Beautiful pregnancy and stretch marks
Beautiful pregnancy in your life is no longer a dream but a reality.
Congratulations! This is a wonderful and exciting expectation of a miracle!
Some of the changes included in the life of the expectant mother, namely observing good personal hygiene can no longer lie in the hot tub, as the expanded blood vessels and can lead to dizziness or loss of consciousness, and the child - this is not like that.
It is recommended to prepare the breasts for breastfeeding before the birth of the baby, periodically massage with a rough towel, but gently without causing injury to the skin.
To minimize the manifestation of stretch marks on the skin are recommended methods of aromatherapy with 5 months of pregnancy and continue after birth.
It is better to give preference to the soul, because at physiological changes occur in a woman`s body, namely, increased sweating, discharges and frequent urination - personal hygiene especially mammary glands and genitals should be observed daily.
Recipe for a massage oil that you can prepare yourself at home: take 1 tablespoon of oil, sea buckthorn, add lavender essential oil - 3 drops. Mix, oil ready for use.
This line-up every day, gently massage the abdomen, hips - this will help your skin retain elasticity and freshness.
Continue to massage with this oil in the postpartum period, but more active massage movements until the post-natal stretch marks and blemishes.
Beautiful pregnancy up to be a joy of motherhood.
After birth, when the end isolation, you can take a bath using this recipe: take 100 grams of sea salt for salt and drip essential oils of geranium - 5 drops of mandarin - 4 drops Lavender - 5 drops. Add this mixture into a warm bath, take 10 minutes.
Recipe for a massage of stretch marks after giving birth: take sea buckthorn oil - 4 tablespoons, add the essential oils of geranium - 5 drops of mandarin - 4 drops Lavender - 5 drops.
Site is not a guide to self-medication. Before using certain recipes require mandatory consultation of the doctor!
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