During pregnancy, every woman wants to remain attractive. But, unfortunately, at this time, any of us can face such problems, the existence of which could not even be suspected. One of such trouble is able to become cellulite.
The cosmetic industry today offers a wide range of various means that help to cope with the orange peel. But is anti-cellulite cream suitable for this during pregnancy?
Cellulite and pregnancy
These two concepts often go hand in hand. Of course, cellulite is not a disease. But his appearance can spoil the mood of each of us. Negatively, it affects the skin condition. In such places, the skin becomes denser, loses its former elasticity, and any scratches and bruises heal much longer.
Orange peel is a change in the composition of adipose tissue due to the effects on it of the hormone estrogen, the production of which increases in this period. Thus, in some areas, metabolic processes are disrupted; the cells lack the oxygen they need, and the metabolic products and toxins are difficult to be excreted outward.
Most often cellulite affects the hips, buttocks and stomach. Its appearance suggests that there is a deficiency of oxygen in your skin. Therefore, its cells lack the oxygen and nutrients they need. Fight this unattractive problem immediately, as soon as you notice the first manifestations of cellulite.
Since during the entire period of pregnancy in the female body there is an increase in fat tissue, it is necessary to use special means constantly.
However, for you all this is not suitable, because all kinds of essential oils, hyaluronic acid, phytoestrogens and many other components of popular cosmetics for pregnant women are contraindicated. The same applies to anti-cellulite cream during pregnancy. Therefore, when choosing a suitable remedy, you should study its composition and make sure that it contains no harmful substances for the baby.
If you suffer from allergies, before using any drug, test it. To do this, apply a small amount to a small area of skin located near the elbow or on the back of the palm. If after 20-30 minutes no reaction follows, you can safely use this tool.