I am a mother of three beautiful children. I am also of mixed race, which I have been told is a common denominator for the mask of pregnancy. Dark spots show up more often in those with a darkish skin tone. That doesn't mean you fair skin ladies will not have an issue. During my first two pregnancies, I had no issues with the mask of pregnancy. Both of those pregnancies were boys. My 3rd pregnancy however was a little girl. I will admit it; I am a sunoholic! I crave being outdoors—I love the lake, and I lay out frequently. This is part of my problem. See, when I was pregnant, we went to the lake a lot. I always wore sunscreen and applied extra to my belly. I made sure my stomach stayed in the sun for only a short amount of time. However, I did not do the same for my face. About midway through my pregnancy, as Fall approached, I started noticing some mild discoloring above my lips, on the tip of my nose, and on my cheeks. At this time, it was nothing too noticeable, and I assumed it would go away once I gave birth. Boy was I wrong. By the time I had my baby girl, I had what looked like a Hitler dirt spot above my lips. I didn't want to pose in pictures if I thought they would take it to social media. I didn't want to look so horrible in such memorable pictures. So I stuck to staying behind the camera as much as possible. I was a breastfeeding mom, so I had to stay away from all things chemical for the first year after I gave birth. This doesn't mean I couldn't fight the mask. Here are just a few ways you can fight the mask of pregnancy or dark spots, also! I started my search when my daughter was about three months old. I needed to find something that was safe for breastfeeding. I found a few, but I also found some for after breastfeeding was done. I am at week 5 of this process now and think I will soon get to stop. My dark spots above my mouth is almost completely gone! My dark spots that were on my cheeks and nose are gone completely! I use vinegar nightly to wash my face. I use Avon...
Having the mask of pregnancy is not fun. It's hard to get rid of and can make you insecure while you have it. Here are a few ways to fight dark. Read a dermatologist's tips for how to get rid of hyperpigmentation as overproduction of melanin that causes the 'mask of pregnancy' on the. I got this badly during my second pregnancy and became pretty desperate trying to figure out a way to get rid of this unwelcome mask of. If you're pregnant, on birth control pills or spend a lot of time in the heat or sun, a series of large brown spots on your face that are tricky to get rid of. which may have jagged borders, and can look like a map, a mask, or that. I have brown patches on my face like the pregnancy mask I had so many years ago. How can I make it go away? Also I have bags under my eyes and wrinkles.
The Mask of Pregnancy! - JenellBStewart