The colder days are also more comfortable for pregnant women, who suffer less with bumps and heat. Despite this, skin, hair and body continue to demand care. Check out the tips:
The cold season invites to warmer baths, but they detract from the layer of natural protection of the skin, called lipoprotein. So you should not forget about life in these baths. Also remember to moisturize your body well with creams or oils when you exit the shower. It is this hydration that also helps prevent stretch marks. The same caution holds for the lips, which tend to get drier in the winter. If you prefer, cocoa butter can be replaced with lipstick with moisturizer.
They are often left out of the beach and pool station, and in winter as well as the skin, they may suffer from the hot water from the baths, becoming more dry and dull. Experts recommend warm water to wash the wires.
In the sun
This is not the time to give up sunscreen because you are less exposed to the sun during this time. Know that the action of ultraviolet rays is the same in winter. Protect yourself with products that combine sunscreen and moisturizing.
The body continues to need irrigation in the winter. Even if you do not feel as thirsty as in the summer, keep the habit of drinking at least 2 liters of water a day.
The climate also gives laziness and favors more sedentary programs, invariably accompanied by gulodices. In addition, the body stores more fat in order to protect itself from the cold. The combination is fatal to gain extra pounds. So take care, move, and exercise.
Even if the swelling is lower than in the heat, keep the care: Avoid very salty foods, which make the body retain more liquid; do not stand in the same position for a long time, standing or sitting; put your legs up for an hour at the end of the day; use elastic stockings and consult your doctor about a massage suitable for your pregnancy time.
Remember that taking care of beauty does well for the body and raises self-esteem, improving even the mood – so vulnerable in pregnancy at any season.