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Spritz for Labour

calms & centres

This fragrant spritz is midwife developed with a combination of pure essential oils; Frankincense, Geranium and Orange, which can help you to feel calm, grounded and more focused when in labour if you are starting to feel overwhelmed.  Also perfect throughout pregnancy, especially in the third trimester if you are struggling to relax and prepare for a good night’s sleep.

£10.00 was £12.50
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Spritz for Labour

£10.00

was £12.50

lesley's tip

use this spritz in combination with breathing techniques taught at your antenatal classes to enhance relaxation during labour and birth.

midwife recommended

frankincense oil

helping you to feel calm + grounded

geranium oil

helps you to feel centred + relaxed

orange oil

calms, allowing you to focus your energy

This essential oil blend naturally relaxes + helps prepare you for sleep

Aqua (Water), PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Parfum, Boswellia Carterii (Frankincense) Oil, Pelargonium Graveolens (Geranium) Flower Oil, Citrus Sinensis (Orange) Peel Oil, Citral, Linalool, Limonene, Citronellol, Geraniol. 

Helps to calm and centre you, and focus your energy during labour

Sometimes awaiting the arrival of your baby can make you anxious or stressed, and this is more common during the end stages of pregnancy, during labour and the transition phase.

Our midwives understand that these feelings can be overwhelming, and so have developed Spritz for Labour. This spray is a blend of pure essential oils, Frankincense and Geranium which are known for their calming and grounding properties, and Orange oil to bring focussed energy, which will help you overcome feelings of nervousness, so you feel more centred and in control.

This is an essential to add to your hospital bag checklist.

How can I

use it?

  • spray onto skin, pulse points, the air around you, a tissue or your pillow and inhale
  • your birth partner can keep this spritz close by during labour to support your breathing
  • use this spray alongside other techniques, such as breathing relaxation exercises and hypnobirthing to create a more relaxing environment
  • ideal for use in pregnancy, especially those later stages when you are feeling overwhelmed and need to calm, focus and feel more grounded
  • spritz your pillow and bedding inhale and relax before sleep
  • re-spray as often as needed

FAQs

We do not advise using Spritz for labour on your baby. Your baby’s skin is very sensitive and needs to adapt slowly to life in the outside world by using as few products on their skin as possible in the first few weeks.

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.

Same day dispatch if ordered before 2pm Monday - Friday, £1.95 for all orders under £20

Orders must be placed before 2pm Monday – Thursday to be dispatched the same day for delivery the next working day (before 5pm). Orders placed after 2pm 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 9am - 5pm.

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