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Belly care during Pregnancy

Pregnant women covering belly

During pregnancy, a woman's body goes through many physical changes, and stretch marks are just one of them. It is estimated that up to 90% of all pregnant women have stretch marks during pregnancy. Stretch marks usually appear as brown, pink, red, or purple streaks on the abdomen, buttocks, thighs, or breasts between the 13th and 21st week of pregnancy. Stretch marks during pregnancy are caused by rapid weight gain that causes tiny tears in the support layers of the subcutaneous tissue. However, genes also play an important role in the appearance or absence of stretch marks. If your mom has stretch marks, you probably have them too. Therefore, it is important to use natural personal care products in your routine during pregnancy to reduce the appearance of stretch marks.

The best time to reduce stretch marks is when they are new. In general, there are three steps to creating stretch marks. In the first stage, pink stretch marks appear, and the skin around them can be itchy and look smooth or thin. In the second phase, the stretch marks change color, appear red or purple, and increase in length and width. At stage 3, the stretch marks begin to fade and turn white or silver. At this stage, it's tough to reduce the looks of stretch marks. Using effective mom care products will help reduce the appearance of stretch marks when they are new.

Here are some tips to help you reduce and prevent stretch marks during pregnancy:

1. Drink plenty of water and stay hydrated.Dehydration can cause dry, itchy skin..

2.Eat a balanced diet that is high in vitamins C, D, E and minerals like zinc. Add foods like fresh fruits, nuts, seeds, fish, and leafy green vegetables to keep your skin healthy and nourished. Avoid foods rich in salt or sugar.

3. Wear loose clothing that will not irritate your skin. Choose natural, breathable fabrics like cotton to keep your skin healthy.

4. When showering, choose natural soaps and sulfate-free shower gels as these dry out the skin and cause irritation. After you shower, dry your skin by patting instead of rubbing.

5. Avoid dust, pollution and extreme temperature fluctuations.

6. Massage the skin of the abdomen, thighs, buttocks and other affected areas with a natural stretch cream that contains ingredients such as shea butter and cocoa butter.

7. Choose natural products so that your skin is always moisturized. This will help reduce stretch marks and save you itching and dryness.

8. Make sure you gain weight gradually during pregnancy. This reduces the possibility of stretch marks on your skin and is essential for a healthy pregnancy.

When choosing skin care products for pregnancy, it is important to make sure that they are made without harmful chemicals, toxins, or artificial fragrances as these can irritate the skin. Choose Pregnancy care products that are natural, safe, and skin-tested.

Do stretch marks go away after pregnancy?

While it is obviously impossible to remove cracked skin, stretch marks can linger for a while and be more noticeable after giving birth. However, stretch marks will fade and lighten over time. If you are looking for treatment to reduce stretch marks after giving birth, it is best to take action during the first six months after giving birth. Your body has regained its shape in the first 6 months after giving birth and this is the best time to reduce stretch marks. Use a natural pregnancy cream made from natural ingredients to help moisturize the skin and reduce the appearance of stretch marks.


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