"Perineal massage reduces the likelihood of perineal trauma (mainly episiotomies) and of ongoing perineal pain. As a pelvic floor physical therapist, I strongly recommend that women learn to perform self-perineal massage during the last few weeks of pregnancy, and then again postpartum once any tissue trauma heals and the skin is intact." – Dr. Jessica Drummond
Before And After A New Baby, Your Skin Deserves Extra Care
Use Honor: Every Balm on the skin of the perineum, vulva and labia.
Honor is a thick, lush unguent that absorbs well. It contains Vitamin E oil, and Bisabolol, which help strengthen skin. Other high quality ingredients such as Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Sunflower Seed Extract, and Extracts of Chinaberry, Chamomile, Ginger, False Daisy, and the vitamin rich Moringa Seed Oil make this a one-of-a-kind treatment for your intimate areas.
Use Soothe: Calming Cream which is formulated to cool, calm and soothe intimate areas.
We included Arnica Montana, witch hazel, calendula and other emollient ingredients to offer the best plant support in a rich cream base. Soothe also feels great on the stressed and stretched skin of the abdominal area and the breasts.