arrow_forward【♥ Best-selling Breastfeeding Products】- The award-winning and best selling haakaa silicone breast pump, recommended by nursing mum, magazine, lactation consultants all over the world. The silicone breast pump & breast shell set will giving your child the best choice by using the original haakaa brand product.
arrow_forward【♥ Safe for Mums and Babies 】- The haakaa breast pump and nursing cup are made of 100% high-quality soft food grade silicone and are BPA, PVC, lead and phthalate-free, soft comfortable and flexible, reduces the pressure of breast and fits your breast more snugly, no longer suffer from hard plastic products. We guarantee the haakaa 100% safe for use.
arrow_forward【♥ Reusable and Portable Effective】 - The Haakaa Silicone Breastpump lets you express milk using the power of natural suction, simply squeeze, attach to your breast and let it work its magic. Breast Shell collects any natural letdown that would otherwise be lost in a disposable nursing pads, simple place breast shell inside your bra and cover your nipple with the small hole. Forget expensive electric breast pumps that are difficult to use and impossible to clean.
arrow_forward【 ♥ "Alarm Clock" Modeling with Ladybug Pattern】 - Haakaa breast shell with Ladybug Pattern look like a cute "Alarm Clock", It is completely portable and silent, suitable for use at any time, and has 4 small feet on the bottom that make the milk collector stand upright on flat surfaces to prevent any spills after use, and has a plug on the top and safely pour your milk into a container or baby bottle when you have finished collecting your letdown.
arrow_forward【♥ Haakaa Manual Breast Pump】 - Mum’s breasts come in all kind of sizes, which is why we have designed our haakaa breast pump flange to fit all kinds of breasts! Gently squeeze the pump to force air out. Invert the flange, place on your breast with your nipple centred in the middle of the neck. Return the flange, slightly let the pump go until you begin to feel suction. Maintaining a full seal of contact with your breast, then start expressing.