The peri oil is perfect for a perineal massage to help avoid tearing during delivery. Practice this massage daily for a few weeks prior to your due date (can start at around 34 weeks of pregnancy). For about 30 seconds; massage the thin skin on the lower rim of the vagina with the index finger and thumb. It will become thicker and less sensitive. Massage the perineum with circular motions for another 30 seconds. If it applies, concentrate the massage on the scare of any previous episiotomies as this tissue will be less elastic.
Relax the muscles of the face, the mouth and the legs while practicing these massages. As much as possible try to keep the bum, thighs and hips relaxed while using deep belly breathing.
This massage oil contains the essential oils of:
Geranium, Also includes evening primrose oil
Soothing & healing mist
The peri mist is a soothing and healing mist for the perineum after birth. Spray onto the tender areas frequently. Once you are ready to use post baby, keeping the mist refrigerated will help to increase the ‘cooling relief’ of the aloe vera and make it more refreshing.
Frankincense, Clary Sage, Lavender, Geranium
Also contains Witch Hazel and Aloe Vera