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Unclog & Uplift With Bust Lactation Massage


Asian mother sitting on bed breastfeeding her baby holding and looking infant

The journey of motherhood is beautiful, yet physically demanding. After childbirth, your body undergoes significant changes, and taking care of yourself becomes even more crucial. A postpartum bust lactation massage can be a gentle yet powerful tool in your recovery process, offering a multitude of benefits for both and mind that go beyond just relaxation.


Easing Aches


Swelling and tenderness are common occurrences in the postpartum period, often exacerbated by hormonal changes, increased milk production and blood flow. This is known as engorgement. Many new mothers also experience discomfort and pain in their busts due to clogged milk ducts, or mastitis when breast tissue becomes inflamed.


Regular lactation massage can provide much-needed relief by promoting better circulation and unclogging milk ducts. By alleviating pain, this, in turn, leads to a reduction in tenderness and swelling in the bust area, preventing painful blockages and infections.


Boosting Breastfeeding


Lactation massages can help to improve milk flow, making breastfeeding easier and more efficient for both mother and baby. Some studies even suggest that gentle massage might improve milk quality, increasing the concentration of beneficial nutrients for your little one.


Happy Hormones


The postpartum period is characterised by fluctuating hormone levels, which can contribute to mood swings, fatigue, and other symptoms. Lactation massage has been shown to help regulate hormone levels by promoting the release of oxytocin, also known as one of the happy hormones. In addition to playing a crucial role in milk ejection, oxytocin has been shown to decrease pain sensitivity, promote healing, reduce stress and lower blood pressure in both mums and infants. By arousing feelings of love, well-being and calm, oxytocin helps create a more positive bonding experience between you and your baby.



Remember, self-care is not a luxury but a necessity for new mothers. By incorporating a postpartum bust massage into your routine, you can not only ease physical discomfort but also promote overall well-being and create a positive space for your journey of motherhood.


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Dreamline Aesthetics

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