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Labour and Birthing Kit

Labour and Birthing Kit

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Regular price $58.00 USD
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 Empower your birthing experience with aromatherapy.

The use of specific essential oils in childbirth can strengthen and deepen contractions, ease pain and promote a calm atmosphere in which to greet your baby. This labour and birthing blend can reduce pain and anxiety and helps mother to relax in between contractions.


  • Motherhood Pillow Mist 100ml
  • Labour and birthing massage oil 50ml
  • Frankincense essential oil 12ml

Why have we chosen these products?

Secret Scent's spritzer has hydrating and healing properties, perfect to refresh during labour.

Labour and birthing oil is used by doulas, birthing centres and midwives for a natural birth or to help bring on labour. Massage into your abdomen, lower back and ankles during early stages of labour. This blend can also be used to relieve post-natal depression.

Frankincense pure essential oil has meditative qualities that calm and ground. Enhances spiritual wisdom and reduces anxiety.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Julie Clarke
Fresh light and easy to use

I show this to all the Birth and Post Natal Doulas I train and they all love it.
I pass this oil around my classroom in my antenatal classes and absolutely everyone adores it.
My orders are always delivered promptly - great service - more than happy to endorse!

More about our mums, bubs & birth products

Made with 100% natural ingredients, pure essential oils, organic cocoa butters and plant extracts to help care for you and your baby naturally. Our range includes products to calm unsettled babies, relieve colic, cleanse, moisturise and soothe baby's skin and help promote sleep, as well as products to help alleviate stretch marks, stress, morning sickness and varicose veins. No sulphates, chemicals or parabens.

Secret Scent's recommended partners

Secret Scent works with and recommends both Leah Palmer-O'Malley from Bellys & Bubs in Toowoomba and Julie Clarke from Sylvania in Sydney's South