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Stretch Mark Prevention
Dermatologists argue about how stretch marks can be prevented, but one thing is fairly certain: genetics plays a role in whether or not you are prone to getting stretch marks. That is if your mother got stretch marks during pregnancy, you more likely to get them yourself. However, there are some things you can do to limit the possibility of getting stretch marks.
Following these simple guidelines to keep yourself healthy can go a long way toward putting the odds in your favor.
Eat a healthy, diverse and balanced diet to keep your weight gain within the recommended range of 25 to 35 pounds. Excellent nutritional status is vital for your developing baby, but it also contributes to the strength and health of your skin. What's more, a controlled and steady weight gain, without any wild upward swings, will let your skin stretch at a steady rate without any unexpected jolts.
Drink plenty of water. Hydration is important for your overall health and well-being as well as that of your growing baby, and it is critical for healthy skin.
Take your vitamins. This is one more way to ensure proper nutritional status, which is critical for your overall health and well-being, as well as beautiful skin and a healthy baby!
Keep skin liberally and effectively moisturized beginning in the first or second trimester and through your recovery to your pre-pregnancy weight. If you do it with Bio Body Cream you will also nourish your skin and help it regenerate without scarring.
This product for stretch mark prevention will keep your skin supple and elastic plus it will serve as "food" for your skin. It also enhances collagen production and the glycosaminoglycans (glucose molecules) that support the dermis and keep skin intact despite rigorous stretching.
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