WHO ARE WE?
Milk Baby is an Australian owned and operated independent breastfeeding product brand located in Brisbane.
Newly established in 2019 and fast becoming one of Australia’s favourite breast pump and breastfeeding brands.
We source and manufacture in selected countries that follow strict safety and product standards to ensure highest quality, with design teams in Australia and Italy.
Most Loved Collections
Breast Milk Shells
MILK BABY RANGE OF BREASTFEEDING PRODUCTS
Taking the hassle out of expressing and storing your precious breastmilk.
SILICONE BREAST PUMP
BREAST MILK COLLECTION SHELLS
BREAST MILK STORAGE BAGS
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Looking for a reliable and effective breast pump that will serve you well?
Check out the Unimom Opera Breast Pump and Unimom Minuet Breast Pumps.
Pump needs charging? no problem, the Minuet has USB charging port and can be charged in the car, lap top etc.
Ideal for work and pumping on the go.
The Minuet double breast pump is designed for comfort and convenience, it’s small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and can easily be carried around in your hand bag.
Bub’s asleep? Make yourself a cup of your favourite herbal tea, sit back and put your feet up for a moment.
The housework can wait. You can take a minute for yourself. Have a read, or better yet – have a nap.
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The question I hear often is “which is the best breast pump?” Now that’s a very good question but also a very tricky one.The best regarding what exactly? As not one mother and her body and milk supply are the same, there’s not one breast pump that is the best for all. The question will
Almost all mothers who breastfeed go through a period of questioning whether or not their supply of milk is adequate. Some mothers simply aren’t able to produce enough milk to meet the needs of her baby. According to many experts, true insufficiencies of milk are very rare. A lot of women think their milk supply