We’ve got a salve for that!

November 11, 2013

Itchy skin?  Stretch marks?  Eczema?  Diaper rash or thrush?  Sore nipples?  Hemorrhoids?  Chapped lips?  Bug bites?  New tattoo?

We’ve got a salve for that!

Motherlove’s line of protective and soothing herbal salves provides natural and effective relief to get you through many skin problems:

Motherlove’s Pregnant Belly Salve is an all natural way to prevent and soothe stretch marks.  Certified organic herbs added to a scar-healing base of shea butter do wonders to prevent, soothe, and minimize stretch marks.  You can use our Pregnant Belly Salve on dry heels, elbows, your c-section scar, even chapped lips.  The stars of this salve are marshmallow, which softens skin and soothes skin irritations; rosehips, which helps prevent scarring and hydrates the skin; calendula, an an all purpose skin healing herb; and chamomile, an anti-inflammatory herb which softens skin.

USDA_Organic_LogoMotherlove’s Green Salve is all-purpose, multi-tasking soother and healer.  This organic, all natural salve is the perfect remedy for rashes, and chapped or irritated skin, including eczema.  In winter it’s great for dry, chapped skin; in summer it’s great for taking the itch out of bug bites, bee stings, and poison ivy.  Green Salve contains extra virgin olive oil, beeswax, plantain herb, comfrey herb, marshmallow root, and calendula flower.  Plantain herb is known as “nature’s band aid” because it is excellent for healing wounds and drawing out toxins.   Comfrey herb is nicknamed “knitbone,” as it quickly heals wounds and prevents scarring.  Marshmallow and calendula soothe, heal, and soften skin.

USDA_Organic_LogoMotherlove’s Nipple Cream is made with all certified organic ingredients which heal and soothe sore, cracked nursing nipples.  Motherlove’s Nipple Cream contains extra virgin olive oil, beeswax, shea butter, marshmallow root, calendula.  All ingredients are safe for ingestion, so it does not need to be washed off prior to nursing.  Have leftover Nipple Cream?  Here are 13 more ways to use our Nipple Cream including using it on chapped lips, dry elbows, and even to tame frizzy hair!

oregon tilthMotherlove’s Diaper Rash & Thrush is an all-natural salve made with certified organic ingredients for persistent, inflamed diaper rash.  It contains healing herbs oregon grape root to clear up skin conditions, yarrow to soothe rashes, myrrh to fight bacteria and yeast overgrowth, and calendula to soothe skin.  If you’ve been treating diaper rash unsuccessfully with other products, your baby may have a yeast infection which requires a product with antifungal properties.  Our Diaper Rash & Thrush salve is diaper safe and compatible with all diapers including cloth.  This salve can also be used on nursing nipples, and does not need to be washed off nipples prior to nursing.

USDA_Organic_LogoMotherlove’s Tattoo Care is a certified organic salve which provides optimal moisturizing and healing properties for a new tattoo, yet retains a consistency that is comfortable to apply while tattooing or to a fresh tattoo.  Unlike petroleum-based products, Motherlove Tattoo Care allows the skin to breathe, and allows ink to fully penetrate the skin.  Made with calendula flowers and marshmallow root, infused in extra virgin olive oil, beeswax, and shea butter, it keeps pores from getting clogged and promotes a quicker healing time.

USDA_Organic_LogoMotherlove’s Rhoid Balm is a certified organic balm which provides immediate relief for inflamed tissues.  It contains a soothing combination of herbs including witch hazel, recommended by moms and doctors alike to reduce swelling, slow bleeding, and ease the discomfort of hemorrhoids

And of course, all of our salves have a zero rating (the cleanest rating) by EWG’s Skin Deep Cosmetic Saftey Database.  They’re free of body care ingredients to avoid.

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Susan Nelson

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