relief for your bits through pregnancy, birth and recovery
Our midwife developed 'look after your bits' care bundle will help you soothe your bits through pregnancy, birth and recovery.
Spritz for Bits is a natural pregnancy must have for when you are managing the many changes that might occur to your bits from haemorrhoids/piles causing discomfort, for swelling or discomfort around the vulval area, to help calm itching and discomfort of thrush (after seeking assessment/treatment from your midwife or pharmacist) and other irritations such as cystitis or post coital discomfort.
Peri Prep your bits is a 100% natural perineal massage oil that is safe to use in pregnancy to prepare for your baby’s birth and is ideal for encouraging the skin around your perineum to stretch more easily during childbirth. Perineal massage should start at 34 weeks.
Soak for Bits can be used throught pregnancy too to soothe your bits and also soothe aching muscles as your body changes and baby grows.
Spritz for Bits provides instant relief from perineal soreness even if you don’t have a tear or episiotomy you will have stretched skin, bruising and swelling. This multi-award winning spray contains natural essential oils with anti-bacterial properties and soothes to promote healing.
Soak for Bits is perfect for those first baths after childbirth, with premium Epsom salts, which instantly disperses in warm bath water, and are known for their ability to help a tired, aching body to relax and soothe. Blended with essential oils - tea tree and calendula which have anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, bergamot aids relaxation, with added arnica to help bruising and swelling.
Spritz for Bits can be used for many things, so if you have some left don't let it go to waste it can be used on any wound going through a normal healing process, or bites and stings for adults and children.
Peri Prep Your Bits is a ideal for moisturisation of any dry skin or healing scars or even as a body oil.
Soak for Bits can be used throughout breastfeeding so prioritise your recovery and enjoy those much needed recovery baths.