What you need to know about soaking when you're pregnant
When you’re pregnant, soaking is a great way to relax, relieve those aches and pains and allow for some much needed me-time. It’s important to know the do’s and don’t's when it comes to using our soaks and to understand the benefits and cautions to take all the way through your pregnancy!
How long can I soak for, and what temperature?
The important bit of information to take away from here is to make sure that you are not making your bath too hot. In order to avoid this, make sure that your bath is comfortable enough to hop in straight away and cool enough that your skin won’t go pink and sweat. The ideal temperature is 37 degrees, the same temperature as our bodies. Don't soak for longer than 20 minutes.
The benefits of clay and Epsom salts
Using clay and Epsom salts during your pregnancy is not only safe but beneficial for you and your baby! Thanks to our good friend magnesium (found in Epsom salts), those annoying aches and pains should reduce and that much needed nights rest you’re longing for should be just around the corner. Clay has been used for centuries to help reduce swelling and the retention of fluid and is great at absorbing bacteria that can lead to acne prone skin.
What you need to know about using essential oils and breastfeeding
Essential oils have heaps of therapeutic benefits where research has been made into their uses and mechanisms of action. Due to the fact they contain active ingredients, it is important to take caution when using them especially during pregnancy and breastfeeding as everything you do has the potential to be passed through to your little one.
What soak is perfect for when you’re pregnant?
All our soaks can be used at certain points in your pregnancy so just check our FAQ for the details. The Rose Wellness Soak is a winner as it can be used at any point of your pregnancy. Rose petals and rose otto oil is perfect in helping you calm your mind, uplift your energy and help the integrity of your skin.
For a more in depth understanding of soaking when your pregnant click here to view our FAQ’s.
The use of these products is for external use only and not intended or suitable for internal consumption. This information is intended for informational and educational purposes only and no medical claims are implied in reference to diagnosis of any conditions. Any reference to health benefits should not be taken as a replacement for medical advice or prescription medication from your medical practitioner. If you have any concerns please consult your healthcare professional before use.