Stretch Mark & Scar Creme


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Ingredient Skin Benefits:

Deionized Water:
Deionized water, also known as demineralized water, is water purified by a chemical filtration system
that has had its mineral ions such as calcium, sodium, iron, copper, chloride and bromide
removed. Deionized water forms emulsions, which helps the oils and waters in a cream or lotion
combine.  It is extremely purified water for use in skin care products. The water ensures that your skin is
hydrated, clean and functions at its optimum.
 Doesn't contain any toxins, pollutants or microbes
 Lessens skin damage, including breakouts, redness, and irritation
 Effortlessly sinks into the skin, rehydrating it to look its best
 Cleans and clears complexions 
 Gentler on skin compared to typical tap water
Organic Shea (Butyrospermum Parkii) Butter:
Shea (pronounced shay) butter is a natural vegetable fat (plant lipid) that comes from processing
nuts from the shea tree. Shea trees are native to West Africa, and most shea butter still comes
from that region. It is rich in fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamins.  Its buttery texture contains
60% fat, which makes it ideal for penetrating the skin.
 A powerful moisturizer due to shea’s fatty acid content, including linoleic, oleic,
stearic, and palmitic acids
 Boosts collagen production making it an excellent moisturizer
 Neutralizes free radical damage which reduces signs of aging
 The high levels of linoleic acid and oleic acid are two acids that balance each other
out, making it highly absorbable and won’t make your skin look oily
 It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, such as triterpenes, which aid in
cell migration, collagen deposition and cell proliferation (the process in which cells
grow and divide)
 It is an emollient that helps to trap moisture in the skin preventing dry, flaky skin
 The palmitic acid and oleic have an anti-inflammatory effect on the skin and boosts

Cocoa (Theobroma Cacao) Butter:
Cocoa Butter is a powerhouse moisturizer which comes from the cocoa bean. A vegetable fat is
extracted via a fermentation process from the beans. This fat is known as the butter. Cocoa
butter is high in vitamin D and is rich in polyphenols (an antioxidant, health-promoting
compound), fatty acids (a combination of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids) and other
nutrients: potassium, phosphorous, copper, iron, zinc, and magnesium.
 The fatty acids contain oleic, palmitic, and stearic acids, all of which nourish and
deeply moisturize the skin
 Heals sensitive skin

 Contains several antioxidants called polyphenols, which are a group of plant-derived
chemicals that aids in overall skin health
 Polyphenols reduce inflammation and protect the skin from sun damage
 It is a powerful antioxidant that fights off free-radical damage which causes skin
aging, dark patches, and dull skin
 Reduces scars and stretch marks
 Boosts elasticity and prevents aging
 Has intense anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties which reduces the chances
of skin cancer
Mango (Mangifera Indica) Butter:
Mango butter (also known mango kernel butter) is a type of fat that comes from the seeds of the
mango and is extracted from the seed by cold pressing it into a creamy butter. It is a natural
antioxidant and has intense moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties. 
 Antioxidants like vitamin C, fight free radicals in the skin which damage tissue and
 Powerful emollient: Its fatty acid content moisturizes and locks in hydration, making
skin look softer and smoother
 Rich in tocopherols (vitamin E) + antioxidants (such as the powerful magniferin) fight
environmental stressors like UV rays, pollution, and even visible light
 The vitamin A can decreases sun-related skin damage and reduce signs of aging
 Contains vitamin c that boosts collagen production and brightens skin
 Contains triterpenes (plant compounds) that have anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and
antimicrobial properties that can help protect skin and repair dry, irritated, and
generally upset skin
 Oleic acid (the main fatty acid) is very beneficial for very dry or aging skin
 Has moisturizing and emollient properties that soothes damaged skin and provides a
protective barrier for your skin so that it can recover
 The antioxidants (especially magniferin) have antimicrobial properties that work
against microbes that cause skin problems

Emulse KLA, Stearic Acid:
Emulsa KLA / Stearic Acid is a vegetable derivative used to stiffen and stabilize lotions and cremes (ie. an
emulsifier). It is a colorless, odorless, waxlike, saturated long-chain fatty acid. Basically, it adds moisture
to products.
 Improves the efficacy and texture of skin care products
 is an emollient, meaning it works by softening and smoothing the skin
 helps remove dirt, bacteria and other substances from the surface of skin
 Locks in moisture and dryness by protecting the skin’s surface against water loss
 Decreases signs of aging
 Helps reduces flaking and itchy skin conditions
 Non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores)
 Safe on sensitive skin
 Won’t strip skin of its natural oils

Organic Sunflower (Helianthus Annuus) Seed Oil:
Sunflower oil hydrates and repairs the skin barrier, working to smooth and soothe skin and
protect it from environmental stressors. Sunflower oil contains several compounds that have
benefits for skin. They include oleic acid, vitamin E, sesamol, and linoleic acid.
 Non-comedogenic (doesn’t clog pores)
 Provides a skin protecting barrier
 Beneficial for healing wounds faster
 Hydrates and softens skin
 Rich in antioxidants
 Helps to unclog pores
 Reduce the appearance of aging, such as premature wrinkles and fine lines
 Helps calm temporary redness
 Evens out skin tone and texture
 If you have seed or nut allergies, patch test first
Grape (Vitis Vinifera) Seed Oil:
Grapeseed oil comes from the pressed seeds of grapes. The oil is a by-product of the process of
making wine. It’s known for its, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antioxidant properties. It
contains high levels of linoleic acid, which is an omega-6 fatty acid.
 Treats acne outbreaks
 Makes skin softer and more elastic
 Evens out skin tone
 Hydrates & firms skin and reduces dryness
 Combats breakouts / acne
 Helps to support would healing
 Improves hyperpigmentation and symptoms of Melasma
 Reduces inflammation
 Minimizes fine lines and wrinkles
 Lessens redness and lightens scars
 Boosts collagen production
 Prevents free radical damage: protects skin from sun damage
Sweet Almond (Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis) Oil:
Nearly half of a dried almond’s weight is oil. Ripe almonds are pressed to extract the oil with minimal
heat. There are two types of almond oil: sweet and bitter. Sweet Almond Oil is best suited for the skin.
Almond oil is full of vitamin E, and it’s a great source of magnesium, phosphorus, and copper. The
antioxidant-rich oil is known for its free radical fighting abilities. It’s also anti-inflammatory and boosts
 Locks in moisture and smooths rough, dry skin patches
 As an emollient, it balances the absorption of moisture and water loss
 Contains the nutrients:

o Vitamin A: the retinol in vitamin A has the ability to stimulate the
production of new skin cells and smooth fine lines

o Vitamin E: this nutrient has antioxidant properties that helps prevent cell
damage and help reduce ultraviolet (UV) damage to the skin caused by
the sun
o Omega-3 fatty acids: these nutrients help prevent premature aging and
safeguard against sun damage
o Zinc: this is an essential nutrient for healing scars and stretch marks

 Improves complexion and skin tone
 Sooths irritations and treats minor wounds and cuts
 As an antibacterial and full of vitamin A, it aids in healing dermatitis, eczema & acne
Aloe (Aloe Barbadensis) Leaf Extract:
Aloe leaf juice is commonly known as Aloe vera. It is a cactus-like plant that grows in hot, dry
climates and is made up of 3 layers. The outer layer is the rind. The middle layer contains a gel
which is made up of 99% water. The remaining 5% contains components such as zinc, potassium,
magnesium, and vitamins such as vitamins E, C, and D. Aloe brings a soothing coolness to the
skin, especially on rashes and after burns, as well as adding nutrients, vitamins, and minerals and
even antioxidants back to the skin. It is used as a preventative product or after a skin issue
 Soothes and cools irritated and mildly damaged skin
 A powerful hydrator, moisturizes skin
 Soothes sunburn and skin injuries
 Fades darks spot and stretch marks
 Slows signs of aging
 Prevents transepidermal (TEWL) water loss. Its ability to prevent moisture loss
comes from glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) which are a class of sugar molecules that
helps to bind moisture into the skin.
 Has an anti-inflammatory benefits due to the 75 active phytochemicals found in the
plant: relieves red, hot, and inflamed skin
 Provides 20 of the 22 human-required amino acids and eight of the eight essential
amino acids
 Contains Aloin, which blocks up to 30% of ultraviolet rays, protecting the skin from
free radicals that are produced when the skin experiences oxidative stress from UV
 Rich in Vitamin C and E that protect the skin from free radicals (UV exposure,
pollution, chemical irritants)
 Provides synthesis of collagen to give skin strength and durability
 Contains beta carotene the helps to improve the overall appearance of the skin
 Soothes and cools irritated and mildly damaged skin
 A powerful hydrator, moisturizes skin
 Soothes sunburn and skin injuries
 Fades darks spot and stretch marks
Grapefruit (Citrus Grandis) Extract:
Grapefruit seed extract (GSE), or citrus seed extract, is made of the pulp, seeds, and white membranes
of grapefruit (Citrus paradisi), which comes from the grapefruit tree. It is nutrient dense and rich in
vitamin C. Grapefruit Extract is used for everything from fighting infections to treating skin conditions.

 Antimicrobials and antioxidant properties kill infectious agents due to their chemical compounds
(polyphenols) known as limonoids and naringenin
 Rich in beta-carotene, which is amazing at slowing the aging of skin cells
 Helps to improve hyperpigmentation
 Has antioxidant properties that helps to protect the skin
 Essential to the formation of collagen
 Contains lycopene, which is known to guard against sun-induced skin damage, as well as
 Aids in heeling skin wounds and scar tissue at a quicker rate
 increases the number of free radicals that help clear bacteria
 Antifungal and antiviral properties kills viruses and fungi (such as such as histoplasmosis and
yeast infections)
 Contains salicylic acid which fights breakouts (especially acne) and cleanses pores
Honey (Mel) Extract:
Honey Extract is a substance produced by bees from the nectar of flowering plants. Composed primarily
of the sugars fructose and glucose and has benefits in skin care due to its amino acid, peptide,
antioxidant, and natural antibacterial composition. Antioxidants found in honey include vitamins A, C,
and E as well as flavonoid compounds triacetin, quercetin, and luteolin.
 Full of natural antioxidants that are known to help boost moisture and radiance in depleted skin,
leaving skin soft, supple, and smooth
 Is an emollient, humectant, and soothing; it slows down wrinkle formation and regulates pH
 Loaded with anti-aging ingredients
 Reduces pimples, especially red ones, due to its anti-bacterial properties
 Rich in anti-inflammatory factors that soothe sensitive skin
 Hydrates and moisturizes your skin by absorbing water from the environment.
 Can be used to treat fungal infections of the skin
Acai (Euterpe Oleracea) Fruit Extract:
Acai (pronounced AH-sigh-EE), is a palm tree with dark purple berries that is found throughout
South America. Acai berry extract is essentially the extract of the fruit and contains many
incredible ingredients, including antioxidants, vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids and nutrients.
 Increases and improves cell regeneration within the skin
 Contains a range of vitamins, including B and C, which provides firmer and tighter
looking skin
 An anti-aging miracle – acai can lessen the appearance of wrinkles and lines
 As acai is packed full of antioxidants, allowing for greater absorption of nutrients
within the skin cells
 Has anti-inflammatory properties that heals blemishes and small skin injuries
 Promotes the healing of scarring from acne
 The fatty acids help skin to be visibly smooth and soft
 Natural protection from many environmental stressors
 Refreshes and rejuvenates tired-looking skin
 Keeps the skin healthy, with a natural glow 

Cucumber (Cucumis Sativus) Fruit Extract:
Cucumber Fruit is a natural addition for helping maintain a healthy look to your skin. One of
cucumber’s most common uses is as a skin revitalizer.
 Reduces fines lines and restores skin’s natural glow
 Anti-wrinkle: contains antioxidants that limit oxidative damage caused by free
 Combats signs of aging: reduces unwanted inflammation, in part by inhibiting the
activity of pro-inflammatory enzymes that calms skin redness and irritation
 Polysaccharides are good water-binding agents that create a gel-like layer on skin
that acts as a barrier to attract and keep moisture in providing softer, plumper skin
 Vitamin K reduces eye puffiness and dark under-eye circles
Orange (Citrus Aurantium Dulcis) Peel Fruit Extract (Vitamin C):
Orange Peel Fruit Extract is derived from the Citrus aurantium dulcis plant – the sweet orange. This is
the same type of orange you would find for sale in your local grocery store. It is rich in vitamin C and
contains several carotenoids, such as beta-carotene, lutein, and beta-cryptoxanthin.
 Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that can protect the skin from free radical damage
 Has antioxidants that strengthens and thickens the outer layer of the skin, smoothing out fine
lines and wrinkles, minimizes dryness, flakiness, sagging and ageing of the skin
 Boosts protein regeneration, as well as collagen and elastin synthesis
 Acts as an exfoliator and minimizes the effects of photodamaged (sun damaged) skin
 Reduces pigmentation, acne, pimples, and scars
 Aids in the brightening and evening out of skin tone
Arnica (Heterotheca Inuloides) Flower Extract:
Arnica is a plant with bright yellow or orange flowers and long leaves. Typically found in the alpine
regions of Asia, North America, Europe, and western North America. The plant’s healing properties were
first recognized way back in the 12th century, and arnica is now one of the most popular alternative
medicines in the world. Arnica flowers are often turned into an essential oil or an extract and used as an
active ingredient in homeopathic remedies and skincare products.
 Strong anti-inflammatory benefits which reduces swelling and provides pain relief by
improving blood circulation
 Anti-inflammatory powers decrease puffiness around the face
 Eases inflammation that helps heal acne, eczema, and psoriasis
 Antimicrobial properties that destroy bacteria and fungi on the surface of the skin
 Prevents skin aging, minimizing wrinkles, fine lines, loose skin
 The antioxidant properties protect the skin from free radical damage
Lemon (Citrus Limon) Peel Fruit Extract (Vitamin C):
The lemon (Citrus limon) is a species of small evergreen trees in the flowering plant family Rutaceae,
native to Asia, primarily Northeast India, Northern Myanmar and China. Citrus Limon Peel Extract is an
extract of the peel of the Lemon. It belongs to a class of compounds called terpenes.
 Great as an anti-aging ingredient due to its high level of powerful antioxidants 

 Stimulates collagen production:
o Helps ward off lines and wrinkles
o Prevents sagging skin and loss of elasticity
o Make the skin plumper and firmer
 Inhibits tyrosinase production which prevents new dark spots and fades existing ones
 Combats acne due to its anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and antifungal properties
 Sweeps away bad bacteria and detoxifies the skin
 High in vitamin C which improves skin tone and provides antioxidant properties to reduce
oxidative stress that causes premature aging and damage to the skin
 As an emollient, it is a great skin conditioning agent
Horsetail (Equisetum Arvense) Plant Extract:
Organic Horsetail Plant Extract is an herbaceous plant native to North America, the Middle East, Europe,
and some parts of Asia. It is named horsetail because of its stems, which resembles the tail of horse.
Horsetail’s assorted nutritional profile provides an abundance of skin benefits.
 One of the richest sources of natural silica which rebuilds damaged collagen making
skin look much younger
 Its collagen production hydrates the skin which prevents chronic skin diseases that
are triggered due to dry skin
 Collagen improves elasticity of the skin and removes wrinkles
 The natural antioxidants deep cleans and removes the last traces of any free radicals
 Loaded with vitamin B5, which is a powerful humectant
 Acts as an anti-inflammatory and super soother that relieves skin sensitivities,
allergies, and inflammatory conditions
 Goldmine of nutrients that work together to fend off environmental stressors,
protecting the skin against aging and sun damage

Organic Gotu Kola (Centella Asiatica) Extract:
Gotu kola is a medicinal herb that appears in Ayurvedic medicine, traditional African medicine,
and traditional Chinese medicine. This herb is known as “the herb of longevity”. Gotu kola
delivers a spectrum of skin healing benefits.
 Improves skin hydration and contains anti-aging properties
 Has moisturizers that target dry, sensitive skin
 Contains the four triterpenoids (asiaticoside, asiatic acid, madecassoside, madasiatic
acid) and is used as an antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti-cancer agent
 Increases collagen production which aids in the wound healing process
 Improves skin firmness, elasticity, and hydration
 Improves overall acne severity, reduces sebum production, and prevents acne-
related scarring
Argan (Argania Spinosa) Kernel Oil:
Argan oil is a plant oil extracted from the kernels of the fruit pit of the argan tree which grows in
Morocco. Argan oil provides a good source of linoleic (omega-6) and oleic fatty acids, two fats known to
support good skin health. About 95% of Argan Kernel Oil is fatty acids. It also boasts high levels of
vitamin E and contains the compounds polyphenols, squalene, and triterpene alcohol.

 Vitamin E and fatty acids (linoleic and oleic acids) increase skins elasticity and hydration
 Prevents transepidermal water loss which also prevent s further drying and damage
 Rich in polyphenols and vitamin E (antioxidants) that protect the skin from environmental
 Known for its anti-aging and skin softening properties
 Reduces inflammation caused by injuries or infections
 Non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores)
Apple Cider (Pyrus Malus) Fruit Extract:
Apple Fruit Extract is precisely extracted to hold the integrity and bioavailability of all its wonderfully
delicious characteristics. From antioxidants, polyphenols, and catechins, to large amounts of skin
immunity boosting Vitamins C and E, Apple Extract is on the forefront of science research for anti-aging
and skin-smoothing treatments. Loaded with naturally occurring Alpha Hydroxy Acids (Malic Acid being
the most abundant).
 Anti-aging: high content of antioxidants which prevents and removes free radicals (from UV
radiation, pollution, and other environmental sources) from the skin, thereby preventing
premature aging of the skin
 Promotes new skin growth: increases the productivity of the fibroblast skin cells, which
increases the production of collagen and elastin, increasing the skin’s elasticity and density, and
reducing sagging skin, wrinkles, and fine lines
 Acts as an exfoliant: apple cider extract is loaded with alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), the most
abundant being malic acid—which breaks up the proteins that hold the skin cells together,
helping to slough off the dead skin
 Reduces acne: prevents bacteria and other irritants that cause blemishes from penetrating the
 Hydrates skin: the AHAs and carbohydrates hold in hydration which creates a barrier that
reduces water loss
 Natural carbohydrates that soak up and retain every drop of daily moisture
Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) Root Extract:
Turmeric is a spice that comes from the root of the curcuma longa plant, which is a perennial in
the ginger family. Its major aactive ingredient is curcumin. Turmeric, for centuries, has been
known for its healing properties and skin-enhancing benefits. It has anti-inflammatory,
antimicrobial and antioxidant properties that help to manage several skin issues like signs of
aging, pigmentation, acne, etc.
 Lightens skin and brings out a natural glow
 Fight damaging free radicals
 Antioxidant compound boosts collagen production and strengthens skin’s elasticity
 Anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties kills the bacteria that causes
eczema and psoriasis and reduces skin inflammation
 Prevents breakout (and lessen active ones) and reduces acne scarring
 Heals wounds
 Brightens dark circles and hyperpigmentation

Nipaguard SCE:
Nipaguard SCE is a broad-spectrum antimicrobial agent comprising a synergistic blend of Benzoic Acid in
Velsan SC and Propanediol; designed for preservation of a wide range of cosmetics. It provides activity
against gram positive and gram negative bacteria, yeasts, and moulds. Nipaguard SCE is a halogen-,
paraben- and formaldehyde-free preservative zero blend, making it and excellent preservative for all
natural skin care products.
Lemon Essential Oil Blend:
The lemon fruit, obviously, comes from lemon trees which are small evergreen trees or shrubs and are
found in most tropical and subtropical regions around the world today. California and Sicily are 2 of the
largest lemon producers. Lemon essential oil is composed of many natural compounds, including:
terpenes, sesquiterpenes, aldehydes, alcohols, esters, and sterols.
 Lightens and brightens skin to reduce scarring
 Reduces skin’s oil production keeping pores even and tightened to give a more youthful
 antioxidant activity and anti-aging effects reduces cell and tissue damage in the skin that’s
caused by free radicals
 effective against skin issues like blisters, insect bites, greasy and oily conditions, cuts, wounds,
cellulite, rosacea, and viral infections of the skin
 Has antimicrobial compounds which reduces acne and nourishes damaged skin
 Disinfects and heals

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