GROWING A LITTLE ONE AND RAISING A FAMILY IS TOUGH WORK. THAT’S WHY MAMA + ME INFUSES AS MUCH LOVE AS WE CAN INTO EACH SOAK SO YOU CAN SUBMERGE YOUR STRESS OR PREGNANCY DISCOMFORTS AWAY AND ENJOY A MOMENT OF TOTAL BLISS.
OUR BATH BOMBS ARE ALL NATURAL, USING ONLY HIGH-QUALITY INGREDIENTS AND MEDICINAL PLANT INFUSED OILS. OUR INFUSED OIL ENSURES THAT ALL THE POWERFUL HEALING PROPERTIES OF EACH BOTANICAL IS EXTRACTED AND INFUSED INTO EACH SOAK SO YOUR EXPERIENCE IS ENHANCED WITH MORE ANTIOXIDANTS, MINERALS AND HEALING PROPERTIES.
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda), Citric Acid, Magnesium Sulphate (Epsom Salt), Zea Mays (Corn) starch, Infused Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Calendula, Chamomile and Lavender infused Almond botanical oil, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel), Side one: Bentonite Clay, Lemon Peel, Natural Fragrance, Citrus Limon (Lemon Oil), Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit Oil), Sodium Chloride (Himalayan coarse salt) with dried botanicals of Rose and Calendula. Side two: Dried Eucalyptus, Green Clay, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender oil), Mentha Piperita (Peppermint oil) and dried botanicals of eucalyptus, Cornflower, Chamomile and Lavender.
T E C H N I Q U E O F C O N T R A S T
F O O T S O A K
Step-by-step method for helping to aid reduce swollen feet in late stage pregnancy and postpartum.
Step 1: Take two bowls, they each should be large enough so that you can submerge both feet in each.
Step 2: In one bowl fill with cool tap water.
Step 3: In the other bowl use warm-hot water (45 degrees suggested). Temperature can be altered to be hotter once feet are submerged if you prefer to build up to a heat.
Step 4: Dip feet in starting with cold water. Keep feet submerged for 1 minute.
Step 5: After 1 minute, swap feet over to the heated bowl. Again, keep it for 1 minute.
Step 6: Repeat this process till water in both the bowl comes to normal temperature.
Step 7: End it in cold water.
Note: Please make a note that you have to start in cold water and also end in cold water.
Safety guidelines: Avoid use with diabetes. Swelling is common in pregnancy however extra caution must be applied and your doctor/midwife must be consulted if your swelling persists or extends to your hands and face as this may signal as large problem such as preeclampsia.