Which Breast Pumps work with BeauGen Breast Pump Cushions?

Which Breast Pumps work with BeauGen Breast Pump Cushions?

Learn if your breast pump works with our soft and stretchy breast pump cushions.

BeauGen breast pump cushions work with most of the major providers of breast pumps available on the market.  There are however, some with unique shapes with which our cushions are not compatible. Read this post or watch the video below to learn which pumps our cushions fit.

Watch this short video clip from BeauGen Founder and CEO Tu-Hien to determine whether your breast pump will be compatible with our cushions.  You can also check out our FAQ page if you have additional questions about our products and services.  Or, you’re welcome to email our Mommy Care Team. You can find the Mommy Care Team email address here

Compatibility Based on Shape and Size

The easiest and fastest way to know whether your breast pump will be compatible with our revolutionary cushions is to take a look at the shape and size of your flanges.  If your flanges have a tunnel and cone shape, it is likely that our cushions will be compatible with your pump. Our cushions actually mimic this shape to help moms achieve comfort and a better fit, while reducing friction. 

The second step to determine compatibility is to check your flange size.  BeauGen breast pump cushions are one-size-fits-most and are designed to fit a wide range of flange sizes, from 21-27mm.  While most pump flanges will fall within this size range, we do recognize that there are certain flanges that fall outside of this range. 

Determining Capability by Brand

If you’re specifically searching for the brand of your pump to determine compatibility with our breast pump cushions, we’ve put together a quick list here.  The cushions work with major brands like Medela, Lansinoh, Spectra, Willow, Elvie, BabyBuddha, Evenflo and Hygeia.  

A Helpful Tip from Our Mommy Care Team

Now that you have determined that you can use our cushions with your pump, it’s important to take a look at the fit you have with your current flange.  If you have a tighter fit, we recommend going up a flange size. This will give you a bit more room to insert the cushion, and to maintain a good fit with your pump.

Now that you’ve determined that your breast pump is compatible, check out how to insert the cushions into your pump with this helpful post and video here

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