The first pumping bra of its kind



By mimicking the hand motions recommended by lactation experts, our bra gives your hands some much needed rest while still receiving the benefits of breast compression. Wear it alone or clip it onto your nursing bra.

What's inside

Custom-engineered massage cushions inside the bra compress your breast to stimulate milk glands and make pumping sessions more productive. Adjust the compression level to your comfort using the wireless, rechargable remote.


- Adjustable massage levels

- Wireless, rechargeable controller

- Comfortable & easy to wear

- Compatible with most breast pumps

- Available in 2 sizes 


The Benefits

 More milk, every session

Using breast compression while pumping is proven to help you get more milk per session. Research from the Stanford Children's Hospital has shown that in addition of getting more milk per pumping session, breast compression also helps you increase and maintain your milk supply in the long term!

More nutrient-rich milk

Many moms already use compression to increase their milk supply and to speed up their pumping sessions. But did you know that it can help you get more nutritious milk too?

Compression helps you bring forward "hindmilk", a thicker milk packed with nutrient and beneficial fats that's deeper in the breast.

Hands-free pumping

Pumping is a big time commitment. Using your hands for breast massage to supplement your pump is even more tiresome. 

With the Lilu Massage Bra, you get all the benefits of breast massage hands-free so you can relax, catch up on emails, and more. It's also compatible with most popular breast pumps on the market.

 (video shows earlier prototype)


St Petersburg State University: Compression stimuli increased milk ejection and efficacy of the breast pump. Read more.

University Hospital of NHS: Simultaneous pumping* is more effective at producing milk than sequential pumping and breast massage has an additive effect, improving milk production. Read more.

*Simultaneous pumping is pumping both breasts at the same time.

Stanford Medicine: Combining hand techniques with electric pumping increases milk production in mothers of preterm infants. Read more.