I know being pregnant has a lot to do with my acne but it has never been this bad maybe one or two before my monthly then its gone. Is there any way I can prevent it certain things I should and should not eat or drink?
i feel your pain! my skins gone crazy.. i dont think there is anything we can do. i went out and bought clinique but it hasnt worked. am eating healthy drinking water.. its really frustrating hopefully it gets better
I have found some important tips to get read of acne during pregnancy
1) Clean your face gently with a mild, soap-free cleanser twice a day, once in the morning and once at night. Make sure to wash and rinse thoroughly, especially around your hairline and jaw, where pores tend to get clogged.
2) Wash your hair on a regular basis
3) using an oil-free moisturizer can actually help minimize the irritation that can lead to breakouts
4) Keep your pillowcases, your towels, and any hats you wear regularly clean as well.
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