How do I look after myself during pregnancy?
Consulting your midwife, taking ultrasounds with gynecologist, preparing for the birth and actually delivering the baby - pregnant women actually also need time to feel good about themselves. So ladies, make sure you don't miss out on special pregnancy treatments. It’s not all about epidurals, caesareans or pregnancy wards, think about your own body and well-being. In addition, looking after yourself will have a positive effect on yours and baby’s morale. Pregnancy and childbirth are indeed a challenging test to our body. This is why treatments you are taking during these nine months are essential. Create a perfect routine with a large selection of intimate hygiene products, moisturizing face creams, fortifying anti-hair loss lotions, organic washing gels, healthy glow giftboxes or body shaping treatments! As a future mother, make sure you pamper yourself.
It is true that when you are expecting a baby, stretch marks could often be an issue! To prevent their appearance, take a look at our special anti-stretch mark treatments. Treat yourself to pre-birth and after-birth massages, organic stretch-mark prevention creams and oils. Create a proper routine. Towards the end of pregnancy and after the childbirth, many women sadly suffer from this kind of problem. Make sure you do the right thing in advance and say no to stretch marks !
How do I evolve with my pregnancy ?
Dreaming of becoming a mom, going through first months of pregnancy - an expectant mother is going through quite a few stages. Between nausea, rediscovering your sexuality, first contractions and preparing for childbirth, getting pregnant is a real adventure. To support you during these nine months, we are happy to offer you relevant products. If you are at a stage of increasing your odds of having a well-rounded belly, check out our selection of ovulation and pregnancy tests. These precise ovulation tools will show you when you are most likely to get pregnant. Having a child is one of the most beautiful dreams. Anticipating his or her arrival is essential. The WHO recommends breastfeeding for the first 6 months of babies life. No pressure, check out our special breastfeeding section, take your time to listen to midwives and nurses’ advice, find everything you need on our website.