- Stay Hydrated
- Eat a variety of fruit and vegetables
- Include healthy fats to your diet
- Keep to a simple skincare routine
- Use soothing, hydrating, nourishing products to help your skin
- Rest as much as possible and try to get good sleep
- Facial massage can help with water retention and puffiness
- Wear SPF daily
- Don’t over cleanse or exfoliate as this may cause dry, irritated skin
- Pick or squeeze spots as this will cause scarring and can introduce bacteria
- Use retinoids – vitamin A is a no in pregnancy
- Panic about your skin and start buying products that you do not need
The takeaway from this is to try to keep things as natural as possible, and to know it’s not uncommon for your skin to change during pregnancy due to hormones.
If you are unsure we always recommend speaking to your health care practitioner for personalised advice
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