Pregnancy Boob Tube protects, cools and soothes pregnant and new mama boobs. Rich in vital Omegas (which are naturally depleted during pregnancy and nursing) to lock in hydration and elasticise and natural firmers and antioxidants to strengthen and protect skin from sagging. We have even sourced the incredible extract from cabbage, the age-old secret to help soothe swollen nursing boobs.
Stretch Mark Tip:
To protect your boobs from stretch marks, be sure to use The Tummy Rub Butter or Oil on them during pregnancy and for 4 months after baby arrives. For added sag protection and extra soothing, layer Pregnancy Boob Tube over Tummy Rub to make sure you are protected against both stretch marks AND sagging.
Skincare alone can’t defy gravity, so wearing a good support bra is a powerful weapon for fighting sag (and it helps relieve breast soreness as well). For extra insurance against dreaded droop, sleep in a light yet supportive bra, too. Trust us, anything that helps prevent you from waking up from the weight of your boobs when you roll over is worth it.
There are major muscles beneath your boobs (although they have a lot more coverage these days), and keeping them firm and fit can have a big impact on perkiness.
Wall push-ups: Stand 12 to 18 inches away from the wall and place your hands on the wall at shoulder height about six inches outside your shoulders. Lean in, bringing your face close to the wall, and then push back. Start with one set of 12 and if you’re up for more, go for it!
Formulated with natural, pure medical-grade Lanolin from the wool of happy little sheep, Keep Calm nipple balm is all about soothing and repairing delicate nipples. This healing balm also contains Omega-rich organic Coconut and Olive Oils to keep skin strong, and organic Shea Butter that acts as a protective barrier so your nipples can keep getting the job done comfortably.
Gently apply Keep Calm Nipple Balm to soothe sore, cracked nipples. Just remember it’s 100% safe for baby, and be sure to reapply after every feeding.
Feeding your boobs the right foods can help them stand at attention—and help them stay that way through the volume changes they’ll experience before and after baby arrives.
These essential fatty acids are like a safety net for your growing skin, (the skin on your boobs included) and they support the collagen and elastin that will help your skin stretch without leaving a mark—and help it bounce back once baby makes his or her big debut.
Fruits and vegetables
Eating plenty of antioxidants in the form of brightly colored fruits and vegetables is important for baby, but it also shields your collagen from damage that diminishes the skin’s spring and elasticity. Vitamin C is a big one here (in fact, your skin can’t produce collagen without it), and beyond the obvious citrus fruits, you can also find mega-doses of it in guava, red peppers, green peppers, kiwi, strawberries, Brussels spouts and cantaloupe.