| 09 Oct 2023

What are the latest skincare trends for pregnant women?

Pregnancy is a unique period in a woman's life, during which the body undergoes many changes. In this context, it is essential to adopt specific skincare products to ensure the well-being of both mother and baby. Here are three trendy skincare products perfectly suited to pregnant women:

What are the latest skincare trends for pregnant women?


Pressotherapy is a therapeutic method that uses air pressure to improve blood and lymph circulation. Special boots or sleeves are placed on the legs and sometimes the arms, and sequentially filled with air, exerting gentle pressure on the limbs. Because of its many benefits, pressotherapy is an excellent technique for pregnant women wishing to improve circulation and reduce swelling.


  1. Relieves back pain and heavy legs.
  2. Improves blood circulation
  3. Deep relaxation and stress relief.

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Soin hydratant anti-vergetures

An anti-stretch mark moisturizing cream with a rich, nourishing formulation is ideal for meeting the needs of skin undergoing transformation. Composed of natural ingredients such as shea butter, sweet almond oil and argan oil, a cream of this type offers deep hydration while reinforcing skin elasticity. Its creamy texture is easily absorbed without leaving a greasy film, making daily application a pleasure. Good if your cream is free from strong fragrances or harsh chemicals, guaranteeing safe use for both mother and baby.


  1. Prevent and reduce the appearance of stretch marks.
  2. Nourishes and moisturizes the skin, leaving it soft and supple.
  3. Reinforces skin elasticity.

Electromesotherapy for stretch marks

Electro-mesotherapy is a non-invasive technique that uses micro-currents to facilitate the transdermal absorption of specific active ingredients. In the case of stretch marks, solutions rich in collagen, elastin and other repairing active ingredients are introduced into the skin to stimulate cell regeneration and improve the appearance of stretch marks. This method combines the benefits of traditional mesotherapy without the use of needles. Used with an ultra-concentrated moisturizing serum, you can offer a treatment with immediate and long-lasting results.


  1. Significant improvement in the appearance of stretch marks, making them less visible.
  2. Stimulates collagen and elastin production, reinforcing skin structure.
  3. Cell regeneration for smoother, more even skin.

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Active ingredients for pregnant women

It's vital to nourish and moisturize your skin during pregnancy to help it adapt to the changes it undergoes. When it comes to skin care for pregnant women, certain ingredients are essential:

  1. Natural oils: Oils such as sweet almond oil, coconut oil and avocado oil are rich in vitamins and essential fatty acids. These oils are ideal for pregnant women thanks to their moisturizing properties, improving skin elasticity and preventing stretch marks. Find out more about the importance of creams rich in active ingredients for the skin (link to rich creams article).
  2. Butters: Shea butter and cocoa butter, for example, are excellent for deeply nourishing the skin. They create a protective barrier that retains moisture, essential for supple, elastic skin. It's the perfect ally to include in your pregnancy care routine.
  3. Vitamins: Vitamin E, frequently found in pregnancy care products, helps strengthen the skin. It helps reduce skin inflammation and strengthen its natural barriers. Vitamin C (link to Vitamin C article), meanwhile, is an excellent antioxidant that helps fight free radical damage.
  4. Hyaluronic acid: Naturally present in our bodies, this acid is a powerful moisturizer that can retain up to 1000 times its weight in water, leaving skin soft and plump. A must-have for pregnant women.

Active ingredients to avoid in skincare products for pregnant women

During pregnancy, it's just as important to know which active ingredients to avoid. Some ingredients in skincare products may not be suitable for pregnant women:

  1. Retinoids: Often used in anti-aging treatments, retinoids can cause birth defects when used in large quantities.
  2. Salicylic and beta-hydroxy acids: Although these acids are effective in treating acne, they should be avoided in skincare routines for pregnant women.
  3. Certain essential oils: While essential oils are natural, not all of them are suitable for pregnant women. Some, like sage, rosemary or jasmine, are known to stimulate uterine contractions.

Conclusion: pamper them during these nine precious months!

Pregnancy is a unique experience, and pregnancy care is essential to help women through this period in the best possible conditions. Whether you're looking for body or facial treatments, beauty advice or a wellness massage, you now have all the tools you need to widen your target audience and meet the expectations of expectant mothers!

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