HATCH Mama To The Rescue With All-Natural Maternity Wellness Products

HATCH gained some notoriety when Wall-Street-wonder-turned-clothing-designer Ariane Goldman, created the clothing brand to “celebrate every choice,” meaning before, during and after pregnancy. The brand—with its flagship store located on New York City’s famed Bleecker Street—features timeless and very wearable pieces for mothers-to-be, new moms and seasoned mamas. On January 17th, HATCH also launched HATCH Mama—a 10-piece line of products for pregnant women.

HATCH Mama maternity products are not only completely safe to use during pregnancy, but also loved by celebrity fans, including Jessica Alba, Carey Mulligan and Brooklyn Decker. Created by herbalists and chemists using non-toxic and natural ingredients, such as lavender for calming purposes, aloe vera to soothe and reduce inflammation and eucalyptus to promote alertness, the product lineup is small, but effective. Each product targets a specific, pregnancy-related issue that all former and current pregnant moms can relate to, including aching feet, thinning hair, dry skin and even stretch marks. Examples include a stretch mark-reducing belly mask, nipple and lip balm and fortifying hair oil. There are even three essential oil rollerballs: relax, renew and rescue—a ginger, anti-nausea remedy. Our favorites include the belly oil, which is an elixir made with botanical oils, including argan, almond, calendula flower and rosehip, to lessen inflammation, relieve itching and reduce the appearance of stretch marks; and the belly sheet masks, made with aloe vera, propolis and hydrolyzed marine collagen to “soften and soothe inflamed scar tissue post pregnancy.” And a bonus? The packaging is so beautiful and elegant that you’ll want to keep the products on display.

So, instead of suffering in silence or conducting hours of research to find out the best line of maternity products that are safe for both you and your baby, check out HATCH Mama—they’ve already done the research, so you don’t have to.

For more information, please visit the HATCH website. All photos courtesy of HATCH Mama.