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Don't let stretch marks mar your body!
A deeply penetrating all natural skin moisturizer with Emu oil, cocoa butter, shea butter, cold-pressed vegetable oils, plus essential oils to help skin remain supple and to prevent stretch marks. Start early in your pregnancy to prevent stretch marks. If you already have them, this will heal the redness.
Written by a very satisfied customer:
Ode to Mom-to-Be Lotion
Oh, how I love this lotion, It's like a magic potion.
It soaks into my big belly, to keep it from shaking like a bowl full of jelly.
These little stretch marks are such a curse,
No one wants them to get any worse.
My bottle is empty now, Like a just milked cow.
I would do any chore, If you would just send me more!!
By Cindy R. (My daughter. She had stretch marks because she didn't use our lotion with her first pregnancy)
**These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.
See blog post: Do Essential Oils Have Antiviral, Antibacterial Properties? for study links.
Now you need to look at the chemicals you are putting on your skin and into your body. Chemicals from your body will transfer to your baby--potentially causing health issues.
We offer handcrafted chemical free products.
Many books on aromatherapy have cautions about essential oils when you are pregnant. (This is called "covering your butt").
I have wondered about this for the 15 years I have been working with essential oils; then, I discovered a book written by Robert Tisserand, of the Tisserand Institute. He is sometimes referred to as the "Father of Aromatherapy".
This is in the Introduction section; RISKS IN PREGNANCY: A thorough search of the literature has not revealed any cases of unwanted abortion resulting from the use of essential oils. In fact most attempts by women to use essential oils to cause abortion have proven unsuccessful...
It is the oral administration of essential oils that should be avoided in pregnancy and anytime except under a health professional's care.
Small amounts of essential oils are not harmful; they are helpful.
Go to the Ingredients page to find out what is in our handcrafted natural, chemical-free products.
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