Would You Get a Belly Facial?


belly bump facialI have a ritual for my belly bump. I use Earth Mama Angel Baby Stretch Oil in the morning and at night and it not only keeps my skin hydrated and stops any itching, but it's like a bonding time for me and my twins, who are now 22 weeks in the womb!

But there is a new service that pregnant women in the Northwest are enjoying -- it's called the Mom-2-Be Belly Bump Facial and Ugly Betty's Ana Ortiz is a fan, according to Glamour magazine.

Decleor, a French skincare line, created the belly facial for MTM Luxury Lodging hotel spas using all natural products designed to cleanse, exfoliate, and hydrate baby bumps to help prevent stretch marks. The cost? $75 for a half hour.

Hmm.... The writer for Glamour wasn't sure how she would feel about a belly massage when pregnant for a half hour and I have to agree. Don't think this is for me, even if it was $20. I'd rather pay for a back massage and take care of my belly myself.

What do you think of the belly bump facial? Would you get one?

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spicy... spicymomma

At Eternal Maternal, we think a belly facial is the PERFECT treat for expecting mommas!  Like Decleor, we created our belly facial with all natural ingredients to keep your blossoming belly beautiful.  Oatmeal for the itchies, coconut milk as a mild exfoliant, honey powder to aide in hydration, and our special blend of essential oils to keep your skin soft and smooth.

The kit comes with enough product for 3 applications, an application brush and easy to follow instructions.  It can be purchased directly from our website at www.eternalmaternal.com for only $23, too!  Not bad for three applications!  Plus, you can do it in the privacy of your own home! 

rozepyle rozepyle

holy mother freaking advertising

Joyan... JoyandLove

No I think it is very unnecessary.

tippy... tippymorgan08

I have had one of these before and I though I don't think it's something that is an every week necessity as is often stated, I think it's not "unncecessary" as someone has stated. A local salon/spa here where I live does them, and they are much more than "belly facials", but belly massages simultaneously. The salon here also does leg and foot massages with your tummy facial. Again, not something I do frequently, but when I do it, it's definitely worth it to be relaxed, and massages are recommended during pregnancy.

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