Spritz For Nausea
Spritz For Nausea
Spritz For Nausea
Spritz For Nausea
Spritz For Nausea
Spritz For Nausea

pregnancy

Spritz For Nausea

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Helping you to manage nausea during pregnancy, Spritz for nausea is a gentle blend of peppermint, lemon and grapefruit essential oils whose properties are known to help with those feelings of sickness and nausea. This Midwife Developed spritz is safe to use from the first trimester, comes in a handbag friendly size and is ideal as part of your morning sickness tool kit.
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£14.50 50ml
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Spritz For Nausea

£14.50

50ml

lesley's tip

developed to make your daily life a little easier

pregnancy nausea is common; Spritz for Nausea can help ease those symptoms, especially if it’s used as part of a ‘tool kit’. Acupressure bands and peppermint foot lotion for foot massage can also help

midwife recommended

our 100% naturally derived spray can help you to cope with nausea, safe to use in pregnancy and contains none of the nasties

lemon oil

for helping to reduce nausea and vomiting, calm your upset stomach, and tackle stress and fatigue

grapefruit oil

for helping to balance hormones, regulate the digestive system and lift your mood

peppermint oil

for reducing feelings of nausea, calming stomachs and boosting energy levels

parfum

a vegetable-based product, known for its antibacterial and anti-fungal properties (not to be confused with synthetic fragrance, 'perfume')

Other ingrededients included limonene, citral, hydrogenated caster oil and water

Helping you to manage nausea during pregnancy

Midwife developed Spritz for nausea is a gentle blend of peppermint, lemon and grapefruit essential oils whose properties are known to help those feelings of sickness and nausea. This spray can help you to manage some of the symptoms of nausea experienced in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy and throughout your pregnancy, to make your daily life a little easier during pregnancy as part of your nausea toolkit.

  • Safe to use from the first trimester
  • Handbag sized, so is small enough to be carried around discreetly during the first few months of pregnancy

how can I

use it

  • Spray at the first sign of nausea, and as often as needed
  • Spritz onto your skin or pulse points, or onto a tissue or your bedding, or into the air
  • as nausea is very individual to each woman and each pregnancy, it may take a while to discover which methods work best for you
  • Contact your midwife or maternity team for further advice if you are unable to tolerate food and fluids for a prolonged period

FAQs

Unfortunately there is no quick cure for sickness and nausea in pregnancy but you can do things do help reduce those feelings. Spritz for nausea contains essential oils that have anti-sickness properties, and can be used as part of a ‘toolkit’ of things to help you manage those feelings, alongside what and when you eat, and other suggestions that are discussed in more detail in our blog below.

we have a number of delivery options depending on how quickly you would like to receive your order and where you need it to be sent

All orders received by 2pm will be dispatched the same day. Orders received after 2pm will be processed and dispatched the next working day.

Please note that our warehouse does not operate on weekends or bank holidays. All orders received after 2pm on a Friday will be dispatched on the following Monday, or the Tuesday of a bank holiday weekend.

We offer Express delivery within the UK. Orders must be placed before 2pm Monday – Thursday to be dispatched the same day for delivery within the following 2 working day (before 17:00). Orders placed after 2 pm on a Friday will be dispatched on Monday.

Orders for guaranteed Saturday delivery must be placed between 2pm on Thursday and 2pm on Friday.

Please note orders placed prior to 2pm on a Thursday may be delivered on the next working day.

Saturday delivery will take place between 9 - 17:00.

For free tracked delivery to the Republic of Ireland please visit www.myexpertmidwife.ie

We offer European and International Tracked/Signed For Delivery.

International deliveries to some countries continue to face short delays, particularly where there are a lack of available transport links and in some countries suspension of postal operations due to COVID-19. This is likely to lengthen the normal delivery timescales.

The number of countries affected is changing daily. For the most up to date information visit the Royal Mail’s International Incidents Bulletin