Designed to help ease Morning Sickness and may alleviate symptoms such as Dry Mouth, Acid Indigestion, Nausea & Heartburn*

Lillipops Iced Soothies are delicious ice pops specially formulated to alleviate the symptoms of morning sickness. 

Since their launch in 2009, Lillipops have become the remedy of choice for thousands of women suffering heartburn, nausea, dry mouth and/or indigestion.

Each ice pop refreshes and relieves, and at the same time, helps boost vitamin and hydration levels.

Completely safe, in 2011 trials by the AOGOI (Italian Association of Hospital Gynaecologists and Obstretrics) they were found to be effective in 70% of cases with no side effects.  

The brand was a Platinum Award Winner for 2011 and 2012, by BBC Radio Two Holistic health expert Janey Lee Grace.   

Available in 5 soothing, refreshing flavours - grapefruit and tangerine, Lemon and Mint, Camomile and Orange, Lime and Vanilla and Ginger.  

With no artificial colours or sweetners added, simply pop them into the freezer and help yourself to one whenever you feel dehydrated, or feel a bout of nausea coming on.

Why not include them in your hospital bag as Lillipops are the perfect refreshing aid whilst in labour? 

Denise Soden, Lillipops founder, who came up with the idea when pregnant with her third child, herself had had a history of hyperemesis gravidarum - an extreme form of morning sickness that saw her hospitalised 13 times during her first pregnancy.   

* Please note this is not a medicinal product *

 

ate the symptoms of morning sickness. Since their launch in 2009, Lillipops have become the remedy of choice for thousands of women suffering heartbearn, nausea, dry mouth and/or indiegestion.

Made from pure apple juice and natural flavourings, each ice pop refreshes and relieves and at the same time helps boosts vitamin levels and hydration levels. Completely safe, in 2011 trials by the AOGOI (Italian Association of Hospital Gynaecologists and Obstetrics) they were found to be effective in 70% of cases with no side effects. And the brand was a Platinum Award winner for 2011 and 2012, as chosen by Janey Lee Grace, the natural alternative expert.

Available in 5 soothing, refreshing flavours – grapefruit & tangerine, lemon & mint, camomile & orange, lime & vanilla and ginger - and with no artificial colours or sweeteners added, simply pop them into the freezer and call on them whenever you feel dehydrated, or a bout of sickness coming on. Include them in your prenatal kit - Lillipops are the perfect aid in the delivery room.

Denise Soden, Lillipops founder, who came up with the idea when pregnant with her third child, herself had had a history of hyperemesis gravidarum – an extreme form of morning sickness that saw her hospitalised 13 times during her first pregnancy.
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Lillipops Iced Soothies are delicious ice pops specially formulated to alleviate the symptoms of morning sickness. Denise Soden, Lillipops founder, who came up with the idea when pregnant with her third child, herself had had a history of hyperemesis gravidarum – an extreme form of morning sickness that saw her hospitalised 13 times during her first pregnancy.
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Since their launch in 2009, Lillipops have become the remedy of choice for thousands of women suffering heartbearn, nausea, dry mouth and/or indiegestion.
 
Made from pure apple juice and natural flavourings, each ice pop refreshes and relieves and at the same time helps boosts vitamin levels and hydration levels. Completely safe, in 2011 trials by the AOGOI (Italian Association of Hospital Gynaecologists and Obstetrics) they were found to be effective in 70% of cases with no side effects. And the brand was a Platinum Award winner for 2011 and 2012, as chosen by Janey Lee Grace, the natural alternative expert.
 
Available in 5 soothing, refreshing flavours – grapefruit & tangerine, lemon & mint, camomile & orange, lime & vanilla and ginger - and with no artificial colours or sweeteners added, simply pop them into the freezer and call on them whenever you feel dehydrated, or a bout of sickness coming on.   Include them in your prenatal kit - Lillipops are the perfect aid in the delivery room.
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Lillipops Iced Soothies are delicious ice pops specially formulated to alleviate the symptoms of morning sickness.   
 
Denise Soden, Lillipops founder, who came up with the idea when pregnant with her third child, herself had had a history of hyperemesis gravidarum – an extreme form of morning sickness that saw her hospitalised 13 times during her first pregnancy.
 
Since their launch in 2009, Lillipops have become the remedy of choice for thousands of women suffering heartbearn, nausea, dry mouth and/or indiegestion.
 
Made from pure apple juice and natural flavourings, each ice pop refreshes and relieves and at the same time helps boosts vitamin levels and hydration levels. Completely safe, in 2011 trials by the AOGOI (Italian Association of Hospital Gynaecologists and Obstetrics) they were found to be effective in 70% of cases with no side effects. And the brand was a Platinum Award winner for 2011 and 2012, as chosen by Janey Lee Grace, the natural alternative expert.
 
Available in 5 soothing, refreshing flavours – grapefruit & tangerine, lemon & mint, camomile & orange, lime & vanilla and ginger - and with no artificial colours or sweeteners added, simply pop them into the freezer and call on them whenever you feel dehydrated, or a bout of sickness coming on.   Include them in your prenatal kit - Lillipops are the perfect aid in the delivery room.
 
 
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Lillipops Morning Sickness Remedy Iced Soothies

"We love this simple concept! What a joyful way to ease morning sickness with peppermint and ginger ice lollies (beware kids steal them !)." Janey Lee Grace

Pharmacy Information

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Lillipops are now available to buy from your local Pharmacy.

Pharmacies that do not currently stock Lillipops can order them in for you via key Pharmaceutical Wholesalers.

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