Peri-Heaven Postnatal Herbal Spray
*Due back in stock 25th September*
So, if you've seen the stats you'll know pregnant women have about a 75% chance of coming through birth with some degree of graze or tear. Unfortunately.
But please don't fear, for the herbs are here!
Used for centuries - and still going strong - these pack a punch for postnatal healing of lady's birthing bits.
If you're after convenient, no-prep and hands off postnatal healing the Peri-Heaven Postnatal Healing Spray is it. It even works upside down.
It's Naturopath formulated and handmade with a whole lot of doula TLC.
What is it?
This spray is rich in plant and fruit extracts plus therapeutic essentials oils.
It's goal is to soothe, cool, clean and help heal those tender, bruised nether regions after birthing.
It's suitable for vulval swelling, labial grazes, sutured vaginal/perineal tears and/or those pesky party-crasher haemorrhoids. Bottom Balm is also useful here.
The spray is a gentle, fine mist through the atomiser.
It packs easily into your hospital bag and if your postnatal room has a small bar fridge (bonus) you can keep in here for extra cooling relief.
It can be used the day of the birth and for as long as required in those early days/weeks.
Recyclable plastic bottle.
*Please note, current stock has white lids not silver as pictured.
What's in it?
Contains: Aloe Vera leaf juice* (Aloe barbadensis), Cucumber fruit extract (Cucumis sativus), Witch Hazel leaf extract (Hamamelis virginiana), Arnica flower extract* (Arnica montana) infused in Olive oil (Olea europaea fruit oil), Lavender (Lavandula augustifolia) Essential Oil, Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) Essential Oil, Helichrysum (Helichrysum italicum) Essential Oil
Excipients: Plant based preservative, polysorbate (oil/water solubiliser)
* 100% Australian Certified Organic ingredients
How to use
Use directly, undiluted and as often as required and especially after toilet use. And it works upside down!
Can be used Day 1 postpartum.
Refrigerate for added effect.
For external use only.
Tip: Keep any leftover for skin irritations; sunburn, heat fuelled nappy rash, grazes or burns!
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