Natural Anti-Stretch Marks Oil Matarrania
Natural repairing hand and nail cream from Matarrania. This h the elasticity of the skin, leaving it smooth and nourished, preventing the appearance of stretch marks. It is suitable for any stage of body change, since it is fragrance-free and therefore, suitable for sensitive skin and pregnant mums. It is also natural, vegan, cruelty free and plastic free.
INCI: Extra virgin olive oil, hazelnut oil, sunflower oil, sesame oil, almond oil, rosehip seed oil and calendula flower extract.
Preferably after showering, apply a few drops to your hands and spread the oil on the most vulnerable areas with a massage. If necessary, apply it up to twice a day.
It can also be used on the abdomen and chest during breastfeeding and pregnancy.
In order to keep the product in the best possible conditions and to avoid it to go off, close the bottle after each use, keep it in a cool place (not in the fridge) and dry, as humidity can affect to the product.
All Matarrania products are an alternative to body oils, creams, tonics and most beauty products from cosmetic brands that have no commitment to the planet. Brands that not only present their products in plastic packaging, generating unnecessary waste, but also carry out cruel tests on animals, contain chemicals that are toxic for the planet and often contain ingredients of animal origin. Therefore body oil is a perfect alternative to the majority of cosmetic oils on the market
The product comes in a small glass bottle made of 30% recycled glass and an aluminum lid, packed in a recycled cardboard box. Everything is 100% recyclable.
Born in 2007, Matarrania is one of those projects that will captivate you. Created by Evelyn Celma, a woman interested in ancient skin care formulations, Matarrania was born with the aim of being as respectful with your skin as with the planet. That's why all the cosmetics they make contain only certified organic raw materials, sourced from local areas. In addition, all their products are vegan and cruelty free. The transparency of this brand, as well as its commitments to local sustainable development projects, make it one of the most sustainable Spanish brands in the market.
We suggest that you give the glass jar a second live once you have finished with the product. However, if you want to dispose it, please recycle both the glass and the lid in the green and yellow containers respectively. The cardboard box goes into the blue bin, as it could one day become recycled paper napkins, for example.