Amma Thérapie

Heart Comfort Cushion for Babies - Grey

$22.00 CAD

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The heart comfort cushion is perfect for the arrival of a newborn baby. When heated, the cushion relieves colic and helps the infant fall asleep. When cold, the cushion soothes aches and pains while teething or bruising that occurs with baby’s first steps. It can also be placed upside down on the eyes to relieve a migraine or to help relax.

Benefits:

Relieves colic, mastitis and stomach aches

Promotes sleep and calm

Provides comfort and peace

Eases bruising and inflammation when baby falls

Relieves migraines and tension headaches

 

Instructions for use :

Warm therapy releases baby colic, soothes muscle tension, promotes vascularization, relieves stomach pain or headaches, and promotes relaxation.

Conventional oven: Preheat your oven to 175°F and place the mask on a cooking plate covered with parchment paper. Heat the mask for 10 minutes max. Do not use in a gas oven.

Cold therapy relieves inflammation, bruising, pain and migraines.

Store the compress in a sealed plastic bag in the freezer so that it is ready to be used cold.

WARNING! Handle the heated compress with caution to avoid burns. Manipulate the compress and move its grains around to distribute the heat evenly. Always check the temperature of the compress before use by placing it on the inside of your wrist. If you want to reheat the compress again while it is still warm, set a shorter heating time. Never leave a child under 3 years of age unattended with a mask. Do not leave a warm mask on the eyes for more than 5 minutes.

55% hemp & 45% organic cotton
Filled with organic pearled barley

Care instructions:
The compress is not washable in water. It must be protected from dust and stored on a clean surface. You may gently scrub the surface with a damp cloth to clean or remove stains. Dispose of the compress if a child vomits on it.

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