MumStuff - Yummy Mummy Organic Tummy Cream 250ml

Each bottle is lovingly handmade with the finest ingredients by a small 'mum run' aromatherapy company based in Cheshire. As we insist on the best, our Tummy Cream contains no parabens, petrochemicals, artificial fragrance or colour and is not tested on animals.


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  • Lovingly Handmade

  • No artificial fragrances or colours


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£17.95

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Our exclusive and delectable Yummy Mummy Organic Tummy Cream is the perfect treat to try and keep those stretch marks away.
Infused with mandarin, grapefruit and lavender essential oils it smells good enough to eat (probably best not to though!).
Just rub it into the tummy (or anywhere) on the body to soothe, hydrate, reduce stretch marks and improve the skins elasticity.
Each bottle is lovingly handmade with the finest ingredients by a small 'mum run' aromatherapy company based in Cheshire.
As we insist on the best, our Tummy Cream contains no parabens, petrochemicals, artificial fragrance or colour and is not tested on animals.

Ingredients: (89% Organic, the products marked with an * are certified organic)
Aqua, sunflower seed oil*, shea butter*, coco-glucoside and coconut alcohol, glycerin, glyceryl stearate, olive fruit oil*, linseed seed oil*, aloe barbadensis leaf juice powder*, phenoxyethanol, potassium sorbate, tocopherol, xanthan gum, lactic acid, benzyl alcohol, citrus nobilis, lavandula augustifolia, citrus grandis
Mum-in-Charge suggests...
Why just keep it for your tummy?! This is a great, natural moisturiser that can be used on any part of the body.

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