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Intensely hydrate your ever-growing tummy during pregnancy.
The first step to stretch mark prevention.
Our bestselling Tummy Rub Butter.
Your Stretch Mark Saviour, now fragrance free
We've doubled up our mama-fave Tummy Rub Oil.
Helps minimise pregnancy stretch marks over time.
The original Tummy Rub Butter formula in a double size format
Relieves and soothes delicate sore nipples with organic oils.
Soothe sensitivity with this duo, an essential for breastfeeding mothers.
Protect, cool and soothe pregnant and new mama boobs.
All-in-one multi-functional super balm to moisturise, heal and protect.
Replenish, revitalise and nourish dry skin from top to toe.
Revive tired, heavy legs and feet, safe during pregnancy.
In support of Maternal Mental Health Week, Mama Mio have teamed up with four amazing mamas to talk maternal mental health. From the baby blues to diagnosed phobias, the support that’s available for the little things can make a big difference.We're taking an honest look at some of the real issues that modern day mamas face, join the conversation now.#BehindTheBump
"I remember sitting back and saying to my husband, ‘I have everything that I could possibly want here, I have you my loving husband, I have this perfect baby, my family are here’ but all I wanted to do was go on a walk with the dog and cry. I remember feeling really sad about that and not wanting to talk to anyone about it."
"The main point I knew it didn’t feel normal was when I wasn’t able to sleep. I knew I’d feel anxious, I knew I’d have concerns, but then it got to a point where I wasn’t sleeping for days on end.I felt horrific and I knew then that something wasn’t right. I tried to speak up but sort of got brushed off."
"I think the fact that I didn’t see or feel him come out is the reason I was feeling so emotional and so down.I do feel like your birth experience has a huge impact on the early stages of how you feel as a mum."
"Tiredness, breastfeeding and long nights have probably been toughest for me. You have the low moments, but the magical bond you have with your baby makes you think: 'this is so worth it!'"
Have you been affected by any of the issues we've talked about throughout Behind the Bump?If you're looking for support or simply someone to talk to, here are some of our recommendations of services available:NCT: The National Childbirth Trust supports parents through impartial advice and introduces them to a local network of parents to gain emotional and practical support.Peanut App: This interactive app allows "women to meet as mamas and connect as women", providing a platform for like-minded ladies to share, discuss and learn from one and other.Maternal Mental Health Alliance: This group is striving to draw attention to the struggles new mamas are facing, visit the Resource Hub on their website for an amazing selection of location and need specific contacts.Your local healthcare provider: If there's one thing #BehindTheBump has taught us, is that it pays to talk. Your doctor will be able to refer you to relevant groups, services and individuals qualified to help.