Hello Baby! Hello Mum! gift set for new mums and newborns

Little Herbs

£59.75


The long-awaited arrival is here at last and everyone is a little nervous! There is so much to think about and do, so why not let Little Herbs get on with what they do best: provide pure, gentle, 100% organic skincare. It is full of Mother Nature’s bounty and is free of any nasty chemicals and phoney smells.  You can rest assured that Little Herbs is the most comforting and soothing skincare possible for the Little One and the New Mother.  

For New Mother:  Massage a little Tummy Rub Oil daily from breast to thighs to bring comfort to overwrought skin, aid elasticity and skin repair – and it smells upliftingly gorgeous too!  Breast Balm offers instant relief and helps to heal sore nipples. Maintain healthy, calm all-over cleanliness with our gently detoxing body soak. 

For the Little One:  Baby Balm’s job is to soothe and heal sore bottoms, little itchy bits and even cradle cap. Give the Little One a delightfully gentle cleansing bath and then indulge in some bonding massage with a little drop of Baby Oil. Soothing Salve is a wonder! Soothes dry patches, can promote peaceful sleep - and Mums can use it to banish a bit of tension! All are 100% organic.

    Gift containsTummy Rub Stretch Mark Oil (100ml glass bottle); Breast Balm (50ml glass jar); Bathe the Mother Soak (200ml), Baby Balm (50ml glass jar); Baby Oil (100ml glass bottle); Bathe the Baby Soak (200ml), Soothing Salve (15ml).

    Packed in a keepsake box with magnetic catch approx 28 x 22 x 11 cm

    Gift wrapped in leaf film, white ribbon, gift tag.

    Tested only on Willing Human Beings.
    With love from Apple Island. In Somerset.

    You will find a story about the characters who live on Apple Island inside every pack from Little Herbs.

    You can listen to the Little Herbs songs NOW by clicking on

    Baby Oil 

    Tummy Rub

    Breast Balm

    Bump Butter 

    Soothing Salve

    Baby Balm

    Songs are written by Charles Nevin, music by Kiran Pearce, sung by Alice Marlow-Stevens.


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