If you aren't yet familiar with perineal massage, don't feel bad - unfortunately, you won't find perineal massage mentioned on many Pregnancy To-Do lists. But, no need to worry, its never too late to learn about this beneficial, ancient practice of daily massage that aims to stretch and relax the birth canal before delivery. When performed in the last several weeks of pregnancy, studies show that perineal massage can decrease: 1) the incidence of trauma to perineal tissues; 2) the need for episiotomy, during childbirth, and 3) post partum pain during sex .
If your due date is approaching, be sure to add daily perineal massage to your own Pregnancy To-Do list. And, to help you accomplish this important goal, we are proud to introduce Baby It - the first and only isotonic, paraben-free, and pH-balanced gel specifically designed to be used during perineal massage.
And, once you've delivered your beautiful bundle of joy, use BabyIt to soothe sore, swollen, bruised, and healing tissues. BabyIt can also be used to moisturize and calm your baby's dry skin.