My Pregnancy Skincare Routine

Skin tends to freak out as the pregnancy hormones start to kick in. On top of that, add the post-summer, pre-fall seasonal changes. Taking care of your skin while pregnant is nothing short of a challenge, a fun challenge that’s pushed me to discover new clean skincare lines as well as fun effective DIY face masks. I’m still working with brightening products, hydrating masks, and serums that enhance that pregnancy glow. All natural, of course. 
When it comes to skincare I believe that less is more, so I’m sharing a mix of tried-and-true products I swear by. I will share new skincare additions as I move into the fourth trimester, so stay tuned. xx


I love my masks and I always focus on brightening ones to help with post-summer damage and pregnancy melasma. They both leave my skin bright and glowy. 

Gua Sha 

Once face serum is applied, it’s gua sha time, a skin self-care ritual you all know I adore. Gua Sha helps ingredients penetrate deeper into the skin and this gua sha makes me feel calm and peaceful while sculpting and de-puffing my face. 

Face and Neck Serum

This ultra-calming blend of hydrating and soothing seed oils to nourish the skin, prevents redness and acts as a natural brightener. I use this serum form gua sha facial & neck massage. 

Hydrating Facial Mist

My favorite way to refresh and hydrate my skin is by spraying a rose water mist. Organic rose water elevates your vibration and enhances your skin’s natural glow. I spray it in the morning, after my workouts, and throughout the day when I need a reset. This new 2oz presentation makes it easy to bring it with you everywhere. 


I don’t normally go for the all-natural sunscreen, except when im pregnant. I did some research and came across this natural SPF 30 filled with beauty-boosting antioxidants and non-nano zinc oxide. 


Since the beginning of my pregnancy I’ve done a monthly hydra facial to maintain my skin exfoliated, hydrated, and plump. This type of facial is pregnancy safe if you remove chemicals like salicylic acid. Consult with your dermatologist prior to booking your next appointment.

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