Powerful oil blend to use for overall healthy skin maintenance. At Fushi, we combine the purest organic, Fushi Fresh-Pressed® oils and Fushi Fresh-Ground® herbs, sourced from the world's most ethical producers, and hand blend them in our London workshop to create award-winning health and beauty products. Comes in a earth friendly glass bottle and aluminium cap, join our ""Go For Zero"" movement.
The Really Good Stretch Mark Oil is an award winning specialised unfragranced natural formulation that helps protects the skin against drying, which usually occurs during pregnancy. Formulated by using an innovative in-house infusing technology, it contains triple strength Indian Tulsi also known as Holy Basil for its superb skin protective benefits. Blended with African Baobab oil, which holds the properties of omega 3, vitamin E and D, ideal for nourishing the skin with. These work together with penetrating vitamin E rich Wheatgerm oil and Avocado oil, which strengthen the skin. And finally combined with the powerful Pomegranate oil and Grapefruit seed oil this formulation will effectively help skin feel hydrated and protected against dry skin. Suitable also for all skin types and as a daily body and face moisturiser.
Massage into affected area in circular movement morning and night for 6 weeks. For best results massage into damp skin after shower or bath and then gently pat dry with a towel. For on-going maintenance apply once a day.
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Organic Sweet Almond Oil (Prunus dulcis)* with triple infused Organic Tulsi Serum (Ocimum Sanctum), Organic Rosehip Seed (Rosa damascena)*, Baobab Seed Oil (Adansonia digitata)*, Organic Wheatgerm (Triticum Vulgare)*, Organic Avocado (Persea Americana)*, Organic Pomegranate Seed Oil (Punica Granatum)*, Grapefruit Seed Oil (Citrus paradisii), Vitamin E (D-Mixed tocopherols). *Made using Fushi Fresh-Pressed® from harvest oils
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