Carrying a miracle inside you can be a lot for your belly and back. Don’t worry, you've got backup.
The Belly Band is a second pair of hands holding you up, reducing strain on your back and keeping you balanced during pregnancy and beyond.
Continue rocking the Belly Band after delivery to support loose tummy muscles while you regain strength in your core.
The Belly Butter keeps your belly and boobies soft and supple during your nine-month stretch and is specially formulated to repair postpartum skin.
Our 2-layer design targets compression where you need it most in the lower abdomen and back.
The Belly Band gives your tummy the TLC it needs postpartum and helps you close separated abdominal muscles so you can feel stronger, sooner.
Discreet under and over clothes
Lightweight and breathable
Our concentrated Belly Butter blend includes Shea Butter to maintain skin elasticity and Witch Hazel to firm postpartum skin and reduce the appearance of stretch marks.
Enriched with vitamins B3, B5, E and F, the Belly Butter relieves and repairs itchy, stretched skin.
Promotes skin elasticity
Moisturises and relieves itchiness
Safe to use during pregnancy and postpartum
Two muscles that run down the middle of your stomach can separate during pregnancy. This is called diastasis recti. Separation will usually go back to normal by the time your baby is 8 weeks old. 
During pregnancy, the ligaments in your body naturally become softer and stretch to prepare you for labour. This can put strain on the joints of your lower back and pelvis, which can cause back pain.
Pelvic girdle pain occurs when muscles around the pelvic joints are relaxed to allow for a growing foetus, meaning they don’t have the support they normally do. Muscles have to work harder to try hold the pelvis together causing pain that can spread to the thighs and hips.
Your pregnant body holds more water than usual and the pressure of your growing womb can affect blood flow in your legs causing fluid to build up in your legs, ankles and feet.
Weight gain, a growing belly and hormonal changes in pregnancy can cause the middle layer of the skin to be stretched and broken along the stomach, upper thighs and breasts. Stretch marks are completely normal and occur in 8 in 10 women. 
Mild itching and inflammation is common in pregnancy because of the increased blood supply to the skin as well as skin of your abdomen being stretched as your baby grows.
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