The Essential Postpartum Care Kit
Preparing for the fourth trimester
After 9 months of growing a human and going through all the bodily changes that women experience, there is still another 3 months of change and growth to go! This period is referred to as postpartum, or the fourth trimester. Your priorities other than your bub during postpartum is self-care. It is the time to take it easy on your body and give yourself permission to rest and restore.
Here’s our postpartum care Bundle Kit we’ve developed specially for mamas to support postpartum healing and recovery immediately after birth!
What the Postpartum Bundle Kit consists of:
Cooling Maternity Padsicles - These are world-first ultra-absorbent maternity pads with integrated instant cooling. Developed in consultation with medical professionals, obstetricians and midwives, the padsicles feature our original integrated instant-chill panel which is activated by an easy squeeze to give mamas immediate cooling relief. The cooling pads absolutely do not require refrigeration or freezing, they cool within seconds of popping and are the perfect shape, size, and coldness to offer the exact soothing relief you’re looking for.
Cleanse and Soothe Perineal Spray - The purpose of a Perineal Spray is to clean the sensitive perineum after birth. Noonie has developed the Cleanse and Soothe Perineal Spray with experts to speed up the healing and reduce inflammation. Cleansing with Noonie's special no-touch formula during and after urinating keeps the area clean while maintaining skin's natural pH balance and calms any burning sensations. Formulated with native Tasmanian Pepperberry, the spray is gentle enough to be used on stitches — when we say no-touch, we mean no-touch. During testing, the spray removed eyeshadow applied to skin without wiping, just a spray and rinse. So just spray, rinse with water and pat dry or pop your padsicle lined underwear straight back on; it can be used whenever you need relief.
How and when to use the Padsicles and Perineal Spray. Note that the amount of postpartum bleeding and flow varies from woman to woman.