Clean Mama Skincare. The Only Way.
Packed with skin-perfecting super ingredients, our products focus on the following areas
Our products are packed with moisture rich ingredients that ensure a deep and penetrating hydration that permeates through to the innermost layers of the skin. With a combination of five types of hyaluronic acid and ingredients like Shea butter and Camellia Japonica Seed Oil it’s as if you’re giving your skin a much needed drink of water. Your skin will thank you for it!
Our skin barrier, the outermost layer of our skin, is not only there to keep moisture from getting out but also to keep irritants and other toxins from getting in. Think of your skin barrier as your armor, there to protect you from all of the outside pollutants and stressors your skin comes into contact with day in and day out. The cells are the plates of armor while ceramides and lipids like phytosphingosine are the chain link holding it all together. Without them your armor wouldn’t stand a fighting chance! By reinforcing the skin barrier we help to keep it healthy and a healthy skin barrier is essential for vibrant, youthful skin.
Probiotic mama skincare? Most Definitely! The skin’s microbiome involves all of the bacteria that lives on and helps balance your skin while protecting it from pollutants, contaminants, and irritations. A balanced microbiome means healthy beautiful looking skin.
While there’s no magic cream that will make stretch marks vanish or scarring disappear there are many ingredients that, when used together, can help minimize and soften their appearance. By treating mama’s battle scars we improve the overall health of her skin while also boosting her confidence.
Mama's Little Helpers
Let us introduce you to our rockstar ingredients.
Centella Asiatica known as Gotu Kola is a medicinal plant that has been used in folk medicine for hundreds of years as well as in scientifically oriented medicine. The active compounds include pentacyclic triterpenes, mainly asiaticoside, madecassoside, asiatic and madecassic acids. Centella, unlike some herbal extracts, is able to penetrate the skin well enough to be utilized effectively.Scientists are experimenting with applying gotu kola to treat burns, prevent scars, treat psoriasis, and decrease stretch marks.
This powerful probiotic is actually a type of yeast which is the product of the fermentation of Bifidobacteria. This ingredient works to balance your skin’s microbiome, the byproduct of which is a soothing of inflammation, reduction of dryness, and an increase in the skin’s ability to resist against physical and chemical damages. In layman’s terms it helps the skin to be able to repair itself.
Extracted from the root of the comfrey plant, Allantoin is a non-irritating ingredient that soothes and protects the skin. With the ability to help heal the skin and stimulate the growth of new tissue, it's a great all-rounder for keeping skin at the top of its game.
Camellia Japonica Seed Oil is harvested from the seeds of the plants and traditionally known for it’s remarkable ability to retain moisture and penetrate into the deepest layers of the skin because its composition is similar to sebum; the oil naturally produced by human skin, delivering an immense amount of phytonutrients.
A rich source of Palmitic and Omega-6 Linoleic fatty acids, as well as numerous anti-aging polyphenol antioxidants. It is non-greasy and an excellent all-around moisturizer for the skin as well as for hair.
Avocado oil is an excellent source of antioxidants, essential fatty acids, minerals, and vitamins. The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins C & E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism. Vitamin C & E are antioxidants, capable of reversing ongoing daily DNA damage to the skin.
Avocado oil may also help heal wounds. Linoleic acid, oleic acid and other monounsaturated fatty acids in avocado oil can speed up wound healing.
Ceramides are lipids that are found naturally in high concentrations in the uppermost layers of skin. They make up over 50% of skin’s composition, so it’s no surprise they play a vital role in determining how your skin looks.
Ceramides work as the mortar between bricks – if the bricks are your skin cells. Ceramides help hold skin together by forming a protective layer that limits moisture loss and protects against visible damage from pollution and other environmental stressors.
Even more so than retinol, niacinamide and peptides, Ceramides are one of the anti-aging “powerhouses” responsible for supporting skin’s dynamic nature. Two particular ceramide precursors – phytosphingosine and sphingolipids actually help skin make more ceramides.Without the proper ratio of ceramides, the skin’s barrier can become compromised, leading to dryness, itching and irritation.
A type of fat that originates from the nut of the African shea tree and is very commonly used in skincare and cosmetics. While it is often touted for its skin softening and moisturizing properties, offering a long lasting moisturization, it also has anti-inflammatory healing properties. These factors work together to condition, soothe, and tone your skin.
Beta-glucan is a polysaccharide sugar derived from yeast or oats. It has some antioxidant properties and is a skin-soothing agent. It is considered an excellent ingredient for improving the look of redness and other signs of sensitive skin.
Some studies show that beta-glucan is 20% more hydrating than hyaluronic acid at the same concentration. Beta-glucan is a humectant, which means it not only provides intense hydration for the skin but also helps to prevent moisture loss.
Beta-glucan can act as a collagen booster, as well as an immune booster, soothe and calm irritated skin and as an effective anti-ager to firm and plump fine lines and wrinkles.
Extracted sodium salt from HA used to create a lower molecular weight HA, easily absorbed into pores and able to penetrate into deeper layers of the skin while attracting and binding water. This results in plump younger-looking skin and lessening the appearance of wrinkles.
Sodium Hyaluronate Crosspolymer
A smaller form of hyaluronic acid with a 3D molecular structure that locks moisture within the skin for longer and deeper down than the high weight molecule hyaluronic acid is able to.
A low molecular HA, known for its adhesive capacity, resulting in better hydration of the deep skin layer.
Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid
A lower molecular weight HA, easily absorbed into pores and able to penetrate into deeper layers of the skin while attracting and binding water.
Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate
Also known as super hyaluronic acid. Staying on top of the skin better and longer means longer-lasting surface hydration and improved elasticity.