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Erbaviva

Stretch Mark Oil

$30

4 in stock

Description

With nutrient rich organic essential oils including rose, sandalwood and sunflower, erbaviva stretch mark oil keeps mother’s stressed skin soft, soothed and hydrated. Carrot seed oil boosts elasticity allowing skin to stretch smoothly, while rosemary, rosehip and vitamin e aid as anti-inflammatory skin rejuvenators.

How To Use

Use during the 1st trimester before the skin begins to stretch. Apply liberal amounts of the oil to breasts, belly, hips, and buttocks twice per day. Massage in a circular motion to encourage maximum absorption.

Recommended to use stretch mark oil at night.

Ingredients

*helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, *prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil, *triticum vulgare (wheat) germ oil, *rosa canina fruit oil, *rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, tocopherol, *lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil, *citrus nobilis (mandarin orange) peel oil, *santalum spicatum (sandalwood) oil, *daucus carota sativa (carrot) seed oil, *pelargonium graveolens oil, *rosa damascena flower oil

*denotes certified organic ingredient.

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About
the Brand

Robin and Anna created Erbaviva in Los Angeles’ artistic Topanga Canyon enclave in 1996. As early proponents of California’s organic food movement, they wanted to apply principles of sustainability, ethics and quality to the products used on their children’s delicate skin.

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