How to manage vaginal tears

During childbirth, the perineum relaxes and stretches to allow your baby’s head to pass through the vagina. This can leave your perineum swollen and tender.

Pregnant? Learn the steps you can take now to help reduce your risk of tearing.

Already postpartum? We have a 3-step process to help you cleanse, soothe, and relieve any discomfort you may be feeling from after birth pains.


Postpartum Recovery Essentials

Keep it clean & keep it cool

3 tips to manage vaginal tears during birth

Instead of wiping with toilet paper, try a wash bottle designed for postpartum care to help reduce stinging during urination.

To reduce perineal pain and swelling, turn to cold therapy. Apply a cold pack for up to 20 minutes at a time, allowing at least an hour between uses.

Soaking in a sitz bath and applying a cooling spray help relieve pain in the perineal area.

Our 3-Step Process for Postpartum Pain Relief


Postpartum Wash Bottle

This upside-down wash bottle provides a gentle stream of water for easier postpartum care.


Hot & Cold Therapy Packs

Postpartum Therapy Packs can be used hot or cold for soothing comfort and pain relief after childbirth.


Herbal Postpartum Spray

Cools and calms a sensitive, aching perineum with a blend of natural, plant-based ingredients.

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