Stretch marks can pop up across your body from growing, weight gain, and of course pregnancy. Keeping your skin strong and elastic with deep moisturization can help prevent and reduce the appearance of scars. Which is why we use organic ingredients to help keep your skin looking beautiful.
Our ingredients are shown to help:
Many skin care products contain hidden toxins that weaken skin over time and may be doing more harm than good. Why not use the power of Nature to help your skin look its best, without the side effects?
That is why we use nutrient dense, plant based ingredients in our formula. Since it was made to work with your skin, it is safe for every skin type to use daily and long term.
Our Stretch Mark Oil is made cruelty free in the USA with ingredients hand picked to support and deeply moisturize your skin with vitamins and minerals.
More importantly, it doesn’t have any useless fillers like:
Studies have shown that what goes on our skin will always enter our bodies. If it isn't good enough to go in your body, we won't put it on your skin.
Sunflower Oil maintains your skin’s barrier and prevents water loss for moisturized, supple looking skin. It has been shown to be effective on dermatitis and helps restore damaged dry skin.
Borage, a flowering herb, produces an oil that helps dermatitis, increases moisturization, supports the skin barrier, and softens up rough, dry skin.
Taken from the seeds of rose bushes, this oil is full of vitamins and essential fatty acids that correct dark spots and eases dry, itchy skin. When applied over time it can halt and reduce the production of stretch marks and reduces appearance of scars. It treats acne, rosacea, burns and is skin regenerative, which makes it a great anti-aging ingredient.
Safe and gentle for even the most sensitive skins, olive oil helps: moisturize, supports a more youthful, supple look, speed up recovery, reduce irritation, smooths out skin and help prevent free radical damage.
Shea butter has been used in Africa for hundreds of years to help protect skin from the harsh conditions and heal a variety of skin conditions, minor cuts and burns. Shea butter is shown to help prevent skin aging, moisturize deeply, protect from UV damage, soothe irritation, and stimulates collagen production to help make the skin look stronger, more supple and younger.
Apricot oil is used as a carrier oil in some of our products. This means it is light enough to dilute some of the heavier oils we use and transport them into the skin. Besides that, it also helps with anti-irritation and high in healing vitamin E.
Commonly used during pregnancy, this oil helps relieve itchy, irritated skin. Evening Primrose Oil helps increase moisture, supports elasticity and has been shown to greatly improve the appearance of skin conditions.
Orange Oil is one of the ways we scent some of our products without having to use harmful, smelly fragrances. Not only does the smell help induce relaxation but it has incredible effects on the skin. It’s great for blemishes and is high in vitamin C, which has natural anti aging properties.
Shea Butter, Apricot Seed Oil, Primrose Oil, Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Borage Oil, Organic Sweet Orange Oil, Organic Rosehip Seed Oil, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Organic Tamanu Oil, Organic Apricot Seed Oil, Organic Sweet Lavandin Essential Oil, Organic Evening Primrose Oil, Organic Rosemary Extract, Non-GMO Mixed Tocopherols
How often should I apply it?
We recommend using it at least twice a day after washing the skin. Cleansing and exfoliating will help with absorption.
Is this just for women?
Stretch marks don’t just happen to women. Whether it’s from weight fluctuations, working out or whatever else, they can certainly happen to men.
Can I use this on scars?
Yes, especially on new scars and acne scars.
Is this only for the tummy area?
No, you can use the oil anywhere you need help including your face, breasts, arms, thighs, etc.
How long does it take to see results?
It takes new cells 4-6 weeks to work up from the base of your skin to the top.
What do I do if I experience burning or irritation?
First, we recommend testing a sample for any allergies. Allergies are very rare (less than 1%) but it’s best to be safe. We recommend testing on your inner wrist since that is more sensitive skin. If any irritation occurs, discontinue use and contact your physician.