Marula Oil for Stretch Marks
What are Stretch Marks?
Trans Epidermal Water Loss (TEWL) causes the skin to undergo many stresses during pregnancy. With all the rapid stretch-and-pull changes of the skin, stretch marks may appear due to the skin’s inability to naturally retain moisture and maintain its suppleness.
How can MOZaic Marula Oil for Stretch Marks help?
During pregnancy, you are so aware of the products that you use. Marula oil is 100% natural, rich in vitamins e and c, amino and fatty acids that enhances the skin’s natural ability to retain moisture and maintain suppleness. These vitamins and minerals have an emollient benefit on the skin that prepares it for all the changes that the skin needs to endure. MOZaic Marula Oil does not contain any additives, preservatives or harmful chemicals.
When can MOZaic Marula Oil for Stretch Marks be used?
There are many concerns during pregnancy and your skin doesn’t need to be a big one. Virgin marula oil is safe to use before, during all trimesters and after pregnancy. For best results, treat your skin with 100% natural marula oil for a minimum of three months, by applying it twice a day on all areas prone to stretch marks.
What Makes Marula Oil so Good?
This supports cell regeneration and collagen production, increasing the skin’s elasticity and suppleness. It is high in antioxidants that help reduce inflammation, and the moisturising properties prevent lines and wrinkles and help fight against dryness, also offering temporary relief from itching skin. It has also been found to help in treating eczema.
The oil contains eight times more than found in oranges, supports collagen production, and provides the body with rich antioxidants which fight free radicals from harsh UV rays and pollution, which contribute to ageing and dullness.
These contain hydrating properties, making marula oil the most fantastic anti-ager.
These have emollient and moisturising benefits, which replenish the moisture level and enhance the softness and radiance of the skin. Breakouts will be something of the past, with antimicrobial properties that help fight future bacteria and stop the skin from overproducing oil.