Sunday, 30 September 2018

No Stretch Mark Pregnancy

As you all should know by now, I had my beautiful little boy Albee on 30th August, after the most beautiful pregnancy. It's had its highs and lows as with most things but I thoroughly enjoyed carrying Albee and now looking back, I really miss the time I had with him, bonding, growing and developing. It was also nice to have a little more time to myself haha, which any parent will know is few and far between with a newborn.

Anyway, the point of this blog post is as the title suggestions, my no stretch mark pregnancy. I don't have a single mark, not one! Which I am amazed by because I actually have stretch marks already, from growing as a young teenager. I didn't have the biggest of bumps, but my skin certainly stretched beyond ordinary. It wasn't something I would have been overly bothered about, as I already have stretch marks but if I could try to prevent getting any more, then I was keen to do so. Which is what I did, twice a day and I swear by two products, which are Coconut Oil and Living Sea Therapy Body Butter. I used the oil first then followed by the butter, and on some occasions, I just used one or the other to save time. I think both products are packed full of skin loving ingredients and extremely rich, which my bump loved! With the body butter containing Sea Spaghetti which is packed full of vitamins which help the skin restore its moisture levels.

I used these products nearly every day and would highly recommend any pregnant ladies out there to give them a go. You don't need to use a lot, and both products are safe to use on your skin when pregnant and can also be used everywhere, even your face.

If you want to chat with me in more detail about the products or my pregnancy, then feel free to get in touch via Instagram or email me directly at corinnevans@gmail.com




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