Skin Care During Pregnancy

Skin Care During Pregnancy

Natural Skin Care Guide

Anti-aging beauty secrets

Dark Spots

Cure stretch mark

Pregnancy can cause differences to your skin as a result of hormones. Some women get healthy glowing skin while others may experience skin conditions such as acne, rashes or discoloration that may be caused by increased hormone levels. You also have to be careful about the skin products that you use so that you do not unknowingly harm your unborn baby. As soon as you discover that you are pregnant watch out for changes in your skin so you can use the appropriate treatments for the conditions that develop.

Pregnancy complications

Some of the common changes that pregnant women experience are hair growth, dry skin, oily skin and skin discoloration. If you happen to see any of these changes then use skin care products or home remedies that will take care of the skin problem. If you get dry skin, ensure that you drink plenty of water and eat plenty of fruits and vegetables as these are not only healthy for your baby but they will also hydrate your skin. Use skin products that have the ability to deeply moisturize your skin. If you want to use a natural product, use olive oil which is great for locking in moisture in your skin and it will not affect your unborn baby.

Use creams with Vitamin C and E on your belly to prevent stretch marks from forming from early on in your pregnancy. If your skin is dry, it is more likely to form stretch as it breaks as your skin stretches as your pregnancy grows. If you notice that your skin is getting oilier this can lead to acne. You can use topical creams and serums that are recommended by your dermatologists that are safe for use during pregnancy. Home remedies are safer to treat the oily skin as ingredients are known to you whereas topic cream may have some side effects due to presence of preservatives and chemicals. You can use drying creams that will help dry out pimples that form as a result of excess oil production.

Sulfur is safe to use but it is advisable to avoid creams with salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide as these ingredients may harm your unborn baby. You can also use homemade masks once in a while. Some of these are honey masks. Honey is great for the skin as it helps to clear acne because it has antibacterial properties it acts as a cleanser and as a moisturizer. Some pregnant women may develop dark colored patches on their skin. This is because of an increase in the production of melanin and this mostly affects women with darker skin tones or those who have this condition in their families.

To prevent the occurrence of dark patches or reduce the severity use sunscreen every time you go out. Home recipes of sunscreen are safe then the sunscreen available in the market. If you develop dark patches, your dermatologist can recommend some safe creams that you can use. Do not use creams that have hydroquinone as this may be harmful to the baby. Some natural home remedies that you can use lemon juice which as Vitamin C which lightens the dark spots, milk which has lactic acid which also lightens spots and yoghurt which contains enzymes that also help to fade dark spots. Papaya and aloe Vera also help to even out your skin tone as well as make your skin smoother.

Natural Skincare Guide- Home Made Recipes” is the best safe resource for skincare during pregnancy as you can prepare all the recipes for your skin need at your home with items available at your home or at nearby store. Step by step guidance is given for preparation of recipes. Precautions given in the guide for maintaining healthy skin are also very useful.

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