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Peri-Prep Oil

Peri-Prep Oil

  • $2500


I'm a big believer in the body's ability to birth babies. As a doula, I've attended births of 10 pounders that leave no trace. I've also seen mums of 7 pounders experience a 2nd degree tear.

There's no doubt there are many factors around birth that influence how your vagina and peri fares. 

As a Childbirth Educator I do see the value in perineal massage.

It's often thought of as just a stretching exercise, but it provides much more than that.

It can help women learn how to yield to sensations of stretch, pressure and discomfort.

It's an opportunity to experience releasing and relaxing around these sensations.

I've also noticed perineal massage helps build birthing confidence. And you can't have enough of that, surely?

Research backs this up to show that perineal massage undertaken from 35 weeks of pregnancy, "reduces the incidence of perineal trauma requiring suturing (mainly episiotomies) and women are less likely to report perineal pain at three months postpartum."

READ THE BLOG: Pondering the Peri - What helps before and during the birth?

What is it?

This perineal massage oil is a gentle and nourishing blend of pure, natural (nut free) plant oils.

It helps to condition the skin and support elasticity in preparation for birth.

It's designed for use with perineal massage from 34 weeks of pregnancy.

As this blend has been specially formulated for the delicate area of the perineum/vaginal opening, it's essential oil free.

50ml bottle with pump lid. 

Come with full instructions.

Perineal massage can be performed on one's self or you can have your partner join the peri-prep party.

What's in it?

Contains: Apricot Kernel Oil* (Prunus armeniaca), Wheatgerm Oil* (Triticum vulgare), Rosehip Seed Oil* (Rosa canina fruit oil), Evening Primrose Oil (Oenothera Biennis), Natural Vitamin E Oil (D-alpha-Tocopherol)

*100% Australian Certified Organic ingredient

How to use

Come with full instructions.

Perineal massage can be performed on one's self or you can have your partner join the peri-prep party.

You'll also receive some of my Childbirth Educator/Doula tips on how you can reduce your likelihood of vaginal/perineal damage at birth.

Read the blog: Pondering the Peri - What helps before and during the birth?

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