#27 Dealing With Acne?
Pregnancy leads to severe hormonal changes in the body which ultimately leads to excess sebum production or excessive oil on the surface of the skin causing acne. Many women who have had clear skin in their teenage and early 20’s experience acne during their pregnancy.
The increase in androgen hormone causes more production of oil on the surface of the skin causing clogged pores leads to inflammation and frequent breakouts.
Almost half of women get acne during their pregnancy but surprisingly few have with acne-prone skin have reported flawless and glowing skin during their third semester.
The safest thing for you is to plan a trip to a doctor before planning a baby or while being pregnant to counter the side effects of the marks left by acne.