Weaning “Bye-bye” Cream to stop breastfeeding from Japan
What is “Bye-bye” cream for stopping breastfeeding?
“Bye-bye” cream for stopping breastfeeding contains a natural most bitter flavor, denatonium benzoate. It is used by many renowned toy makers to prevent chewing the toys by the smallest of the children, for example, for Nintendo Switch game cards. The ingredient is completely safe and is not associated with any long-term health risks.
Bitter taste immediately makes mommy's breast much less attractive to the children. This helps to stop breastfeeding gently, without constant fighting and dealing with tears of the child still lingering for the mother's breastmilk. Moreover, “Bye-bye” cream contains multiple hydrating and protective components for improving the mother's skin condition.
“Bye-bye” cream can be also used for children who tend to suck, lick or chew their fingers or nails. The bitter taste prevents sucking or licking without any harm for the health, and the moisturizing components reduce the irritation of the skin. You can also use the smallest amount of the cream for preventing of toys or pencils chewing.
“Bye-bye” weaning cream for breastfeeding stop from Japan consists of natural eatable products for 99%. No mineral oil, artificial colors or odors are used for this product.
- natural bitter flavor (denatonium benzoate),
- tri(caprylic acid/capric acid) glyceryl,
- tri(caprylic acid/capric acid/myristic acid/stearic acid) glyceryl.
Amount: 10 g
Maker: JEX Co., Ltd., Osaka, Japan
- promoting stopping breastfeeding,
- hydrating and protecting breast skin,
- preventing thumb and finger sucking or licking,
- preventing chewing the toys.
How to use
Take a small amount of the cream and gently rub it into the place.
While the product is completely safe when taken inside, it is not designed for consuming as a food.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patient needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.