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Stretch mark cream
Stretch Mark Cream

Stretch Mark Cream

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Stretch Mark Cream For Moms - baby safe after first trimester

Handmade soothing and caring Stretch Mark Balm For Moms - 50ml frosty glass jar!

Made in South Africa to soothe and create a natural barrier for Stretch Mark Balm For Moms during and after pregnancy.

Baby Safe natural ingredients for mothers after first trimester and after birth. Also for anyone with stretch marks with natural ingredients. 

Contains only natural ingredients like beeswax and argan oil that are known for keeping skin elastic and helping to support it! 

Baby Safe after first trimester and after birth

# No parabens
# No additives
# No colourants
# No phthalates
# No petrolatum

baby safe after first trimester

 

  

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Stretch Mark Balm for Moms contains ingredients:

 Is Argan oil good for removing stretch marks?


Argan oil is one the best essential oils that is used widely to clear stretch marks. Argan oil is pure and organic so there are no chances of any allergic reaction in general. Argan oil contains Vitamin E, which is known to improve elasticity in skin and helps clear stretch marks.

According to a small 2016 study , Argan oil helps increase skin's elasticity. Researchers believe it may help prevent or reduce stretch marks. A 2015 study found both consuming Argan oil and applying it topically made skin more elastic in postmenopausal women.

People often use patchouli essential oil to boost their mood, but it is also known for healing wounds and fading scars. Studies on animals suggest it has antioxidant properties and can promote the synthesis of collagen, which could reduce stretch marks.

Patchouli aids in the regeneration of skin cells, helping to heal wounds and reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks

Grounding, balancing effect on emotions. Promotes a smooth, glowing complexion. Reduces the appearance of wrinkles, scars, and stretch marks. Emotional Benefits.

The topical treatment oil that is rich in Vitamin C and fatty acids, Marula oil helps to repair and prevent stretch marks. Applying this magic wand oil regularly all over the body is said to enhance skin's suppleness.


"It's really the lack of collagen during pregnancy that allows for stretch marks to develop. Marula oil helps to promote collagen.


Using it topically is like a wonder, and the vitamin C and fatty acids will make your skin more supple, and repair stretch marks by promoting new cell growth.



It may help reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scarring. It's thought that shea butter stops keloid fibroblasts — scar tissue — from reproducing, while encouraging healthy cell growth to take their place. This may help your skin heal, minimizing the appearance of stretch marks and scarring.

The antioxidants in shea butter increase circulation to the skin lying inside a stretch mark, providing it with oxygen and nutrients that help it rejuvenate.


Shea butter can help diminish the appearance of stretch marks but wouldn't be able to treat it completely. So we combined it with our other known ingredients for benefits to skin elasticity. 




Benefits of Beeswax for Glowing and Healthy Skin

Beeswax has anti-inflammatory properties and is rich in vitamin A, which is known for promoting the regeneration of cells.

Vtiamin E Oil is our final ingredient. 

Essential Oils and Pregnancy Safety

Essential Oil Basics

Essential oils are a class of evaporative aromatic oils derived from plants. Within their plant hosts, the oils are responsible for providing the plant’s characteristic smell, attracting beneficial organisms, repelling harmful parasites, and helping the plant reproduce, regenerate, and heal.

Ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians are credited among the first humans to harness the many capabilities of essential oils. These ancient peoples developed the techniques used to extract essential oils from their natural plant habitats via distillation and pressing. They used essential oils because of their healing and medicinal properties, for cosmetic purposes, and to aid in spiritual meditation and relaxation. And after going through 2020, we can all agree that a little relaxation would be nice. 

Today we realize these same regenerative, healing, soothing, and aromatic benefits when essential oils are inhaled, diffused, ingested, or applied topically to the skin. Our selection of essential oils has expanded greatly from that of our ancient ancestors as distillation and pressing processes continue to grow in sophistication.

Essential Oils and Pregnancy

So, you may be thinking: natural healing, regenerative, and calming benefits all sound great, but are essential oils safe to use during pregnancy? The answer is yes, with a few special considerations.

Here’s a list of pregnancy-safe essential oils to get you started.

  • Combat morning sickness and nausea
    • Cardamom
    • Ginger
  • Promote calm, relaxation, and a good night's sleep
    • Frankincense
    • German or Roman Chamomile
    • Lavender
    • Neroli
    • Petitgrain
    • Rose or Rosewood
  • Uplift your mood
    • Geranium
    • Lemon
    • Patchouli
    • Sandalwood
    • Wild Orange

Essential Oils to Avoid During Pregnancy

The list of essential oils provided below should be avoided during pregnancy.

Refrain from using:

  • Aniseed
  • Basil
  • Birch
  • Camphor
  • Clary Sage
  • Hyssop
  • Mogwort
  • Oak Moss
  • Parley Seed or Leaf
  • Pennyroyal
  • Peppermint
  • Rosemary
  • Rue
  • Sage
  • Tansy
  • Tarragon
  • Thuja
  • Thyme
  • Wintergreen
  • Wormwood

Again, it’s critical to discuss the use of essential oils with your obstetrician or gynecologist. 

source: https://www.morelandobgyn.com/blog/essential-oils-and-pregnancy-safety