what’s inside

what’s inside

each mumsie® product combines the finest natural, organic and innovative ingredients, formulated specifically for the skincare needs of women before, during and after pregnancy.

below are several of the ingredients utilized to counter the hormonal effects of pregnancy on the face and the occurrence of stretch marks on the body.

daily facial moisturizer

titanium dioxide

protects skin from UVA and UVB radiation and is considered to have no risk of skin irritation. because of its gentleness, titanium dioxide is an excellent sunscreen active for use on sensitive skin. 

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it’s also great for use around the eyes.

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shea butter

extracted from the nut of the african shea tree, it has shown to be a superb moisturizer, with exceptional healing properties for the skin. 

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great for daily moisturizing – reliving dry skin, reducing the appearance of blemishes and wrinkles, soothing sunburn, etc.

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sweet almond oil

rich in vitamin e, monounsaturated fatty acids, proteins, potassium and zinc, in addition to a number of other minerals and vitamins, which explains why it is so good for our heart, skin and hair.

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it is a mild, hypoallergenic oil that can be safely used even on baby skin. regular application of the oil can protect your skin from oxidative stress and UV radiation damage, keeping it soft and supple.

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jojoba seed oil

in its oil form, jojoba makes a great moisturizer and also reduces natural moisture loss from the skin, further relieving or assisting in the prevention of stretch marks.

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jojoba seed oil is a waxy substance that is very similar to human skin oil, also known as sebum. because it is rich in natural fats that mimic those in the outer layer of the skin, it is thought that jojoba oil can “trick” the skin into thinking it’s producing enough oil, which helps balance oil production and may help to relieve or prevent stretch marks.

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lifting & firming night cream

natural CoQ10

a natural fuel for cellular energy that boosts skin repair and regeneration and reduce free radical damage.

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effective at protecting and repairing the skin from damage often associated with pregnancy, it also functions as an antioxidant, which protects the body from damage caused by harmful molecules. CoQ10 is found in every cell of the body. your body makes CoQ10, and your cells use it to produce energy your body needs for cell growth and maintenance.

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mango butter

mango butter has natural emollient properties and regenerative activity;

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it has traditionally been used in the rainforest and tropics for its skin softening, soothing, moisturizing, and protective properties.

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sodium pca

a naturally occurring component of human skin and a part of the “natural moisturizing factors” (NMF) that maintain a healthy epidermis.

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sodium PCA is very hygroscopic, attracting moisture from the air.

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sweet almond oil

rich in vitamin e, monounsaturated fatty acids, proteins, potassium and zinc, in addition to a number of other minerals and vitamins, which explains why it is so good for our heart, skin and hair.

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it is a mild, hypoallergenic oil that can be safely used even on baby skin. regular application of the oil can protect your skin from oxidative stress and UV radiation damage, keeping it soft and supple.

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gentle cleansing facial wash

zinc pca

zinc, in the form of zinc oxide, has been used to treat and heal diaper rash on babies for decades. your own skin may experience similar healing while using zinc pca in your fight against hormonal acne associated with pregnancy.

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zinc pca specifically moisturizes the skin and may regulate the skin’s sebum production thereby controlling excess oil production. several research studies have shown that zinc is effective for helping to treat acne and eczema. in treating acne, the immune-boosting agents that are involved in zinc may speed up the fight against infections and/or inflammations of your skin. these benefits make zinc pca a wonderful ingredient in a gentle cleansing facial wash, especially for sensitive skin since it is a naturally occurring element and is known to be resistant to causing rashes or excessive drying of skin tissue.

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willow bark extract

canadian willow herb lives in a very unfriendly environment. it developed a strong self-defense system just to survive. that self-defense system is an abundance of healing phytochemicals and antioxidants.

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one of those phytochemicals is a strong anti-bacterial agent that is particularly effective against p. acne. that’s the bacteria associated with acne. in laboratory tests (unipex, canadian willowherb™ the native american soothing ingredient in-cosmetics.com/__novadocuments/7552), canadian willow herb inhibited 95% of the growth of acne bacteria after just 30 minutes. it wiped out 100% after 120 minutes. that power to kill acne translates to smoother, clearer skin. in the above-referenced tests researchers tested a cream containing willow-herb extract on 63 women with acne-prone skin. for 8 weeks the women applied the cream twice a day. after just 4 weeks, 72% of the women reported their skin was clearer and the cream prevented the occurrence of blemishes. after 8 weeks, 70% said their skin looked healthier. and 72% said their skin was smoother and more beautiful. the same tests also showed that the willow herb extract also dramatically reduced free radicals

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tea tree leaf oil

tea tree leaf oil (obtained by steam distillation of the leaves of melaleuca alternifolia, a plant native to australia) is comprised of terpenoids, natural lipids known for their antiseptic and antifungal abilities. the organic compound terpinen-4- ol, the most abundant terpenoid, is believed to be the main reason for tea tree oil’s antimicrobial properties.

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its unique chemical composition is responsible for an impressively long list of skin conditions that tea tree oil may treat, including as an antiseptic that fights germs (on cuts or stretch marks) and as an anti-fungal and anti-bacterial agent (on eczema and other types of bacterial and fungal skin infections). studies have shown that tea tree leaf oil may work effectively at reducing acne as well because tea tree oil can kill bacteria, applying topical tea tree oil to acne lesions has been thought to destroy propionibacterium acnes, the skin-dwelling bacteria that is involved in the development of acne. though most scientific data points to benzoyl peroxide as a more successful acne treatment, tea tree oil has been shown to produce fewer side effects.

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black tea leaf extract

in addition to its various health benefits, black tea is also considered good for your skin. black tea is rich in vitamins b2, c and e; minerals such as magnesium, potassium and zinc and some essential polyphenols and tannin. thus, its nutritional value makes it beneficial for skin in many ways. according to “the illustrated encyclopedia of healing remedies,” tea’s astringency and flavonoids may help fight the microrganisms that cause acne and other skin infections.

 

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avocado oil

avocados are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids and skin-healing antioxidant vitamins a, c, d and e, and can deeply moisture skin. avocado oil is high in a substance called sterolin, as well as lecithin, potassium and chlorophyll, which are all greatly beneficial to the skin as well

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in addition to protecting the skin from future damage, avocado oil can relieve dry, itchy skin, and increase collagen production, which helps keep skin plump and decrease the visual effects of aging. the sterolins in avocado oil increase the amount of soluble collagen in the skin and are anti-inflammatory and immune modulating – thus avocado oil has been shown to help heal sun damage and age spots, better repair or prevent damaged skin from stretching by improving elasticity, as well as healing inflammatory skin conditions such as blemishes, eczema and psoriasis.

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macadamia nut oil

in addition to its moisturizing benefits, this nutrient-dense oil is packed with antioxidants and essential fatty acids that protect your skin and promote healing following sunburn or other types of skin damage such as stretch marks associated with pregnancy.

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as an added bonus, macadamia nut seed oil also mimics your skin’s natural oils, like jojoba seed oil, making it an ideal match for maintaining your glow and fighting or relieving stretch marks. although macadamia nut oil is relatively thick and feels oily to the touch, it’s readily absorbed into the skin, and it doesn’t leave you feeling greasy. in addition to infusing your skin with moisture, using macadamia nut oil topically may firm your skin to fight or relieve stretch marks. the amount of palmitoleic acid that naturally occurs in your skin decreases as you age. by using macadamia nut oil, you may restore your skin’s palmitoleic acid levels and decrease your skin’s rate of deterioration while keeping your skin taut and discouraging wrinkle formation and of course stretch marks.

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coconut oil

typical moisturizers contain lots of water, which makes you feel like your skin is being moisturized – but the benefit is only temporary (once the water dries) – which has no benefit to pre- and post-partum moms concerned with stretch marks. coconut oil on the other hand provides deep and sustaining moisturizing benefits by actually retaining the moisture content of the skin.

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it may also help to strengthen the underlying tissue and help to remove excessive dead cells on the skin surface – thus smoothing the skin and helping it to fight the occurrence of stretch marks.

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sunflower oil

Vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants blend with essential fatty acids makes sunflower oil super beneficial for your skin. Effective against acne, eczema, scarring, redness and irritation, sunflower oil is an incredible hydrating agent. It helps retain moisture; it’s high in Vitamin E, A, C and D as well.

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darutoside

darutoside is a natural grade organic complex and has been used for centuries in China for its healing effects in the repair of wounds.

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the application of this emollient-rich extract directly onto the skin has been scientifically proven to stimulate tissue regeneration through the realignment and restructuring of the collagen matrix. by soothing the skin, decreasing inflammation, restoring collagen and promoting collagen production, this extract helps to improve skin elasticity and surface appearance, making it the recommended treatment for stretch marks.

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avocado oil

avocados are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids and skin-healing antioxidant vitamins a, c, d and e, and can deeply moisture skin. avocado oil is high in a substance called sterolin, as well as lecithin, potassium and chlorophyll, which are all greatly beneficial to the skin as well.

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in addition to protecting the skin from future damage, avocado oil can relieve dry, itchy skin, and increase collagen production, which helps keep skin plump and decrease the visual effects of aging. the sterolins in avocado oil increase the amount of soluble collagen in the skin and are anti-inflammatory and immune modulating – thus avocado oil has been shown to help heal sun damage and age spots, better repair or prevent damaged skin from stretching by improving elasticity, as well as healing inflammatory skin conditions such as blemishes, eczema and psoriasis.

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shea butter

shea butter is full of nutrients, including vitamin a, which has many healing properties and has been known to aid in treating blemishes, wrinkles, eczema and dermatitis, as well as burns and yes…stretch marks.

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shea butter, which is extracted from the nut of the african shea tree, is a rich, cream-colored ingredient that has natural soothing and moisturizing properties. shea butter is also packed with antioxidants like vitamin e, as well as polyphenols and phytonutrients. these ingredients may also make shea butter an anti-inflammatory, which is why it works so well at moisturizing and soothing all types of skin – especially skin that is stretching as a result of pregnancy.

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honeysuckle flower extract

with its high levels of flavonoids and saponins, honeysuckle flower extract has excellent antiseptic and anti- inflammatory properties, and thus works wonders to relieve skin rashes, poison ivy, blemishes and yes…stretch marks.

 

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