Friday, December 30, 2005

Massage Therapist Understands Motherhood Isn’t Always Rosy – And Is Doing Something About It

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A massage therapist who rubs away the worries of pregnant women and new moms says she has witnessed first-hand that motherhood isn’t always rosy.

That’s why L.A.-based masseuse Alison Lister developed a line of pampering products called Rosemary Baby, designed to make moms and moms-to-be feel better about their pre and postpartum woes.

For example, there’s the “Just One @#$%&! Minute Face Mask” for frazzled moms; the “Not Tonight Cream” for sleep-deprived women; and the much-needed “Cankles: Big Puffy Ankle and Foot Soak.”

Lister explains, “[Motherhood] is not a cute and sweet experience. It’s joyful and rewarding but it’s also really, really hard! All babies disrupt your life in some way, in the womb or out.”

All the products available at are meant to inspire laughter. Of course, Lister feels pregnant women could really use something like the “Can’t See Your Feet Cream.”

In her words, “I see women – even athletic women – and that last month they blow up like balloons.”

(Contact numbers available only to subscribing media or trial media users. You can request samples at the Wireless Flash web site.)
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