Children are, by no doubt, little bundles of boundless joy. We forget the pains and hardships of labour, the moment we hear their first cry. No stretch mark bothers us when we see them smile. Entire day is being spent to look after them and before we know it they will grow up and will be ready for school. It is only then that you look at yourself and realise the changes that has come to your body. Your body is no longer the same. You have indeed carried another life within you for certain months and have delivered it as well. Pregnancy surely does take its toll on your body. However, it is never too late to treat yourself and gain your body back.
Though the pre-natal vitamins might have supplied your body with certain nutrients, it will not do any good to your stretched skin. Our skin sure has been stressed, made thinner and dull. After delivery, most women are likely to put on weight. You will be desperate to get rid of those jiggling thighs and pouch-like tummy.
Other than a sensible diet and a regular exercise regimen, breast augmentation and breast lift treatments will help you to improve your body image. Such steps will help you to overcome the havocs that labour has wrecked on the body.
Enhanced intake of Vitamin K will effectively control dark circles, which have looped around your eyes due to pregnancy-related tension and sleep deprivation. It is wise to continue the intake of multivitamins even after the prescribed period. This will help the mother’s body to function smoothly. Through steaming, you can easily make your skin relax and free it from the pangs of stress. It is ideal to steam daily for about twenty minutes. Stretch marks are another constant reminders of our tough labour time. It is found that applying pure cocoa butter directly on the discoloured part will make the marks fade away eventually.