Best New Mum/ Maternity Skincare Products

Best New Mum/ Maternity Skincare Products

by Emily Gilbert |
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Organic Nipple Balm's plant-based remedy has been crafted to care for tender nipples and dry skin.

Lansinoh HPA Lanolin helps soothe and protect sore, cracked nipples. In fact, 99% of mums would recommend HPA Lanolin to other mums*.

A highly concentrated rich moisturising cream to help replenish the skin and hydrate dry areas. Non greasy formula

Instant relief for perineal soreness, bruising and swelling after childbirth. Chances are you'll be quite sore after childbirth because of stretching, bruising and swelling, even if you don't have a tear or episiotomy.

Lovingly made to be the simplest and softest of formulas for all of our Baby Mama's. Expertly blended with nourishing organic coconut oil.

Treat your bump with this targeted treatment bump mask to care for your skin. Cooling aloe vera hydrates the dry skin whilst rosehip works to help reduce stretch marks.

Formulated by founder, Jan, a qualified midwife and aromatherapist, all Motherlylove products are blended for safe use in pregnancy.

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