WHAT'S IN IT?
Nature’s superpowers combined with a bit of love is what makes Mummys Magic Nappy Care Spray.
Olive Fruit Oil (Olea europaea Fruit Oil): Olive Oil is mostly known as an important part of a healthy Mediterranean diet; but did you know it also has amazing healing and soothing properties. This is why it is also an important natural ingredient in Mummys Magic Nappy Care Spray. Loaded with antioxidants, Olive Oil adds a protective coating to the skin and serves as a moisturiser. The nutrient dense oil fights inflammation and is a well-known natural remedy to treat Cradle Cap in infants. The hydrating properties of vitamins A and E keep the skin so supple that even Cleopatra herself in Ancient Egyptian times used Olive Oil to keep her skin soft and moist.
Apricot Kernel Oil (Prunus armeniaca Kernel Oil): Apricot kernel is a cold pressed oil that penetrates the skin easily and nourishes with Vitamin A, E and K. It is rich in essential Omega 6 fatty acids and has excellent softening and moisturising properties to soothe dry and irritated skin. Apricot kernel Oil also reduces oxidative stress of the skin, redness and swelling.
Damask Rose Water (Rosa damascena Flower Water): Having the most powerful rose oil Damask Rose is truly the queen of roses and does not just look beautiful in our gardens. Damask Rose has anti-inflammatory and cooling properties and so helps to soothe irritation and aggravation caused by skin conditions like nappy rash. It reduces redness in irritated skin and helps heal eczema and dermatitis. It is a very effective remedy for sunburn too! Damask Rose helps to maintain the pH balance of the skin and even suits sensitive skin as it is very mild and there is no known side effects.
Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis Leaf Juice): The so called ‘Lily of the desert’ contains a unique resin which soothes the skin and brings relief from swelling and irritation. It reduces redness, inflammation, itch and discomfort and is also able to break a wide variety of rashes. It is being used to treat eczema, prickly heat, psoriasis and sunburn. No wonder Alexander the Great conquered a whole island simply to gain access to the locally growing Aloe Vera plant to treat the wounds of his warriors!
Shea Butter Oil (Butyrospermum parkii Oil): The sheatree is considered sacred in many countries of Africa and has been worshipped for its healing properties. The oil from the fruit of the sheatree has antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties and helps to improve blood circulation. It is used in many skin care products as it is packed with Vitamins A and E. Its moisturizing and hydrating properties provide immediate softness and smoothness. Shea butter aids in the skins natural collagen production and promotes cell regeneration.
Calendula (Calendula officinalis Extract): Calendula is also known as pot marigold. The beautiful orange flower has incredible healing properties and has been used to fight inflammation, bacterial infections and burns. It is also a great moisturizer for dry skin and helps even stubborn wounds to heal quicker.
Rapeseed Oil (Brassica campestris Seed Oil): As the rapeseed plant is the third most important crop for the UKs agriculture it is very likely that you have come across one of the bright yellow blossoming rapeseed fields. Rapeseed Oil is high in Vitamin E which is considered an antioxidant. Antioxidants help to eliminate free radicals that harm the skin cells and makes the skin look older.Rapeseed Oil serves as a moisturiser and prevents dry and itchy skin.
Almond Oil (Prunus amygdalus dulcis Oil): Almond oil is not only a healthy and delicious oil for the kitchen but also a mild oil with hypoallergenic properties which is safe for sensitive skin, including baby skin. The antioxidative properties of almond oil helps to protect skin against UV radiation damage and keeps the skin soft and supple. Almond oil is a natural remedy for eczema and psoriasis and helps relieve the inflammation, itchiness and redness of the skin.
Lavender Oil (Lavandula angustifolia Oil): Of all the natural super heroes in this list lavender oil is the most versatile. The analgetic and antiseptic properties of lavender promote rapid healing and help prevent scarring of the skin. The smell of this purple flower is very pleasant and calming and has a relaxing effect on the whole body. Lavender Oil calms, soothes and restores the skin’s natural balance so healing can take place.
Chamomile Oil (Anthemis nobilis Flower Oil): The anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties of Chamomile promote smooth and healthy skin and relieve irritations. For centuries mothers have used Chamomile to calm crying children, reduce fevers and soothe upset stomachs. This gentle and mild essential oil is great for sensitive skin, including baby skin.
Sunflower Oil (Helianthus annuus Seed Oil): The oil of the sunflower seed is rich in Vitamin E which is known to improve skin health and to regenerate cells. It aids in neutralising free radicals which damage healthy skin cells and can cause premature ageing of the skin. Sunflower Oil promotes quicker wound healing and less scarring. It also acts as a protective barrier to infant skin and helps prevent skin infections.