32 Ratings

Mutha offers natural-origin skin and body care, donating a portion of sales to midwife and nurse education programs.

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The product packaging drew me in -- it is insanely gorgeous and beautiful on shelf in your bathroom (I still keep the product for this reason even though I don't use the actual serum that often). I have the body contour serum and the pump only lets out a little bit of product at a time, so I felt like I needed a lot to cover my body. However, I do think this product is supposed to target specific areas & you are supposed to use it daily. I did look up the product on the site and they have consumer testing, which (bravo!) is awesome. I think after 4 weeks of continuous use, you should see the clinical claims they state on the website.

5 months ago

This brand got it’s hype by being sold by luxury high-end retailers. By being sold at these stores, it instantly becomes a sought after product. In my experience, it is EXTREMELY overpriced. The eye cream sucks… basically just makeup. The Face Oil is nice and hydrating and absorbs really fast and is nice, but is pricey. I think there’s nothing crazy innovative about the products, but they do look nice on the counter.


I get it… they’re aiming to be a luxury brand… but maybe offer some more affordable products that people who want the luxury experience without breaking the bank such as body wash, facial cleanser, or lip balm.

Cool look & feelFun unboxing 📦Luxury
7 months ago