Push Perineum/Hemorrhoid Balm | Anointment

Formulated to help fragile skin, this balm will not only moisturize, but also soothe the discomfort of perineal swelling and hemorrhoids. Recommended by pelvic floor physiotherapists.

 

A topical balm specifically designed for the new mother’s most delicate skin. Based on traditional herbal knowledge, Push softens, lubricates and promotes elasticity when used during perineal massage. Moisturizes and soothes the discomfort caused by perineal swelling and hemorrhoids. Apply to clean skin and massage gently. Developed in partnership with a naturopathic doctor to address the needs of pregnant/postpartum women, as well as long-term hemorrhoid suffers.

 

Ingredients: Olea Europaea Fruit Oil*, Cera Alba, Achillea Millefolium Root Extract*, Althea Officinalis Root Extract*, Ruscus Aculeatus Root Extract* Hypericum Perforatum Extract Leaf*, Hamamelis Virginiana Leaf Extract*, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract*, Tocopherol

(*Certified Organic Ingredient)

 

Made in Sackville, New Brunswick

Push Balm | Anointment

SKU: 2193
C$15.00Price
  • In 2002 Anointment was born on principles of natural living and environmental responsibility in a basement workshop in Halifax.

    After finding a new home with owner April MacKinnon in a natural parenting store she owned, Anointment began a five-year rebranding project after moving to Sackville, New Brunswick, a small town on the windswept Tantramar Marshes in 2011, where they continue to make everything by hand.

     

    Using traditional herbal knowledge combined with scientific evidence as the basis of their formulations to promote wellness and environmental sustainability. 

     

    Anointment Natural Skincare:

    • Whole, organic ingredients
    • Certified cruelty free
    • Locally grown and wildcrafted ingredients
    • Small batches
    • Natural aromatic plant extracts and essential oils
    • Glass packaging, avoiding plastic where possible, and promoting recyclable/reusable packaging
 

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