Updated: Jul 29
On the blog last month we went through why placenta encapsulation costs what it does (and why you wouldn't want a cheap specialist) We understand that it is an investment so here are three ways to reduce or spread out the cost slightly:
1. GO LOCAL
Booking a local specialist makes placenta encapsulation more affordable since it avoids costly courier fees across the country and potentially fees for storage kits. Your local specialists tend to include these in their price.
This is also a more eco-friendly option since you are not paying fuel costs for the courier to travel across the country and back again.
2. PAY IN INSTALMENTS
Final payment is due upon collection of your placenta but if you want to, you can pay in instalments up until that point. This is completely flexible.
3. ASK FAMILY & FRIENDS TO CONTRIBUTE
Are your family and friends asking how they can help? Perhaps they are looking for gift ideas for a baby shower or mother blessing? Supporting your postnatal recovery is a lovely way to help. Gift vouchers are available in any denomination.
If you are keen to encapsulate but finances are the issue, feel free to contact me. We can sometimes work out a payment plan that suits you.