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After Flow 300 ml

Pain-relieving bath and body oil

Formulated with natural anti-inflammatories, this hydrating bath and body oil is ideal post dry brushing to restore the skin's moisture, reduce inflammation and ease pain naturally. 

Cruelty Free
Plastic Free Bottle
Paraben Free
Made in Canada

Sunflower seed oil, Copaiba oil, Evening primrose oil, Frankincense essential oil, Vitamin E

Packages are shipped within 24 - 48 hours. You’ll receive a tracking number to let you know exactly when relief is arriving.

We recognize that relief is not a one size fits all system.

Reach out to us within 30 days of receiving your order and we'd be happy to help you with a return or exchange! Please include your order number and send an email to info@getsomedays.com 

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Why it works

Why it works

After Flow body oil is an anti-inflammatory topical oil formulated to target the underlying cause of period pain. By increasing circulation and decreasing inflammation, the body is able to better regulate hormones that trigger intense cramping during your cycle.

"This actually works! I’ve been having bad cramps and PMSing for the past week and decided to give this a shot in the morning before a shower. I use the brush for about 2-3 minutes, hop in a hot shower and massage the oil on my lower stomach and back after drying off. Feels like a spa treatment and it’s reduced my pain significantly."

- Alicia Finamore

How to use

After flow can be applied as a body oil to the skin before or after showering. Rub between hands and apply liberally anywhere on your body. 

Or add 2-3 pumps to a warm bath while the water is running.

To further increase circulation and improve hormone balance, apply after using our Flow Body Brush.

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