Revolutionising Breastfeeding

Lactamo - Heatable, Coolable and Reusable

Your go-to breastfeeding aid

Lactamo is a world first award-winning breastfeeding solution. Lactamo harnesses the power of breast massage, uniquely combining temperature, movement and compression. Decades worth of research have shown that these 3 components have the power to address the common breastfeeding issues. Lactamo is a single, cohesive solution, building on extensive research.

Lactamo is clinically validated and supported by leading lactation consultants.

Temperature, movement and compression

World first

Supporting mums from the get-go

Multi award-winning

Temperature, movement and compression

World first

Supporting mums from the get-go

Multi award-winning

Temperature, movement and compression

World first

Supporting mums from the get-go

Multi award-winning

Temperature, movement and compression

World first

Supporting mums from the get-go

Multi award-winning

Temperature, movement and compression

World first

Supporting mums from the get-go

Multi award-winning

Temperature, movement and compression

World first

Supporting mums from the get-go

Multi award-winning

Temperature, movement and compression

World first

Supporting mums from the get-go

Multi award-winning

Temperature, movement and compression

World first

Supporting mums from the get-go

Multi award-winning

Temperature, movement and compression

World first

Supporting mums from the get-go

Multi award-winning

Temperature, movement and compression

World first

Supporting mums from the get-go

Multi award-winning

Recommended by Midwives and Lactation Consultants

Tested. Awarded. Loved.

Deakin University and the Western Health Partnership conducted an independent clinical trial on Lactamo, published in the International Breastfeeding Journal in 2022.

The trial was led by Professor Linda Sweet who concluded that "Lactamo is a valuable breastfeeding aid". "Lactamo has the incredible potential to fundamentally address the key breastfeeding problems both proactively and reactively".

100% of mums in the clinical trial said they would recommend Lactamo to other mums.

How lactamo helps

Common breastfeeding challenges

Unique features of Lactamo

Temperature
Hollow surface
lumps filled with gel that can be heated or cooled.

Movement
Rolling movement over the breast is aimed at stimulating milk production and flow, helping relieve swelling and pain, and helping fight off infection.

Compression
Gentle compression helps to facilitate the movement of fluids in the breast to ease inflammation and aid in milk flow.

Super soft and safe
As soft as a marshmallow, Lactamo is specifically designed for lactating breasts. Crafted from 100% medical grade silicone and filled with a non-toxic gel.

What People Are Saying

“A game-changer in breastfeeding”

Professor Linda Sweet

Chair in Midwifery, Deakin University and the Western Health Partnership

Leading Innovation for breastfeeding

Our Awards

Business NSW
"Outstanding Startup" 2021

TEDxSydney
“Best New Business
Idea" 2020

MedTech Actuator
Award Australia & India 2019

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