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Baby Product Review- MamaEarth Tummy Roll on

MamaEarth Tummy Roll on

Babies are prone to colic, gas and indigestion until their digestive system is fully developed. It may also be caused due of mother's diet or improper feeding or excessive swallowing-in of air while crying.

The digestive system takes approximately six months to mature and till then colic is the major reason for your child's discomfort. One age-old home-made remedy to soothe abdominal discomfort is application of hing- warmed in ghee. (Asafoetida warmed in clarified butter). Some use hing burnt in ghee. This can be applied gently around belly button in small circular motions, 3-5 times a day, or till the baby feels relieved. This remedy can be used from 0 + months.

However, overpacked schedules of mommies may call for some handy and faster remedy. One equally good ready-remedy is "Mamaearth tummy roll on". It can be used from 3+ months. It is a wonderful product by Mamaearth. Check it here-

I received Mamaearth hamper as a gift so I got to try "Mamaearth tummy roll-on" for my kids. Its truly effective and soothes the babies and kids within minutes. It contains fennel oil (saunf), hing/ginger oil, peppermint oil and dill seed oil. All these ingredients are known to treat various conditions related to digestive tract like gas, bloating, pain, indigestion, flatulence, cramps and hiccups. Its easy application is like cherry on the cake. Just open it, and roll it. Your kids would love it too and you would soon see them asking for it, whenever they feel its tummy pain๐Ÿ˜€. (They may fake the pain too, just to use this cute little roll-on). 

Another advantage of this Mamaearth tummy roll-on is that it is travel-friendly due to its handy design. It should be a must on your travel list with little kids.

Mamaearth products, as they say, are 100% natural, toxin-free and paraben-free. So, a must-try. Plus, it can be used by adults too and I can say, from personal usage, it is quick and fast in providing relief to mild abdominal cramps or pain or gas or bloating.

Happy tummy to all!!


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