26 September 2015

..::Product Review::.. BeliBea Nursing Bra

My Review of the BeliBea Nursing Bra

What is it exactly?

     From the website. . .
" BeliBea is a brand-new maternity bra that in a single garment lets you both nurse with ease and pump hands-free, or doing both at the same time. Comfortable for all day and night wear, it has two panels on each breast. You can unclip both to nurse, use the interior panel to hold your pump in place while you read, check your phone, care for your baby or take a precious moment to relax!"


I was sent a medium nude nursing bra from BeliBea to review.  

The price for this bottle is $49.95.

Packaging & Presentation of the 
BeliBea Nursing Bra

This nursing bra arrived to me in perfect condition.  It was wrapped in a clear plastic bag.  You can see directly through to the bra.  It was folded very nicely.  The front of the bag had the brand logo sticker front and center, and a sizing sticker placed on the bottom right.

The sturdy backing contained a lot of important information about the nursing bra.  It provides a 4-step diagram-led instruction on how to nurse as well as pump at the same time.  There is a sizing chart, list of materials, and contact information.  There are three special features listed, too:

+ Compatible with most pumps
+ Seamless stretch fit to accommodate the ongoing changing fullness of your breasts
+ Includes removable pads between the cup panels for extra comfort, support, and shape.

My Personal Experience with the BeliBea Nursing Bra

I nursed both of my kids, and I'm trying to wean my youngest, but keep pumping until she's 24 months.  This bra has been amazing!  It is so well made and provides the utmost support.

I took it out of the package and laid it out.  It has a very nice form just laying there.  It felt incredibly soft, yet it had a nice durability that I could just feel.

There were three rows of sizing selections (like a normal bra).  The inside left panel is where you'll find all of your supporting information printed directly onto the fabric.

Both of the straps are adjustable, and there are two different front snap-offs unlike the typical one with any other nursing bra.

Each side has a pretty thick pad that comes out if you choose not to use it.  I like it, though.  It is the nicest feeling and supportive nursing bra that I've ever had.  You can take both clips off and use this as a simple and normal nursing bra OR you can only unclip the first one, and you will see this-- the slot cover.  This is the portion that holds the suction cup for your breast pump.  This makes it totally hands-free and allows you to do other things that you are normally unable to do.

The bra is very well stitched, and it is not made with any wire.  It is cinched at the proper places and stretches in others.

Pros of the BeliBea Nursing Bra
  • Very comfortable.
  • Hands-free-- you can do other things while pumping.
  • Great fit-- true to size.
  • Only nursing bra that I have used with removable pads.
  • Great support.

    Cons of the BeliBea Nursing Bra
    • I wish this came in different colors.

          After so many months breastfeeding, I have gone through many different nursing bras.  The ones that I use the most came from Target.  I thought those were good.  That was until I have been wearing this one.  It looks good underneath clothing, it is actually comfortable to wear all day, it keeps my hands free and able to do other things (like work on my computer, play on my phone, read a book, you name it!).  I would love to have this in two colors, though!  I wear lots of darker clothing, so having this in a deep navy or black would be great.  I definitely recommend this!

          Are you wanting to try the BeliBea Nursing Bra, too?  Click the link below, and order away!  


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          DISCLAIMER:  I received the product mentioned above complimentary for review and testing purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  All opinions stated above are solely mine, and have not been influenced in any way.  I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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