Pampering yourself with a daily massage of your tummy, buttocks, thighs and breasts with Mother’s Special Blend Skin Toning oil will provide you with deep moisture and tone your skin to help prevent stretch marks.
No matter how much you don’t want them, stretch marks are likely to occur during pregnancy. Your belly will grow to accommodate for your child and there’s nothing you can do about this. Unfortunately, there will be some women who worry about their growing stomach and will try ways to get smaller and smaller waist during pregnancy, namely through corsets or waist trainers. You should completely avoid these and embrace them in postpartum and appreciate your bump during this time. Fortunately, your stretch marks can be lessened using the Mother’s Special Blend.
The earlier you apply Mother’s Special Blend to your skin during your pregnancy the better. Genetics has been shown to play a part in the development of stretch marks and scars. Even if a mother or sister has gotten stretch marks, Mother’s Special Blend has prevented them in related family members for the past 35 years. Many, many testimonials attest to positive results.
It also helps to minimize them should you get stretch marks.
How to apply our skin toning oil and how often:
- Enjoy cleansing with the rich lather from Our Mother’s Special Blend Cocoa Butter soap. Gently towel dry and then apply a small amount of Mother’s Special Blend oil and massage in a circular motion into your belly, thighs, breasts and buttocks while your skin is warm and moist.
- Don’t forget this regimen after the baby is born. Your skin will be contracting back to your normal shape and your skin will need the same support as it did when expanding. Both products are safe for you and your newborn.
- You might feel the need to bare that beautiful belly on the beach but don’t be tempted. Scarring and darker pigmentation is accelerated with sun exposure. Keep your skin under-wraps or under an umbrella and use a safe sun screen of no more than SPF 15.
Remember natural and simple is always best. Follow your health care providers advice when it comes to you and your baby.