Avoiding New Mommy Stretch Marks

Fleur D By Fleur D, 21st Mar 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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A helpful tip for expecting mothers to prevent stretch marks. This is my testimony of how it worked for my first pregnancy.

Avoiding New Mommy Stretch marks

Are you expecting your first little bundle of joy? Are you worried about all the physical changes a woman’s body will go through? I was with my first pregnancy two years ago. I was excited to finally get pregnant after trying and not succeeding.
As soon as I did and it was confirmed by the blood test, I soon spread the good news. Tips on how to take care of myself began to poor in like the rain in Seattle. I heard so many different ways to take care of my skin from aloe vera lotion to cocoa butter cream. I tried the cocoa butter cream, but I didn’t like the oily feeling when applied. I was told about Mother’s Friend body skin cream for “ tight, dry, skin of pregnancy.” I tried it religiously for the whole 9 months and no stretch marks. I was thrilled. I ordered it through my local pharmacy and it was great. My skin did not look like a wriggled shirt with many folds after my first pregnancy. It is about $6 on Amazon.com and it comes in a blue and white small box. Make sure it says cream. There are different Mother's Friend products and I , too, have made the mistake and ordered the wrong one. It is really worth it to invest in a body lotion that is both a miracle and affordable.
Directions are relatively simple. Just apply it to legs, abdomen, and back just as you would any body lotion. It can be used on sides of breast as well to avoid stretch marks there . After delivering, you can still use it as a body conditioner on elbows , knees, and heels. It is made by S.S.S Company in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Expecting Mothers, Preventing Stretch Marks In Pregnancy, Stretch Marks In Pregnancy

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author avatar Fleur D
Domestic engineer, mother, wife, writer, aspiring novelist, over 7 years of experience in education/training, and I enjoy writing online.

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