Beautiful Fairtrade Shea Oil products

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I have just used the most beautiful Shea butter oil in my baby, pregnancy & postnatal oils. Buy it and other lovely fairtrade products from Shea butter cottage in Berkshire.

Shea butter is brilliant for dry skin and eczema, it stimulates new cell growth and is therefore great for helping heal scaring and to help prevent stretchmarks. Also super moisturising and caring from babies skin, you could try our Organic Baby Nurture Oil to treat dry skin and to calm baby before sleeping .

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Pregnancy skin care

Its very important to take care to use very natural skincare during pregnancy, because it is thought that we can absorb around 60% of harmful chemicals through the skin into the body. Therefore they could possibly be in some way damaging to the baby.

For this reason I chose to use only natural skin care during my pregnancy. Faithfully I used my soothe-me 100% natural & organic bump & boobs oil everyday from 12 weeks. Its a great natural product designed to support the skin during its time of belly s t r e t c h i n g!

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I have just a few very small marks under my belly button and that is it. I am clearly very lucky and I know that genetics help too (my mum does not have any). But I DO BELIEVE the natural oil helped support and nourish my skin while it was expanding, helping strengthen and nourish the skin cells to prevent marks from appearing badly.

I have had excellent feedback from all my customers and pregnant friends that used it, some are actually still using it as a body and even face oil! I can make a special 250ml VALUE BOTTLE to order, email me – suzie@soothe-me.com

I am make bespoke products and have a great ‘Healing Oil’ that can help to heal scars and damaged skin.
I only make this to order 100ml £12.99.

Stretchmarks  in general Рis there a cure?

Other good products are Mama Mio pregnancy and stretchmark products.

Revitol – I have not used or spoken with anyone who has used this but I have heard about it and its all over the internet
More useful links

http://www.stretchmarkcreamrankings.com/stretch-mark.htm

http://www.allaboutstretchmarks.com/VitaminE.htm

http://www.cks.library.nhs.uk/patient_information_leaflet/stretch_marks