There is now scientific evidence to support that “nutritional” therapy is a key factor in connective tissue repair. This cream has been specially formulated with very specific nutrients to nourish and heal your connective tissue. Here is the link for the chart that has all these nutrients, function of each nutrient for connective tissue repair, food source and cream ingredients with these nutrients. https://diastasisrehab.com/corrective...
Getting these specific nutrients from food is also important in healing connective tissue. So please read the article I have written on nutrition and connective tissue. Here is the page for this article: https://diastasisrehab.com/nutrition-...
This cream is made in the US. It is natural with no parabens, phthalates, petrochemicals, mineral oil or SLS.
After bathing, thoroughly dry your skin and apply the cream to the connective tissue joining your outermost abdominal muscles from the bottom of your sternum to your pubic bone. Do not put in your belly button. While doing the Tupler Technique® Program it is important to keep your belly button clean and dry. Allow the cream to absorb before putting your splint back on.
The skin on your belly is very sensitive so it is recommended to prepare your skin the first four weeks of the Tupler Technique® Program with this cream before starting the Together Tape™. This cream can also be used on your face and body as a lotion to nourish your skin.
"I am very picky about moisturizer, have skin that easily breaks out and have used high end face creams like La Mer and Laura Mercier. I've been using this cream on my belly and face and have had no break outs. I like this product as much as the highest end creams I've tried. The texture and scent are lovely." Bonnie Cornburg
“Besides using it on my belly to nourish my weak connective tissue, I also use it on my face and my legs after shaving. It is very soothing and I love the way it smells. I even used it on my sunburn because there is aloe vera in it and it took the pain right away. I love it!” Sue Primer