What's the difference between The birthing box & V box?

A. The birthing box includes comfy disposable underwear, postpartum pads and compression socks which are not part of the V box.

Does Mommy's corset reduce tummy?

A. Mommy’s corset (Mama Care Postpartum belt) helps relief back pain, provide support to your back and helps shrink the uterus back to its original size.

How many hours should I wear Mommy’s corset?

A. Barring any complications from delivery—and only after receiving the go-ahead from your doctor—our mommy's corset postpartum belt can be worn after giving birth. We suggest wearing one for around 8 to 10 hours each day, for up to six to eight weeks postpartum, to receive the full benefits

How many Padsicles do you need for postpartum?

A. You many find that you need to change it more often, depending on blood flow. Use up to four padsicles per day.

How long do I use the no sting bottle after giving birth?

A. You can use the bottle for as long as you feel you need to. Generally, people may use the peri bottle for about a week after the birth of a baby, until your bottom feels better or is healed.

Can you wipe after giving birth?

A. Wipe from front to back after going to the bathroom. This can help prevent infection as stitches heal (if you have them)

Do you really need a comfy lap cushion postpartum?

A. Our Cozy Lap Cushion can make it more comfortable to sit down by taking the pressure off of your swollen perineum or hemorrhoids.

How many days should I do sitz bath after delivery?

A. You can buy a sitz tub that fits into your toilet or you can use your bathtub. To draw up a warm postpartum sitz bath with our Salt Bae Epsom Salt in your tub, make sure to: Wait three days to bathe or soak after giving birth.

How often can I do sitz bath?

A. To soothe your skin, a general guide is to try and have a sitz bath 4 times a day. You can have sitz baths more or less often depending on your comfort. Some people have a sitz bath after each bowel movement if their anal area is very sore. Your nurse or doctor can tell you what is best for you.

How to use our single use sitz bath sachets?

A. Our single use sachets are easy to use. Simply pour the salt into the sitz bath or your bath tub (Fill water enough to cover your pernial to tush area) and let the salts help you heal and relax. 10-15 mins recommended.

Can the big girl pants be used immediately after delivery?

A. Our Big Girl Pants are a wonderful solution to the heavy bleeding women experience right after delivery. These pants are easy to take on and off, and minimize any mess. But don't worry, most women stop using them after only a few days

Does warm compress increase breast milk?

A. Emptying the breasts frequently increases milk supply. Apply Heat. Try taking a warm bath or applying a warm compress to your breasts before nursing, as it helps to increase milk flow.

When to start drinking lactation tea?

A. Because some herbs used in tea for nursing mothers have other effects on the body, the best time to start taking the tea is after the birth of the baby. Usually, a mother's milk supply is enough to provide for the baby

How many lactating teas can I have in a day?

A. You can have around 2-3 cups per day.

How to steep the long island lactea?

A. To enjoy, Pour 8 oz freshly boiled water over 1 tea bag. Cover cup & steep for 10 minutes. Squeeze tea bag to ensure maximum goodness in your cup. Enjoy 3-5 cups daily. Good with honey!

Can I use the Soothing Nip Balm during pregnancy?

A. Due to major hormone fluctuations during pregnancy, nipples can become dry, chapped, and irritated. Experts suggest using nipple creams before the baby arrives to help protect nipples from issues associated with cracked or damaged skin and help maintain soft, supple skin.

How to use soothing nip balm?

A. Take a pea-sized amount between fingers and apply to the entire nipple area after each feeding or as needed. Apply before showering to protect sensitive nipples. No need to remove before breastfeeding.

Do I need to clean the balm before the baby feeds?

A. There is no need to clean it off before the baby feeds. It’s safe for both mom and baby.

How long can I use the nursing pillow?

A. The pillow supports the baby upto 18 months and about 20 pounds. More importantly is that you and your baby are comfortable

How can I wash the breastfeeding pillow?

A. The cover on the breast feeding pillow is detachable. You can wash the cover and put it back on.

Do I need to sterilize the human pacifier (nipple shields) after every use?

A. Generally there is no need to sterilize the nipple shield after each use. Rinse in cold water after use, then wash in hot soapy water and rinse under hot running water.

How to use the Human pacifier (nipple shield)?

A. Moisten the edges of the Human Pacifier Nipple shield with lukewarm water to help prevent it from moving. Gently turn the nipple shield inside out. Smooth it onto your breast, so the tip of your nipple fits into the nipple of the shield. It should be tight against your breast with your nipple extending into the tip.

How long do I have to wear pads after giving birth?

A. You need to change your pads frequently to stay fresh and help prevent infection. You will need to change your pad or towel every one to two hours to begin with and then, over the next two days, possibly every three to four hours.

Can I exchange the box if I have a un planned C-section or vice-e-versa?

A. Yes absolutely. We will happy interchange the bos if its unused and is in its original packaging.

How much of the healing gel can I use in a day?

A. You can use the healing gel upto 3 times per day.

How to use healing gel?

A. Apply the the witch hazel gel on your pad. The cooling gel then targets the perineal area along with the tush. It cools the area providing comfort and helps it heal. Protip- keep it in fridge for it be cold.

How important is it to use our healing gel?

A. Healing gel (witch hazel gel) is a fantastic thing that new moms can safely apply to the perineal area to not only lessen postpartum bleeding and postpartum pain, but also to lessen the risk of developing postpartum vaginal infections.