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Blinging Mommy: The Best Chemical-Free Body Oils for Your Baby Bump

Blinging Mommy: The Best Chemical-Free Body Oils for Your Baby Bump



When interviewed about the products she used during her pregnancy, new mommy, Kelly Rowland told Elle, “I’ve switched out anything with harsh chemicals. I use nothing but shea butter, pure cocoa butter and coconut oil. It’s amazing how all of those things work so well for my skin. I’m going to continue to just use those after the baby gets here.”

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We agree wholeheartedly with Kelly that shea butter, cocoa butter and coconut oil are the best products for mommy-t0-be skin. And, to bump it up a notch (not pun intended) insure that your oils and butters are chemical free and as close to nature as possible.

We chose 5 oils  that our own Blinging Mommy is currently trying for you to try out as well.

1.  Caudalie Divine Oil $49

caudalie divine oil

What it is:
A luxurious dry oil that provides nourishing moisture and lasting comfort to body, face, and hair.

What it is formulated to do:
Divine Oil contains a blend of grapeseed, hibiscus, sesame, and argan oils combined with patented grapeseed antioxidant polyphenols to leave skin soft, firm, and radiant. Perfect as a post-sun product, its glamorous texture is instantly absorbed, imparting a subtle, floral, and sunkissed fragrance.

Available at Doobop.com

2.  Comfort Zone Sacred Nature Bio-Certified Oil $75

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What it is:

Rich in Buriti oil and jojoba oil, this product is ideal for prematurely aging skin, dry skin, and skin susceptible to wrinkles and stretchmarks. Jojoba oil is an extraordinary beauty elixir because it is rich in lipids, known to have an affinity for the skin due to its linear structure.

What it is formulated to do:

The rich, nourishing organic oils will make your body feel as soft and smooth as your favorite silk scarf. Massage it all-over post-shower and don’t worry that you’ll have to stand around naked before you get dressed—this formula sinks in fast.

Available at Doobop.com

3. L’Occitane Body & Hair Fabulous Oil $36

L'Occitane Body & Hair Fabulous Oil

What it is:
A dry oil that nourishes and softens the body and hair with the delicate scent of shea.

What it is formulated to do:
This multipurpose dry oil makes the skin soft and supple, and the hair silky and shiny. It is enriched with five percent shea oil, an optimal concentration of shea, and a combination of plant oils (sunflower, baobab, carrot seed) to create a fabulous formula. It is quickly absorbed to leave a satiny finish with a delicate and comforting scent.

4. VMV Hypoallergenics Grandma Minnie’s Oil’s Well Nurturing Do-It-Oil $15

Grandma Minnie's Oil's Well Nurturing Do-It-Oil

What it is:

Made with organic virgin coconut oil and monolarin, a coconut derivative.

What it is formulated to do:

This product is a serious multitasker for mom and baby alike that works to soften skin (and even cradle cap!), prevent diaper rash, detangle hair, clean wounds and is ideal for soothing massages.  Validated hypoallergenic by the North American Contact Dermatitis Group, VMV Hypoallergenics Grandma Minnie’s Oil’s Well safe enough for the delicate skin of newborns and nursing mothers!

5.  Clarins Tonic Body Treatment Oil $57

Clarins Tonic Body Treatment Oil

What it is:
A luxurious body treatment that contains 100% pure plant extracts, which promote skin firmness and suppleness.

What it does:
This body treatment improves skin elasticity to prevent the appearance of stretch marks and to maintain skin firmness. The lightweight, silky texture absorbs quickly to deeply nourish and tone skin. It’s ideal for expectant mothers and young women going through puberty.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”





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