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The Rub on Scrubs

Posted by Belli Skincare on Sep 9th 2019

The Rub on Scrubs
Get Glowing: How to Safely Exfoliate Your Skin While Pregnant and reveal that mama glow by incorporating exfoliation into your skincare routineDo you want softer, smoother, and more refined looking skin with increased clarity and brightness? Regular exfoliation delivers all those things and works by sloughing off the top layer of dead surface skin cells to reveal the healthier, younger-looking layer of skin beneath. Another added bonus? Fre...
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Stretch Marks During Pregnancy

Posted by Belli Skincare on Aug 2nd 2019

Stretch Marks During Pregnancy
One of the most common pregnancy-related complaints has got to be stretch marks. Whether you develop them or not has a lot to do with genetics, however, there are measures you can take to help prevent them from forming. Why do stretch marks occur during pregnancy anyway?During the second and third trimesters, your uterus will grow rapidly, stretching the skin over your abdomen and tearing the connective tissues in the dermis. The torn tissu...
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Protect Your Skin in the Summertime

Posted by Belli Skincare on Jul 4th 2019

Protect Your Skin in the Summertime
There’s never a more important time in your life to protect your skin from the sun than when you’re pregnant. The pregnancy hormones estrogen and progesterone are thought to make the pigment-producing skin cells (the melanocytes) react more strongly to sunlight, causing dark brown splotchy areas to appear on the chin, cheeks, nose, and forehead. Known as chloasma, melasma, or “the mask of pregnancy,” this condition affects up to 70 percent...
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Acne Tips for Pregnancy

Posted by Dr. Nava Greenfield, M.D. on Jun 17th 2019

Acne Tips for Pregnancy
Pregnant women have many more options than they think to deal with acne breakouts, which can be very bothersome during pregnancy. A basic skincare regimen that includes a gentle cleanser and a good moisturizer is essential. Prescription medications that are safe to use include clindamycin and finacea. Avoid the alpha and beta hydroxy acids that appear in many acne products such as glycolic acid and salicylic acid. However, lactic acid...
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Acne Breakouts When You’re Pregnant

Posted by Belli Skincare on Jun 11th 2019

Acne Breakouts When You’re Pregnant
Being pregnant, you’ve probably gotten used to giving up some of your favorite things, such as wine, sushi and gooey brie cheese. However, one of the toughest things to put on hold for nine months might be your regular acne treatments. If you’re like most pregnant women, acne is your number-one skin complaint. Your skin probably hasn’t seen this kind of hormonal activity since high school. Fluctuating hormone levels make the skin’s hair...
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