mother sparsh tummy roll on
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- Relief from colic, indigestion and constipation in babies
- Soothes your little one’s tummy from gastric discomfort
- Pure Ayurvedic formulation
A combination of Hing Oil and Saunf oil that provides relief from stomach discomforts caused due to gas , acidity and indigestion in infants and children
- Gives relief from tummy troubles like colic, indigestion and constipation in babies
- Pure Ayurvedic formulation with Hing and Saunf Oil that soothes little one’s tummy
- External application only
- Compact, Easy to use and travel-friendly
- Pudina Oil, Hing Oil and Saunf Oil
Sonth Oil and Sova Oil
Directions for Use
Apply directly on stomach around the naval area.
- Keep away from reach of children
- Store in a cool and dry place
This Tummy Roll On is a combination of Hing oil and Saunf Oil that provides relief from stomach discomforts caused due to gas, acidity and indigestion in infants and children. Hing Oil has antiseptic and antibacterial properties which help to reduce acid reflux and constipation.
This Tummy roll on is truly very effective in treating stomach discomforts naturally like gas, acidity and indigestion in babies. It is a natural remedy to heal babies stomach discomforts and easy too.
How to use Mother Sparsh Roll On? Mother Sparsh Tummy Roll on with Ayurvedic Hing for babies and Saunf Oil can be applied straight to the stomach. Massage in a circular manner around the navel area or belly roll for around 2-4 minutes. It can be used as needed or 2-3 times per day.
Ideally, the baby should be relieved in one use. In case of severe reflux issues, you can apply 4-5 times a day.
It isn’t safe to put babies to sleep on their stomach at least until the age of 1 year old, because this position increases the risk of SIDS. If you notice your baby has rolled onto his or her stomach while asleep, just gently return him or her to the back-sleeping position.
Parents can start tummy time as early as their first day home from the hospital. Start practicing tummy time 2-3 times each day for about 3-5 minutes each time, and gradually increase tummy time as baby gets stronger and more comfortable.
Tummy time is laying babies on their stomachs for brief periods while they’re awake. It’s an important way to help babies strengthen their neck and shoulder muscles, and improve motor skills. Be sure to stay with your baby and watch closely during tummy time.
Never leave your baby alone during tummy time. Wait about 20 minutes after feeding to put your baby on her tummy to prevent spitting up. If your baby falls asleep during tummy time, be sure to put her on her back to sleep. Try tummy time again when the baby is well rested.
Babies that don’t get enough tummy time might take longer to develop some motor skills. For example, they might be slower to develop core strength, coordination and balance, and take longer to build related skills like reaching and crawling.
Encourage your baby to work his way up to about 15 minutes total on his tummy every day (or two to three sessions a day lasting three to five minutes each), always under your watchful eye.