Many pregnant women experience changes to their skin, but not all skin care products are safe to use during pregnancy. At Mambino Organics, we use only the purest, plant-based ingredients to nourish your skin and give it a healthy glow. All of our pregnancy skin care products are completely safe, highly effective, and free of toxins. We create healthy, holistic products with ingredients you can genuinely feel good about.
If you’re worried about stretch marks, dryness, dark spots, or acne, you’re not alone. But how do you know which skin care products are safe? Everything you put on your skin gets absorbed into your body, but some brands use toxic ingredients that could harm you and your baby. Check all of your skin care products and read the ingredients carefully to make sure that your face lotion, acne treatments, and sunscreen are safe.
You should only use skin care products from a brand you can trust, especially during pregnancy. At Mambino Organics, we use only the safest, purest, plant-based ingredients. Our precisely chosen and highly-effective skin care products are safe to use during pregnancy, and will restore balance and radiance to your skin. From the fields and the forests to your body, we guarantee the purity of our products by controlling every step of the process.
At Mambino Organics, we strive to care for people and for the planet—that’s why all of our ingredients are grown ethically and sustainably. We source fresh ingredients of the highest quality directly from family-owned organic and fair trade farms around the world. Our ingredients are grown in the USA, Polynesia, Madagascar, Tahiti, Hungary, Italy and Croatia.
Taking care of your baby starts with taking care of you. All Mambino Organics skin care products, our safe, specially-formulated line of pregnancy skin care products will nourish, calm, and revitalize your skin. We offer a full range of natural, gentle skin care products for moms and babies, too. Visit our website today to learn more.
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