It's every woman's dream to get married and bear children. Children are said to be a gift from God. As we all know, before a woman gives birth, she must undergo pregnancy for nine good months. In as much as pregnancy bestows on a woman's body all sorts of changes, it still remains adored by most women.
Some of the changes that the woman's body goes through are enlarged breasts and belly. The expansion in the belly is as a result of the baby growing in the uterus. This process sometimes causes stretch marks on the front and sides of the belly of the pregnant woman. Sometimes they itch making the woman feel uncomfortable. The good news is that you can prevent those stretch marks with aloe vera and coconut oil.
Aloe vera helps boost the production of collagen in the body. Collagen is the protein that tightens the skin and reduces wrinkling.
Coconut oil is known for its moisturizing properties that helps in lubricating the skin and preventing it from dryness. To prevent stretch marks on the belly during pregnancy, cut the leaf of aloe vera and fetch the gel therein.
Mix the aloe vera gel with an equal quantity of the coconut oil thoroughly and put in an airtight jar. Apply a considerable quantity of the mixture on your belly two times daily. This process can also help in fading stretch marks.
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