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OUR PROCESS

"We deliver vegan, safe, reliable, and cruelty-free products to support every phase of the motherhood journey."

- MARY LAWLESS LEE

Made and Tested by Moms

Our founder, a mother of two and former ICU nurse understood the need for nēmah firsthand. She listened to moms, who opened up about their struggles and successes of motherhood. She then developed products with sustainability and efficacy at the forefront, wanting mothers to experience intentionally designed products that support a toxin-free lifestyle.

Made by Mom, For Mom.  

Our founder, a mother of two and former ICU nurse understood the need for nēmah firsthand. She listened to moms, who opened up about their tests, triumphs, struggles and successes. She then developed products with sustainability and efficacy at the forefront. She wants all mothers to experience intentionally created products that support a toxin-free lifestyle.

Made by Mom, For Mom.  

Our founder, a mother of two and former ICU nurse understood the need for nēmah firsthand. She listened to moms, who opened up about their tests, triumphs, struggles and successes. She then developed products with sustainability and efficacy at the forefront. She wants all mothers to experience intentionally created products that support a toxin-free lifestyle.

The Ingredients We Trust

A peptide that promotes a healthy skin microbiome by using a prebiotic approach to probiotic skincare. A healthy skin microbiome helps to reinforce barrier function, which protects the skin from dryness and inflammation caused by pollution and other outside factors. It helps restore your skin to its most natural state, so it can be as healthy as possible.   ISO 16128: 99.49% Natural Origin Content
Fensebiome™
A combination of a sustainably sourced marine-based ferment extract and clinically effective peptides that diminishes existing stretch marks and prevents the formation of new ones. It inhibits skin degradation, while in turn making it stronger to promote healing and restructuring. In just 30 days, this active created skin that was softer and more firm, while noticeably decreasing the appearance of stretch marks.   ISO 16128: 96.66% Natural Origin Content
Vanistryl®
An extract derived from mushrooms found in the Himalayan mountains, used in traditional medicine due to their high content of active compounds. As a result, these compounds can help to soothe reactive skin by preventing inflammation, redness and irritation, even before it occurs. It can also help soothe irritation caused by UV radiation exposure, and can help to lower the skin’s reaction to certain cosmetic ingredients.
Actisoothe®

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A glycoprotein from a sustainably sourced marine-based ferment extract with cryoprotective properties that helps protect the skin even in the harshest of environments to maintain a healthier skin barrier with better moisture retention. It promotes skin regeneration, cohesion and restructuring to lead to smoother, firmer skin with higher elasticity. ISO 16128: 99.63% Natural Origin Content
Antarcticine®
A combination of naturally occurring polysaccharides that help form a monolayer on the surface of the skin to help the outer layers of the skin retain and attract moisture for better hydration. It also helps the penetration and efficacy of beneficial actives while giving a light, pleasant sensation to the skin. Once applied, it gives immediate and long lasting hydration, creating healthier skin. ISO 16128: 97.50% Natural Origin Content
Lipomoist™ 2013
Jojoba Oil
Studies show that calendula extract may enhance skin hydration and stimulate its firmness and elasticity. These effects are likely due to its antioxidant content, which may reduce skin damage caused by oxidative stress.
Calendula
Mango Butter
Shea Butter

The Ingredients We Trust

A peptide that promotes a healthy skin microbiome by using a prebiotic approach to probiotic skincare. A healthy skin microbiome helps to reinforce barrier function, which protects the skin from dryness and inflammation caused by pollution and other outside factors. It helps restore your skin to its most natural state, so it can be as healthy as possible.   ISO 16128: 99.49% Natural Origin Content
Fensebiome™
A combination of a sustainably sourced marine-based ferment extract and clinically effective peptides that diminishes existing stretch marks and prevents the formation of new ones. It inhibits skin degradation, while in turn making it stronger to promote healing and restructuring. In just 30 days, this active created skin that was softer and more firm, while noticeably decreasing the appearance of stretch marks.   ISO 16128: 96.66% Natural Origin Content
Vanistryl®
An extract derived from mushrooms found in the Himalayan mountains, used in traditional medicine due to their high content of active compounds. As a result, these compounds can help to soothe reactive skin by preventing inflammation, redness and irritation, even before it occurs. It can also help soothe irritation caused by UV radiation exposure, and can help to lower the skin’s reaction to certain cosmetic ingredients.
Actisoothe®

VIEW MORE

A glycoprotein from a sustainably sourced marine-based ferment extract with cryoprotective properties that helps protect the skin even in the harshest of environments to maintain a healthier skin barrier with better moisture retention. It promotes skin regeneration, cohesion and restructuring to lead to smoother, firmer skin with higher elasticity. ISO 16128: 99.63% Natural Origin Content
Antarcticine®
A combination of naturally occurring polysaccharides that help form a monolayer on the surface of the skin to help the outer layers of the skin retain and attract moisture for better hydration. It also helps the penetration and efficacy of beneficial actives while giving a light, pleasant sensation to the skin. Once applied, it gives immediate and long lasting hydration, creating healthier skin. ISO 16128: 97.50% Natural Origin Content
Lipomoist™ 2013
Jojoba Oil
Studies show that calendula extract may enhance skin hydration and stimulate its firmness and elasticity. These effects are likely due to its antioxidant content, which may reduce skin damage caused by oxidative stress.
Calendula
Mango Butter
Shea Butter

From our family to yours.

We source ingedients from the best of science and nature. Each one-of-a-kind product is dermatologist approved, and tested by a diverse group of moms, including our founder.

We banned over 3,000 ingredients

We hold ourselves to strict standards by developing our products in Europe where 1,400 ingredients are banned (compared to fewer than 50 in the U.S.) We eliminated over 3,000 known toxins across our product range. Our formulas are developed with integrity and made with clinically proven ingredients that are suitable for all skin types.

THE BANNED INGREDIENT LIST

Beeswax 

Potential Skin Irritant

Benzophenone

Can cause Cancer, endocrine disruption, developmental and reproductive toxicity, organ system toxicity, irritation, ecotoxicity

Butoxyethanol

Butylated compounds (BHA and BHT) - Concerns about organ-system toxicity and endocrine disruption led the European Union to prohibit the preservative butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) from cosmetics

Cruelty Free

No animal testing is performed on our products or ingredients during production. Nemah is proud to be Leaping Bunny Certified globally

Dyes

EDTA

Ethanolamines 

Ethanolamines are present in many consumer products ranging from cosmetics, personal care products and household cleaning products. Both have been linked to liver tumors. The European Commission prohibits diethanolamine (DEA) in cosmetics, to reduce contamination from carcinogenic nitrosamines. [1]

Formaldehyde (and formaldehyde-releasing preservatives)

Used in many personal care products,[1] particularly in shampoos and liquid baby soaps. These chemicals, which help prevent microbes from growing in water-based products, can be absorbed through the skin and have been linked to cancer and allergic skin reactions.

Hydroquinone

Mineral oil

A byproduct of the oil refinery process, this petroleum-based product can contain harmful cancer-causing chemicals and is banned in the EU. In health and beauty products, it's typically used to lock in moisture, soften the skin and improve skin barrier function.

Oxybenzone

Parabens

Parabens are unnecessary preservatives that extend the shelf life of health and beauty products. Some are linked to skin and breast cancer, reproductive toxicity, hormone disruption, and development disruption.

Petrolatum and Paraffin

This can contain harmful cancer-causing chemicals and is banned in the EU. In health and beauty products, it's typically used to lock in moisture, soften the skin and improve skin barrier function.

Phthalates

Pronounced THAL-ates, these chemicals, which are linked to endocrine disruption, developmental and reproductive toxicity, and cancer, have been banned from cosmetics in the European Union, but still remain prevalent in U.S. products.

Resorcinol

Resorcinol is commonly used in hair dyes and acne medication. In higher doses it is toxic and can disrupt the function of the central nervous system and lead to respiratory problems. It has also been shown to disrupt the endocrine system, specifically thyroid function.

Sulfates

Synthetic fragrance

May be shown as ‘fragrance’ or ‘perfume’ in ingredient lists, these fragrances can contain untested chemicals including hormone disruptors, allergens, heavy metals and more. Added fragrance can also lead to skin irritation in those with sensitive skin.

Talc

Some talc may contain the known carcinogen asbestos, therefore it should be avoided in powders and other personal care products, unless it is known to be asbestos-free. Even asbestos-free talc should be avoided in the pelvic areas.

Toluene

Toluene is a toxic chemical used in in nail products and hair dyes. Exposure to toluene can result in temporary effects such as headaches, dizziness and cracked skin, as well as more serious effects such as reproductive damage and respiratory complications.

Triclosan and Triclocarban

Triclosan and triclocarban are commonly used antimicrobial agents found in many soaps and detergents. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has identified triclosan in the urine of 75 percent people tested. Widespread use with few regulations has led to concerns regarding their effects on humans and the environment, such as endocrine disruption, bioaccumulation, and the emergence of bacteria resistant to antibodies and antibacterial products.