Intro to Healing Postpartum Dry Skin
The changes that happen in your body, thanks to the fluctuation of hormones, can be very frustrating, stressful, and worrisome for moms.
This fluctuation is responsible for your postpartum dry skin.
Life can be chaotic with a new baby, and it can be easy to skimp on your beauty routine.
We’re here to help you simplify life and take the proper steps to nourish your dry skin.
Healing Postpartum Dry Skin
Dry skin is a common postpartum effect because of the decrease in oil production due to the decrease in estrogen production.
Here are several ways to nourish your dry skin:
1. Avoid irritants:
It’s essential to use gentle, natural, and nourishing cleansers to prevent the skin’s natural oils won’t be stripped when using harsh cleansers.
Make sure they are SLS (sodium laurel sulfate) free, chemical-free, and nasties-free.
The perfect way to moisturize and nourish your skin is by using IlLustrious Shampoo & Cleanser by Belegenza as your face and body wash.
With aloe as the first ingredient, you are soothing as you cleanse away synthetic & cosmetic build-up, allowing the healing power of premium, purifying botanicals and extracts to moisturize & revitalize skin.
It’s crucial to apply a topical moisturizer that’s natural, gentle, and nourishing. TimeLess Skin Moisturizer by Belegenza is a total body skin rejuvenator that utilizes food-grade ingredients.
Nutrients are supercharged to heal and balance your skin with
a noticeable glow noticed instantly. This natural approach leads to clearer, smoother, and more radiant skin day by day.
3. Use lukewarm water:
Using lukewarm water when bathing or showering is best because hot water tends to rob your skin of its natural oils.
4. Eat a nutrient-dense diet:
You must take care of your body from the inside out.
Eating a variety of nutrient-dense foods supports your body’s production of collagen.
Nuts, leafy vegetables, citrus fruits, and whole grains contain inositol, which also helps with collagen production.
Lean meats, beans, fish, eggs, dairy, kale, and asparagus are great sources of protein.
Fruits and vegetables are essential to provide a variety of nutrients such as vitamin c, vitamin a, vitamin b5, vitamin b12, folate, zinc, and niacin. Avoid refined sugar as much as possible.
To help keep skin moisturized from the inside it’s necessary to consume healthy fats that provide your body with long-chain polyunsaturated fats and linoleic acids.
Coconut, olive, and flaxseed oil are great options.
Notice soy oil is NOT on the healthy list…beware!
Hydration is essential for healthy skin.
With proper hydration, skin looks smooth, plump, and glowing.
It helps with preventing dryness and maintaining skin elasticity.
Conclusion to Healing Postpartum Dry Skin
You’re limited on what you can do to control your hormone levels, so
you must take the proper actions to nourish your skin in other ways.
We, at Belegenza, take the guesswork and uncertaintya always provide the best possible products, starting now!
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By the way, you will also get Alan & Cheryl’s cell/text with your purchase to ask questions and get personal hair and skin coaching as well!
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Only Belegenza, Alan & Cheryl!
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Alan & Cheryl
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