Headache Soother

Rs. 349.00 Regular price Rs. 499.00

A powerful rub packed with soothing herbs. Use whenever you start getting a headache or when stress slows you down. Massage onto your forehead, neck, and temples for a relaxed and soothing sensation.


Mama bunnies have a lot on their plate, and sometimes, with stress mixed up, it can result in headaches. Our headache soother comes to your rescue during such times. This headache soother is a healthy and natural alternative to popping pills that are especially not encouraged during and post-pregnancy. It is powered by the healing properties of lavender, peppermint, and sandalwood oil. This amalgamation of essential oils and botanicals can soothe your headache while relaxing you at the same time.

No stress - No headache – No pain

1. Relieves pain by calming your senses.
The all-natural herbal formula is suitable for preggo and post preggo mamas. It is made with natural ingredients that will give you an aromatherapy experience after application.

2. The soothing aroma of lavender will ease you out. Menthol and peppermint will add a tingly sensation to the applied area. As the sandalwood engulfs you, simply plop down on a nice comfy couch and relax.

3. We recommend using this balm as soon as the headache starts for optimal results.

4. O’mumsie’s products are organic and free from harsh chemicals. All the ingredients are cruelty, sulfate, and paraben-free.

5. It comes with a promise of keeping mama bunny happy!

1. Lavender: Lavender is a magic ingredient that will work its way through your stressors and help them burst. It will soothe your senses by making you feel at ease.

2. Peppermint: Peppermint oil helps with the headache relieving process. It is extremely powerful and reduces nausea.

3. Rosehip Extract: Rosehip extract combats inflammation to soothe the skin. It comes loaded with vitamin C that helps brighten the skin.

Ingredients: Bees Wax, Castor Oil, Sunflower Oil, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Kokum Butter, Wheat Germ Oil, Coconut Oil, Bees Wax, Castor Oil, Sunflower Oil, Shea Butter, Almond Oil, Lavender Oil, Peppermint Oil, Menthol Extract, Mandarin Oil, Hearbal Extracts Of coleus , Plectranthus, Scutellarioides, Plectranthus Barbatus , Coffee Beans, Boswellia , Keliamaranth , Black Pepper , Marigold , Fennel , Cinnamon , Jaiphal, Rose Hip Oil , Vitamin E , Carrot Seed Oil, Butylated Hydroxytoluene

Step 1: Start rubbing it onto your temple, forehead, and neck. Let the oils diffuse and work their magic.

Step 2: Drown down in the feeling of ease and comfort.

We recommend a patch test before application*


1. Headaches in Early Pregnancy ?
Ans. Nearly all women have occasional headaches, but having a headache during pregnancy is not fun. And managing headaches is especially tricky in during pregnancy when you should avoid many medicines. Whether your headache is from tension or is a full-blown migraine, there are some things you should know.

2. What causes headaches in pregnancy?
Ans. The exact cause of a headache isn’t always clear. In the first trimester, changing hormone levels and blood volume may play a role. A dull, overall headache can come with stress, severe tiredness (fatigue), and eyestrain. Sinus headaches may be more likely because of the nasal congestion and runny nose that are common in early pregnancy. Hunger and low levels of blood sugar can trigger headaches, too. Women who suddenly stop their morning coffee and sodas may experience caffeine withdrawal headaches. Those who also suffer from nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy can become dehydrated. This can also bring on a headache.
Migraine headaches are a common type of headache in pregnancy. These painful, throbbing headaches are often felt on one side of the head and result from the expansion of the blood vessels in the brain. The misery is sometimes accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light. A small percentage of women with migraines also have an aura with the migraine. They see flashes of light or feel tingling in their arms and legs.

3. Is it safe to be used during pregnancy or for breast feeding moms?
Ans. yes its absolutely safe.
4. Does it help in soothing migraines ?
Ans. yes
4. How many times can it be applied?
Ans. 2-3 times in a day, apply it immidiately when having a headache

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