ORLANDO, Fla., March 20, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- It is very common for women to experience acne during pregnancy.
"I think women today are much more conscientious regarding not only the benefits, but also the importance of safe pregnancy skin care, especially when treating acne," says Gina Gordy, President and Founder of Pretty Mommies.
Pretty Mommies has made quite the name for themselves in recent years in the pregnancy skin care market. They've received glowing reviews from customers and physicians alike earning them a spot as one the most top-rated pregnancy skin care lines available.
Gordy explains, "When physicians are recommending a product to their patients, it must deliver measurable results and for this specific market [pregnancy and nursing], the products have to be safe." It is why Pretty Mommies chose an all-natural, vegan, gluten-free and estrogenic-free product line. Their approach was to keep their products simple but effective - pH balanced, clean and free from any harmful toxins.
Gordy continues, "It's concerning how many other skin care lines claim to be pregnancy safe, but they use ingredients like oxybenzone that affect estrogen levels. They also use retinols which are contraindicated during pregnancy. What's more puzzling is why ingredients like these would be used at all when there are natural and more effective alternatives." She urges people to check the labels on all products and thoroughly read the list of ingredients. During this special time women should take every precaution they can to ensure a healthy pregnancy and healthy baby.
Pretty Mommies is the #1 Physician Recommended Pregnancy Skin Care Line. To learn more about their products, view photos and read testimonials visit https://prettymommies.com.
SOURCE Pretty Mommies LLC
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