Marvellous Massaging Sticksoothing + calming
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massage in pregnancy can help soothe many common ailments
"This pregnancy massaging stick is ideal for self massage or for your partner to apply and massage, it will help relieve tension during pregnancy and during labour. The applicator is designed to be mess free and provides texture and gentle pressure during massage."
Our Marvellous Massaging Stick is ideal throughout pregnancy, especially in the third trimester and for labour.
This midwife-developed pregnancy massaging stick is expertly blended, with Frankincense oil, known to calm and ground, geranium oil to relax and shea butter is hydrating and can help reduce skin inflammation. During your massage, take a moment to pause, breathe deeply and inhale the beautiful natural fragrance of the oils as the balm melts into your skin.
Our Marvellous Massaging Stick multi-tasks as a no mess way to apply the balm and, also, as a massager itself, making self-massage super easy and helping you to apply gentle pressure.
Massage is an effective way of relieving tension during pregnancy and can be especially beneficial in helping you cope during labour. Our midwives have developed a series of how to videos that demonstrate simple techniques for self-massage and massage-by-a-partner which include foot, leg, hands, back and shoulders and sacral pressure massage - all of which soothe general aches and pains during pregnancy and in the early stages of labour. Learn more here.
Made with 99.8% naturally derived ingredients.
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