This midwife developed body and skin soothing duo will help to soothe and hydrate tight, itchy stretching skin with our best selling Fantastic Skin elastic and cool, soothe and help reduce puffiness in legs and ankles with our NEW Keep Your Cool spritz. Ideal for use throughout pregnancy no matter what trimester you are in.
Fantastic Skin Elastic is a natural, rich massage serum which provides relief to skin anywhere on your body and even helps to reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scars. Made with grapefruit, geranium, calendula and lavender to soothe and soften your skin, while vitamin E encourages elasticity and beeswax locks in moisture.
Feeling hot, swollen, and uncomfortable is a common symptom during pregnancy as your hormones change. Keep your Cool natural, midwife developed spritz it is also suitable for other parts of the body. Made with peppermint and eucalyptus pure essential oils to naturally cool, aloe to soothe, and black pepper and sweet orange to help ease puffiness.
Save 10% on Skin Soothing Duo compared to when purchased individually.
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Skin Soothing Duo
It has been carefully designed to help condition and prepare your skin for stretching. Having well moisturised skin is a foundation for preventing dry, itchy and irritated skin during pregnancy. Stretch marks may not be prevented by moisturising alone, different types of skin are more elastic than others. This means that some women’s skin will stretch better than others and be less prone to stretch marks developing. If you do get stretch marks, it can help to reduce their appearance, as well as the appearance of any scars (such as caesarean scars) or redness
It is suitable to use as your skin moisturiser from the first trimester and throughout pregnancy. Some women continue to use it after their baby is born as their usual body moisturiser.
There are no added perfumes. Instead, there’s a subtle fragrance from the ingredients, including grapefruit, lavender, calendula and geranium essential oils
It will depend how often and how much you use. As a guide, one pump should be enough to cover your bump