Description of Organic Stretch Mark Cream, Sweet Orange, 4 oz, BabyLabs
BabyLabs Organic Stretch Mark Cream
- Specially formulated for pregnant skin.
- Crafted with soothing ingredients.
- Certified Organic.
- Dairy Free, Nut Free, Wheat Free.
BabyLabs is Nature Approved Family Wellness
Your skin is pure perfection, but it is also incredibly sensitive and susceptible to dryness and irritation. Straight from Mother Nature, BabyLabs understands the importance of nourishing one's skin with wholesome, natural ingredients. That's why every product in our BabyLabs line is crafted with love and formulated with USDA Certified Organic ingredients prepared in a USDA Certified Organic Facility. All products are extra gentle and safe for even the most sensitive skin types. They're also Non-GMO and Cruelty Free.
Pregnancy is a journey with many different changes, and your skin is no exception. Our luxurious Stretch Mark Cream is 100% USDA-certified organic and contains all-natural ingredients to help alleviate belly itch, protect skin, and may help reduce the appearance of stretch marks on the belly and rest of the body. It's extra-gentle and crafted with organic oils, rich cocoa and shea butters, and soothing botanicals to truly nourish and help tone pregnant skin.
Stretch Mark Cream Ingredients:
Helianthus Annuus (Organic Sunflower) Oil, Ricinus Communis (Organic Castor) Oil, Cera Alba (Organic Beeswax), Theobroma Cacao (Organic Cocoa Butter), Organic Vegetable Glycerin, Cocos Nucifera (Organic Coconut) Oil, Maranta Arundinacea (Organic Arrowroot) Powder, Butyrospermum Parkii (Organic Shea Butter), Citrus Sinensis (Organic Sweet Orange) Essential Oil, Rosa Canina (Organic Rosehip), Seed Oil, Prunus Armeniaca (Organic Apricot) Seed Oil, Lavandula Hybrida (Organic Lavender) Essential Oil, Non-GMO Mixed Tocopherols.
Apply generously to desired areas as needed. Absorbs quickly to nourish skin and discourage stretch marks.
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