Welcome to the Lactamo community
We’re excited you’re here.
At Lactamo, our goal is to support the breastfeeding community – both healthcare professionals and mums - and we’d love you to be part of that journey with us.
We want to support mums to have the best breastfeeding experience they can, if they choose that journey. As such, we’ve spent the last 4 years working with breastfeeding leaders from across the world to develop an innovative, and clinically validated solution to reactively and proactively support common breastfeeding problems.
By growing our community, we hope to inform, support and empower more mums on their breastfeeding journeys.
Interested in seeing a Lactamo for yourself?
We’re proud of what we’ve created with Lactamo. And we want to share it with you, the breastfeeding experts. Be part of our growing network, supporting mums to have the best breastfeeding experience they can.
If you are a qualified lactation professional, fill in your details below and we’ll get in touch to arrange delivery of a free Lactamo*. We'd love to hear your feedback.
*Currently only shipping to Australia, New Zealand and India. Only 1 free product per qualified lactation professional.
Designed by a mum, for mums, Lactamo was inspired by the breastfeeding journey and challenges of one nursing mother. “The lack of solutions and support for breastfeeding is disappointing, and this continues to play a significant role in the breastfeeding statistics.”
Lactamo is a clinically-validated solution that combines three critical components (temperature, movement and compression) to cohesively address the common breastfeeding problems.
130 million babies are born globally and 96% of mothers initiate breastfeeding. However, by the time babies are 5 months old, less than a quarter of babies are exclusively breastfed. Whilst this is for a variety of individual reasons, by offering solutions and support, Lactamo’s goal is to increase breastfeeding rates. Lactamo uses innovation to proactively and reactively address breastfeeding problems.
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