Vigorous babies have suckling instinct for 20 - 30 minutes after born. However, the fact shows the low production and ejection of breastfeed in the first days cause many mothers have ineffective breastfeeding problem. The lack of prolactin hormone stimulus affects breastfeed cannot be produced. Marmet technique is a combination of breast dairy and massage in puerperium mothers that can stimulate hormone during breastfeeding. This study aimed to compare effects of both marmet technique and breast massage in three-days postpartum mothers on the smoothness of breastfeeding and baby weight gain. This study used pre-experimental design with statistical group comparison conducted in Grabag Primary Health Care, Magelang District. The samples used were 40 postpartum mother respondents on September - November 2014. The statistical test used Mann Whitney U-Test. Marmet technique and breast massage affecting the smoothness of breastfeeding were statistically different (p value = 0.047). Meanwhile, the difference in affecting baby weight gain reached p value = 0.038, so statistically no difference found. The treatment of marmet technique affects breastfeeding smoother, yet no difference found between marmet technique and breast massage in affecting the baby weight gain.