Moms might love their baby bump and pregnancy glow, but stretch marks? Not so much. Shea butter and peptides (amino acids that reduce inflammation) support skin and diminish marks.
Pipette’s shipping is carbon neutral, and they’re committed to providing clean, cruelty-free products that don’t contribute to deforestation.
Why we love it
Whether it’s morning sickness, multi-hour labor, or months of sleepless nights, a healthy baby makes it all worth it. Celebrate your motherhood pre- and post-partum with this silky, plant-derived belly butter, formulated to nurture skin and reduce stretch marks. Vitamin-rich shea butter conditions and calms skin, while Pipette’s unique squalane replenishes moisture. Take a moment for you. You deserve it.
How it does good
Helping mothers, and Mother Nature, care for their kids
Between infants’ heightened sensitivity and our country's limited regulation of personal care products, baby skincare can be a headache parents don’t need. Throw in issues like deforestation, animal cruelty, and unsustainable sourcing, and it becomes difficult to protect the earth while protecting your newborn. Pipette is out to change that, blacklisting over 2,000 items suspected to cause personal or environmental harm. Their own hypoallergenic ingredients lists are tested by dermatologists, pediatricians, and biologists (not animals), and fronted by squalane, a sugarcane-based moisturizer inspired by what babies already produce. Pipette has committed to sourcing clean, holistic ingredients, and all their products are EWG Verified™ and certified vegan and cruelty-free.
responsible sourcingPipette’s squalane is traceable to sustainable sugarcane producers in Brazil. None of their ingredients are farmed near rainforests, and they’re dedicated to preventing both animal testing and harm to forests. They ban any ingredients thought to cause environmental harm, blacklisting more than the US and EU combined.
supporting key causesPipette partners with Every Mother Counts, a nonprofit that improves equity, education, and care for pregnant mothers. Following the COVID-19 pandemic, they donated much-needed hand sanitizer to health-care facilities in California and New York.
low carbon footprintThey provide financial support to reforestation and tree-planting efforts to offset their shipping, making these processes carbon neutral. Their offices are LEED Silver Certified, which means they're mindful of sustainability in building design and energy use, and their labs are My Green Lab Platinum Certified.