Apply a hazelnut-sized amount of cream onto the stomach and massage it slowly into the skin in a circular motion.
AQUA ˑ ISOPROPYL PALMITATE ˑ ETHYLHEXYL STEARATE ˑ GLYCERIN ˑ POLYGLYCERYL-4 DIISOSTEARATE/POLYHYDROXYSTEARATE/SEBACATE ˑ ZINC STEARATE ˑ TOCOPHERYL ACETATE ˑ TOCOPHEROL ˑ ALCOHOL ˑ HIBISCUS SABDARIFFA FLOWER EXTRACT ˑ SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS SEED OIL ˑ PARFUM ˑ SODIUM BENZOATE ˑ POTASSIUM SORBATE ˑ BENZYL ALCOHOL ˑ PHENOXYETHANOL ˑ BUTYLPHENYL METHYLPROPIONAL ˑ HEXYL CINNAMAL ˑ BENZYL SALICYLATE ˑ CITRONELLOL ˑ ALPHA-ISOMETHYL IONONE ˑ LIMONENE ˑ GERANIOL ˑ MAGNESIUM SULFATE ˑ CITRIC ACID.
Product formulas are subject to modification. The information provided here refers to the current range and is updated on a regular basis. In the event of alterations to formulas, products with the old as well as the new formula can both be found in stores. Therefore, the buyer should always carefully read all the information on the packaging. This particularly applies to the list of ingredients as regards intolerabilities.
For optimum skin care, you can already start massaging your belly
before it becomes visible. From two to three weeks before the due date, belly
massages should only be carried out as gently as possible.
However, if you are prone to premature contractions, it is better to
not massage your belly. If you are unsure, ask your midwife or doctor.
Pregnancy massage made easy – Tips and tricks