Perineum Massage Oil
An all-natural oil to help you prepare for the birth of your baby – perineal massage enhances skin’s flexibility, protecting against tears and cuts during childbirth.
It’s a day you’re looking forward to, but Mums would rather be without tears and cuts in their sensitive skin. From 34 weeks you can prepare, with regular massage using Perineum Massage Oil to enhance flexibility in the skin of the birth area. With sweet almond and vitamin E rich wheatgerm oil, the oil is especially formulated for massages which help the perineum to become more flexible and relaxed, ready for childbirth.
Nourishes and prepares skin for birth, facilitates regular massage of the perineum area to keep skin soft and flexible. Dermatologically tested. This oil is a product of the Weleda Pregnancy and Breastfeeding line, developed by experienced midwives and pharmacists.
Free from synthetic preservatives, fragrances, colourants, free of raw materials derived from mineral oil.
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synthetic preservatives, fragrances, colourants, free of raw materials derived from mineral oil
How to use
Use from the 34th week of pregnancy.
Apply oil to the outer labia and between the vagina and the anus.
Massage the inner perineal area with the tip of the thumb and the outer perineal area with the fingers in circular movements, at first with light pressure then with increased pressure along an imaginary dial.
Insert thumb deep into the vagina. In doing so, breathe out and stretch the tissue down and out towards the anus. Repeat regularly. A slight pull should be felt but no pain.
Use three to four times a week for 5 to 10 minutes.