As your unborn child continues to grow inside of your uterus, you become more cautious to what you expose your body to. The fragile stage of life called the gestational period is the time period that the fetus grows and develops in the womb, making it one of the most important points in every human being’s life. This point in time marks the growth and function of nearly every system, and may also dictate the overall health of the child once it is born and starts its life outside of mother’s body. We already discussed the potential effects of your skincare routine and your diet, elaborating on why it may be beneficial to make some changes. Adjusting what goes into your body can help you avoid potentially devastating effects on your. Check out ‘Skincare Savvy Mother-To-Be‘ and ‘Meal Mastering Mom-To-Be‘ to learn more about what changes you should make to your skincare and diet. But there are a few common items that many mothers often forget that can have an equally toxic effect on their bodies and that of their developing babies.
Many grown women struggle with acne, wondering why it did not disappear after their teenage years and marveling at how stubborn the blemishes can be. The embarrassing, painful blemishes appear either at a certain time each month or linger on like unwanted guests. Just when you thought your skin problems should have started clearing up, you discover that they are actually getting worse. You may have started to notice the changes in your skin during your early twenties, and started using a multitude of acne products in an attempt to stave off the blemishes, or at least curb their frequency and stubbornness – all to no avail. It feels like a futile effort. However, up to forty five percent of women aged twenty one to twenty six combat this same skin condition.
To honor National Breast Cancer Month, and celebrate the thousands of breast cancer survivors nationwide, we put together a special article for our readers to enjoy. As the holiday season draws nearer, the desire to be with loved ones grows deeper. Some people will sadly miss a family member, left only with their memories as a celebration of that person. For many, it is because of breast cancer.