Stretch Mark Prevention

At the moment, I am writing this from my 32nd week of pregnancy. My first pregnancy. There are lots of new things that happen in pregnancy. One thing that most women are concerned about is stretch marks. Mostly because those are battle scars that stay with you, long after the heartburn or morning sickness go away.

32 weeks

When I got the opportunity to receive products from Reviva Lab, I was especially excited when I saw they had an Expectant Mama line.  I picked out 2 products to try out and share my experience with you.

I have been using both of these for the last few weeks and so far, I LOVE them both. Now, the true test will come after we meet this little guy. Right now, I just have to use these daily and report back later. From what I hear, the stretch marks may come after delivery.


I have been using this lotion after I get out of the shower each day. It is nice and think enough to spread nicely. I have been using it from my chest, down my belly and across my hips.

belly butterI havent been too itchy. But the times that I have felt the itch, (I guess that is when the skin is stretching), it seems to be at night. So I would apply this over my belly before bed. That seemed to instantly soothe the skin and relax me enough to rest easily.

Our little boy is due to arrive sometime around May 11th. Hopefully he will be here in time for me to celebrate my first Mother’s Day with my new baby. Right after that, I will report back on my stretch mark progress. So far, I don’t seem to have any!

Thanks Reviva Labs for sending these products for me to try! I think every pregnant lady needs to try these and I will be using them again, if I am pregnant a second time.


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Emily Hudspeth

Who is Emily Hudspeth? Professional Stylist, Airbrush Makeup Artist, and Beauty Blogger….just to start. I am an all around girl’s girl who is totally addicted to all things beauty related. It is my mission to find the best of the best and share it with you. You can hire me for events, commercial production, photo shoots and image consulting. Want to stay connected? Come on, join the club! Follow me on Twitter and “like” my Facebook page and follow me on Pinterest and Subscribe to my YouTube channel. Thanks and stay tuned for more tips from Emily Hudspeth, hair and makeup. Leave comments to let me know what you want to see more of.

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