Skin care during pregnancy


Skin care for pregnant women is really crucial. Focus on the basics, and follow these easy tips.
Start with a gentle cleanser. It is recommended to use a nonresidue or glycerin-based facial cleanser. If your skin is ultra-dry, then it is suggested of washing with a soap less rinse-off cleanser that’s mild and moisturizing. Wash your face no more than twice a day to prevent over drying.
Sun protection
Moisturizing and sun protection, the most important addition you should make to your skin care routine during pregnancy (and beyond) is a moisturizer with SPF 15, and with broad spectrum protection. A study explains that during pregnancy, elevated hormone levels trigger the multiplication of pigment cells, which can cause facial blotchiness, or “the mask of pregnancy.” Using sunscreen daily rain or shine is the best way to avoid this discoloration. If you know you’re going to be out in the midday sun or at the beach, protect yourself with a sunblock. Look for lotions and creams with the ingredient Parsol or Avobenzone on the label.
Treatment of Acne during Pregnancy
In case, if your skin is oily and/or acne prone, you’ll probably experience your nastiest breakouts during the first trimester of pregnancy. The harmless way to treat these breakouts is with a product that contains glycolic acid, alpha hydroxyl acid, topical erythromycin or witch hazel. Commonly, most dermatologists don’t recommend the use of topical retinoid or salicylic acid check product labels for ingredients. While these ingredients haven’t been linked with birth defects, when there’s no conclusive evidence one way or the other, it’s best to err on the side of caution.
Easy Make up
 When it comes to wearing makeup during pregnancy, stick with the less-is-more philosophy. It’s faster and easier. All you really need to put your best face forward are few multipurpose products. A foundation stick that doubles as concealer is great for covering under-eye circles and blemishes, and for evening out skin tone. Chubby pencils are foolproof for smudging on eyes, lips, and cheeks, and they won’t take up much room in your bag. If you’re the kind of person who won’t leave the house without lipstick, make sure it’s moisturizing and contains sun protection. For a polished look, finish up with a coat of washable, waterproof mascara and you’re ready for the day.
By using Mambino Organics Anti-Stretch & Rebound Skin Duo, you don’t have to freak out over stretch marks. Both products are safe for your belly and baby—and they work together to restore your skin’s natural elasticity and keep it hydrated, to help prevent stretch marks from happening.
Many women whose skin changed during pregnancy return to normal after their hormones regulate postpartum. Because most topical skincare treatments are acceptable for use during pregnancy, a little troublesome hair, red blotches, or dry patches can be safely and easily addressed.
In some cases, sudden or significant changes in skin texture or color can indicate a health problem; if something alarms you, call a dermatologist or consult your healthcare provider.


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