited about your concept. Clever, practical and comforting... GENIUS.
It is really well designed.