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The perfect gift for any mama-to-be.
A thoughtful gift set perfect for the Labour room.
Our bestselling Tummy Rub Butter.
Protect, cool and soothe pregnant and new mama boobs.
We've doubled up our mama-fave Tummy Rub Oil.
Soothing ginger and lime scent.
Helps minimise pregnancy stretch marks over time.
Relieves and soothes delicate sore nipples with organic oils.
Soothe sensitivity with this duo, an essential for breastfeeding mothers.
Our new facial mist which is cooling, calming and comforting.
Cleanse and balance hormonal skin. Pregnancy safe.
Your skincare miracle worker to give you effortless, all over gorgeous skin.
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.
Struggling with swollen ankles and weary legs during pregnancy?
Our Lucky Legs cooling leg gel is instantly refreshing and soothing, the perfect partner as summer months near.
Relieve hot, tired, heavy legs and cool swollen feet and ankles with the Lucky Legs cooling leg gel. Expertly formulated with invigorating spearmint this uplifting gel provides instant relief, helping to reduce puffiness in both legs and feet. Refresh weary pins with this unique blend of arnica, tingling menthol and soothing organic coconut oil.
Formulated with relaxing lavender, soothing chamomile and cooling menthol and spearmint, not just for cooling down on hot days, you can also apply before going to bed to help with twitchy legs and throbbing feet. Don't just believe us, take a look at our fantastic mama reviews!
Our pregnancy experts are on hand to guide you through the nine-month stretch and beyond!
As the summer months approach and things heat up, see our top tips on instantly alleviate feelings of irritation for sensitive skin.
Take a look at our favourite ways to prevent swelling during pregnancy and help banish those dreaded cankles.
Many mamas find themselves with Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS), in fact this condition affects 25% of pregnant women. So what can you do about it?