This gorgeous Rejuvenate Stretch Mark Serum is packed with organic therapeutic oils that work together to help prevent, minimize and improve the appearance of stretch marks, repair environmental damage, and help fade scar tissue.
Increased stress on skin to expand can result in dermis tears and stretch marks. They typically occurs from weight gain, rapid growth in teens and during pregnancy. They will appear red at first, but will eventually fade as they heal. Some of the factors that contribute to the likelihood of your skin developing stretch marks include race, age, genetics and diet.
Shoosha recommends using Rejuvenate Stretch Mark Serum at the beginning of the second trimester on all areas that are prone to stretch marks including the abdomen, breasts, lower back, hips, buttocks and thighs.
This formula is a an organic blend of rejuvenating and skin repairing therapeutic oils such as Neroli, Rose Hip, Tamanu, Lavender and Borage - all effective for supporting skin cell regeneration.
Other Uses: As a Face& Neck Serum! This is an amazing serum is packed with dynamic oils that are proven effective to reduce the appearance of age spots, fine lines, scars and repair sun damage! Apply twice daily; first thing in the morning and before bedtime.
The truth is, not all organic brands are created equal and regulations on what constitutes a true organic product aren’t very stringent. This means that a product can claim to be organic and only contain one organic ingredient. Shoosha is truly organic because all the products are certified food grade organic- that means there are absolutely no synthetic chemicals, pesticides or non-food ingredients in any Shoosha product. Shoosha is literally, pure and safe enough to eat.
Independent studies show that up to 60% of what you put on your baby’s skin is absorbed into the bloodstream. Since your baby’s skin is up to 30% thinner and more porous than adult skin, it can absorb more chemicals and toxins than you do. Your baby’s skin doesn’t have the ability to detoxify these chemicals as her/his skin is still developing during the first year of life. Skin is their (and our) largest organ, and with babies in particular, it requires special attention.
Take a look at the ingredients that make up the products you are putting on your baby’s new skin. Are the products USDA certified? In order to make an organic claim or use the USDA Organic Seal, manufacturers must follow strict production and handling standards as well as go through the organic certification process. If they don’t, ask yourself why not? Always look for the USDA certification when buying baby skin care products.
Our USDA seal is our promise to you because Organics means little if it’s not true.
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