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Glowing and Growing: Skin Care Hacks for Mums-to-Be!

Hey there, radiant mums-to-be! Pregnancy is an incredible journey, but it can also bring along some unexpected changes to your skin. From that famous "pregnancy glow" to a few not-so-glamorous side effects, your skin is in for a rollercoaster ride. But don't worry, we've got some fun and fabulous skin care hacks to help you maintain that gorgeous mum-to-be glow.


1. Hydration is Your BFF

Let's start with the basics, shall we? Water, water, and more water! Hydration is the key to keeping your skin supple and radiant. So, grab your favourite water bottle (make it a cute one!) and sip away. Plus, those frequent bathroom trips will help you stay active. Win-win!


2. Embrace Your Inner Sun Goddess

Sunscreen isn't just for the beach. The sun's rays can be harsh on your skin, and during pregnancy, your skin is more sensitive than ever. Slather on some SPF 30 (or higher) to shield your beautiful face from UV damage. Oh, and don't forget a chic hat and oversized sunglasses for that movie-star look!


3. Pregnancy Acne Drama? Befriend Gentle Cleansers

If you thought you were done with acne after your teenage years, think again. Pregnancy hormones can trigger breakouts. But don't fret! Opt for a gentle, fragrance-free cleanser and avoid harsh chemicals. And hey, embrace those cute little zits as your skin's way of saying, "I'm working overtime to accommodate this miracle!"

4. Pregnancy Mask ≠ Spa Day

Melasma, or the "pregnancy mask," can appear as dark patches on your face. To combat this, use a broad-spectrum sunscreen daily, wear a wide-brimmed hat, and consider investing in a stylish parasol. Rock that parasol like a pro – you're basically a Victorian-era queen!


5. Pregnancy Glow: Exfoliate, but Gently

Exfoliation is key to maintaining that "pregnancy glow," but ditch the harsh scrubs. Opt for a gentle exfoliating cleanser with lactic acid or fruit enzymes. A radiant mama-to-be deserves nothing but the best!


6. Tummy TLC

Your growing belly is like a canvas of motherhood, and it deserves some pampering too. Slather on a rich, hydrating belly butter or oil to keep stretch marks at bay. Bonus points for involving your partner in this sensual massage – it's a win-win!


7. Get Your Zzz's

Sleep is your secret weapon for gorgeous skin. Invest in a comfortable pregnancy pillow to support that growing bump and get those much-needed zzz's. A well-rested mum-to-be is a glowing mum-to-be!


8. Chug That Green Tea

Green tea is packed with antioxidants that can help combat skin issues. Sip on some hot or cold green tea (decaf, of course) and enjoy its soothing effects. Plus, it's a great excuse to have a spa day at home.


9. Keep it Simple

Your skin might become more sensitive during pregnancy, so it's a good time to simplify your skincare routine. Stick to the basics: cleanser, moisturiser, and sunscreen. Less is more, and your skin will thank you!


10. Stay Positive and Laugh Often

Okay, this one might not be a skincare hack per se, but it's essential. Stress can wreak havoc on your skin, so keep that smile on your face and embrace the joy of pregnancy. Laughter truly is the best medicine!


There you have it, fabulous mums-to-be! Embrace these skin care hacks with style and grace, and remember that you are growing a beautiful little human inside you. So, pamper yourself, stay hydrated, and keep rocking that pregnancy glow like the radiant queen you are! Cheers to a glowing pregnancy journey! 🌟🤰👑


The Bub Society is a modern 3D ultrasound clinic, dedicated to the conscious mamas in Perth. We are changing the experience of pregnancy, by removing any fears through the support of feminine energy.

Relax in our luxurious space, as you meet your bub with the latest ultrasound technology. We pride ourselves in making the most out of your bonding experience, with your bub. Our aim is to show you glimpses of bub before you embrace them in your arms. This equipment allows you to see how cheeky your bub is, in real time.

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