Organic Foot Balm Spearmint (130g)


Relieve achy, hot, swollen feet with this cooling, tingly Mumanu Foot Balm with Organic Spearmint essential oil. Contains organic and Fairtrade Coconut Oil, Shea Butter & Cocoa Butter for soft, nourished feet. Solid At Room Temperature & Melts To An Oil On The Skin – A Little Goes A Long Way No Spills, No Mess.
Safe To Use During Pregnancy

Get Tingly & Fresh With Mumanu Spearmint Foot Balm

Get a spring in your step with Mumanu’s tingly, fresh and cooling Organic Spearmint Foot Balm. Achy, hot feet are soothed with this refreshing organic foot balm. Either rub it on for yourself or have someone give you a blissful spearmint pregnancy foot massage or reflexology balm treatment.

Mumanu’s gorgeously smooth Foot Balm is a Certified Organic Balm giving the perfect amount of slip during a foot massage without feeling overly greasy and sticky like other balms can. A little goes a long way and with no spills this is the ideal foot balm for professionals and home use.

This product is safe to use during pregnancy foot massage and ideal for pregnancy reflexology. We use only the highest grade ingredients in our massage oil blends.

Is It Safe To Give A Pregnancy Foot Massage?

The short answer is ‘Yes!’… the longer answer as to whether pregnancy foot massage is safe is that it depends what you’re doing. Reflexology, given by a specially trained reflexologist is safe as they will avoid areas that the treatment needs to avoid (reproductive organs and pituitary gland if massaging before 38 weeks). The technique of Reflexology is a very specific bone to bone pressure (creating something called the Piezoelectric Effect). If you’re doing a home pregnancy foot massage you’re not going to be creating this effect. Acupressure and Thai pregnancy foot massage are treatments similar to reflexology but work on the meridian lines and require pressure on specific spots to work. Ensure that the therapist is qualified to a high enough standard in pregnancy foot massage to know about the correct points to avoid in pregnancy. Acupressure and acupuncture require very specific points to be pressed to stimulate the meridian. A general foot massage won’t have any effect on these points as you’ll be using the pads of the fingers and thumbs.

Pregnancy foot massage is safe if you avoid rubbing up the inside of the leg (you wouldn’t want to dislodge a little blood clot that was happily (safely) sitting there). Make sure that you are sitting comfortably and giving baby maximum space to move into a good position (check out our video about Optimum Foetal Positioning).

Therapeutic Properties of Spearmint Oil

Spearmint is a cooling and calming oil helping to relieve headaches and migraines, fatigue and stress. With decongestant properties and being strongly anti-inflammatory this is the ideal oil for achy swollen feet and ankles leaving them feeling tingly and fresh. Spearmint is also good for indigestion, intestinal cramps, vomiting and nausea.

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil*, Cera Alba (Beeswax)*, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter*, Theobroma Cocao Seed (Cocoa) Butter*, Mentha Spicata Herb (Spearmint) Oil*, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), d-Limonene* (naturally found in Spearmint Oil)

99% Organic of Total

* From Organic Agriculture

This product contains Fairtrade cocoa, coconut oil and shea butter: 16%. Cocoa maybe mixed with non-certified cocoa on a mass balance basis. Visit