Wildwood Circe Breast and Belly Ritual Balm
Encourages Breast Wellness. Minimizes Stretch Marks
With Wild Lady’s Mantle, Clover Blossom + Hibiscus Flower
Named for the witch goddess, Circe. Renowned for her gifts in magic and herb craft.
A deeply nourishing, and lightly aromatic breast and belly massage oil crafted with wild foraged, feminine herbs and flowers, to stimulate lymphatic flow, absolve accumulation and hydrate delicate skin, while encouraging consciousness, connection and awareness of breast wellness. A ritual of self-care that energetically promotes healing, nourishment, warmth and love. Nourishing, nutrient rich plant-based oils hydrate, soften, plump and smooth the skin, minimizing the appearance of stretch marks. Ideal for daily massage of growing baby belly.
Breast Ritual: Apply 3-4 drops per hand, with circular, broad strokes that extend from the breastbone to the centre of the chest, breasts and underarms. Massage daily or as desired. May also be enjoyed over entire body as a healing, moisturizing skin serum.
Body Ritual: Massage into freshly cleansed, slightly damp skin after bathing. To soothe, protect and hydrate areas prone to stretch marks, focus on belly, thighs, hips and bum, massaging deeply until absorbed. May also be used as a dry body oil.
Featuring foraged herbs and flowers, slowly infused for two full moon cycles, including cramp bark, vitex, cinnamon, ginger root, cleavers, lady's mantle, red rose, elderflower, calendula, yarrow blossom, oat tops, hops flower, red clover, hibiscus, sacred tulsi, nettle, peppermint leaf and essence, safflower, creamy raw almond, and fresh lavandin essence.
Free of Essential Oils. Perfect for Sensitive Skin.
Nursing mothers are advised to wipe any oil reside from nipples and surrounding area before breastfeeding.
All herbs in this formula are blended with care for topical benefit only. The concentration of each herbal preparation is intentionally minimal, and intended to be safe during conception and pregnancy. However, it is always recommended to consult your care practitioner before using a herbal product if you are pregnant or nursing.