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Pregnancy Skin Whats up with your Skin During Pregnancy

You’ve got that lovely pregnancy glow—and maybe a few unexpected skin surprises, too. Dermatologist moms explain them, and tell you what to do.
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Customer Reviews for Pregnancy Skin Whats up with your Skin During Pregnancy
Review 1 for Pregnancy Skin Whats up with your Skin During Pregnancy

Date:October 4, 2012
I was 'diagnosed' with melasma a couple of months post delivery. I went to the dermatologist for several months & spent well over $1K in attempts to get rid of it with NO luck! I do not like to wear heavy makeup, but did anyway and it would only mask it just a little bit. I have recently come across a brand new product that has significantly improved the darkness and I feel that it is slowly fading it! Although it does not make any claims in improving melasma, IT IS WORKING! It has been a long frustrating battle and I was told several times that it will eventually fade away, but it's hard to walk around looking like I have a mustache/go-t & don't even have hair there. SO HAPPY I am finally getting some relief!!
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Review 2 for Pregnancy Skin Whats up with your Skin During Pregnancy

Date:December 6, 2011
THIS EXPLAINS MY CLEAR SKIN.. BUT I HAVE RASHES THAT ITCH AROUND MY NECK AREA AND ITWS VERY RED AND BURNS I NEVER KNEW PREGNANCY IS THIS DIFFICULT..
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Review 3 for Pregnancy Skin Whats up with your Skin During Pregnancy

Date:February 11, 2011
Very informative. Thank you for the article. Very useful information for a new mom.
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Review 4 for Pregnancy Skin Whats up with your Skin During Pregnancy

Date:January 31, 2011
Be prepared for dry, itchy skin which means in-shower body lotion with Shea Butter every chance that you have outside of the shower that you take daily or when you can with a hectic schedule. Somehow, even regular body lotion will not do the moisturizing outside of bathing myself because all your moisture that you have in your skin is going to the baby/babies that you're carrying for nine months and 28 days. So literally, the baby/babies suck the most water from everywhere like bottled water that you drink and through your skin. So, stay hydrated and thoroughly moisturized throughout your pregnancy, ladies.
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