stretch marks

Egyptian magic cream

by Christine
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Egyptian magic cream is multi-purpose healing balm 100% natural. It can be used to soothe dry skin (body and face) or as a massage balm, on dry lips, for anti-aging and anti-wrinkles purposes, for eczema-prone skins, to reduce stretch marks and even insect bites. It has been on the market for years and is now […]

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Natural collagen for your anti-aging needs

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Collagen is a strong connective tissue made of white fibers that gives resilience, strength and protection to different parts of the body. It is made of very few cells and collagen binds with elastin, giving the skin its firm texture and elasticity. Over the years, collagen and elastin are less and less produced in the […]

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Organic cocoa butter

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Cocoa butter benefits Cocoa butter naturally occurs in cocoa beans that contain 40% to 50% fats. Cocoa butter, and even better, organic cocoa butter is very beneficial for the skin. Cocoa butter is one of the most stable natural fat and is an amazing moisturizer that prevents from dehydration and leaves the skin extra smooth, […]

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Remove stretch marks

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What are stretch marks? Stretch marks also known under the name striae, striae atrophica or vergetures are irregular scarring of the skin in the form of discolored lines, bands or stripes. Stretch marks form at the dermis level where elastin and collagen are not produced enough to keep the skin elasticity or when stretching occur […]

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Organic calendula

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Calendula belongs to the daisy family Asteraceae and grows in the Mediterranean region until Iran under sunny weathers. The flower can be yellow to orange and measures around 5cm in diameter. Also known under the Latin name Calendula officinalis, Calendula means first day of the month because the flowers bloom mostly on the first days […]

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