Castor Oil Packs for Breasts
Castor Oil Packs for Breasts
Castor Oil Packs for Breasts
Castor Oil Packs for Breasts
Castor Oil Packs for Breasts
Castor Oil Packs for Breasts
Castor Oil Packs for Breasts

Castor Oil Packs for Breasts

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Queen of the Thrones® original heatless, less-mess, reusable Castor Oil Packs for Breasts.

Castor Oil Packs are thought to help naturally support:

  • Circulation and lymphatic drainage 
  • Inflammation balance
  • Moisturized skin 


*PACKS ONLY - Castor Oil sold separately. Bra not included.

Breast pack small size  by Queen of the thrones

What are they made of?

  • Inner layer: 100% organic cotton

  • Outer layer: 100% polypropylene

Breast pack small size  by Queen of the thrones

How do I use them?

  1. Gently massage breasts with Castor Oil (sold separately).

  2. Place the packs on your breasts, securing them to a bra using the easy button with elastic.
  3. Wear for 1 hour.


Will it fit me?

The Castor Oil Packs for Breasts (Small) fit roughly A-C cup sizes. For sizes D and up, the Castor Oil Packs for Breasts (Large) may be a better fit.


FAQs

What kind of bra can I wear these with?

You’ll want to use an old bra that you don’t mind getting Castor Oil on (just in case your packs leak). Since Castor Oil is an oil it will stain fabrics. Your best choice is any bra that doesn’t fit too tightly under your breasts (so as not to restrict lymphatic flow).


Does my Castor Oil need to be in a glass bottle?

Yes, Castor Oil should ALWAYS be bottled in glass.


IDo I have to add heat?

Extra heat is not necessary because Queen of the Thrones® Castor Oil Packs have been engineered to naturally hold in body heat.


Are the Castor Oil Packs messy?

Although they aren’t messless, they are LESS messy than traditional Castor Oil Packs. Always wear an old bra and T-shirt over top, just in case.


Can/how do I wash my pack?

Before 1st use, you may want to wash your new Castor Oil Packs as recent research from the National Institute of Health shows that even organic materials may contain traces of chemicals via transportation, packaging and warehousing. Luckily, washing is shown to significantly reduce or even eliminate these chemicals completely.

It's like when you buy produce, you always wash it first, even if it’s organic! A new pack can be hand washed or machine washed with natural detergent and laid flat to dry. However, once you have started adding oil to your pack, it may be best NOT to wash it. Washing a used pack may lead to oil getting all over the outer "less mess" layer of the packs, making it messier and decreasing its natural lifecycle. Tips to extend the life of your packs:

  • Only use 1 tbsp of fresh Castor Oil with each use
  • Keep Castor Oil in the center of your pack (away from the seams)
  • Avoid washing your oily pack

How often do I have to replace my packs?

For hygiene, apply fresh Castor Oil with each use and replace your packs approximately every 2 months.


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Shipping

Do you ship to Australia, UK, New Zealand or other countries?

We currently only ship to the US and Canada but are quickly working to make international shipping happen sooner rather than later!

How will it ship if I place my order today?

In the U.S. we ship with UPS or USPS.

Usually orders arrive within 5 business days of ordering, however, with high volumes of postage it may take longer.

How can I get FREE shipping?

Shipping on orders over $60 are always FREE!

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