Maternity Skin Care

Maternity skin care is our focus here at Robelyn Labs. We are constantly looking for new and better ways to address the skin care concerns of mothers and mothers-to-be. In addition to providing the best maternity skin care products, we also like to provide our customers (and our blog readers) with interesting information, personal experiences, and trends within the maternity skin care industry.


Pregnancy Hot Flashes
By: Tracy Hughes / 3933 Comments

Pregnancy Hot Flashes

Hot flashes during pregnancy occur for the exact same reason they occur during menopause: Fluctuating hormone levels (mainly estrogen). During pregnancy, hormones are soaring and causing a myriad of changes in your body; it’s not surprising that a majority of expectant mothers experience hot flashes/hormonal surges.

Taking Care of Your Skin While Pregnant
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Taking Care of Your Skin While Pregnant

While it is true that some women have a glowing look while they are pregnant, many women deal with different types of skin problems. If these skin problems are not properly dealt with, many times, this can lead to permanent stretch marks and/or other types of issues.

Pregnancy symptoms you should never ignore
By: Elaine Swires / 11 Comments

Pregnancy symptoms you should never ignore

We read about all the ways pregnancy changes our bodies, and the aches, pains, and discomforts that go along with it. But there are certain pregnancy symptoms that can be dangerous - for both you and your baby. Here are some of the symptoms that should never be overlooked.

The lasting effects of pregnancy on your body
By: Serena Jones / 11 Comments

The lasting effects of pregnancy on your body

All humans grow, but a woman’s body transforms the most during her lifetime. From puberty to pregnancy to motherhood to menopause, our bodies change significantly. Most changes happen gradually over a number of years; however, pregnancy into motherhood is a rapid change for our bodies, and probably the most dramatic. Pregnancy is a temporary function - the increased blood flow, fluxing hormones, and weight gain are not necessarily permanent. However, our bodies also will never 100% return to our pre-pregnancy state - mostly because our bodies adjust to their new job... motherhood.

Why is my pregnant belly so itchy?
By: Serena Jones / 12 Comments

Why is my pregnant belly so itchy?

After the first trimester of pregnancy, your skin will really start expanding. When skin expands and stretches, it gets itchy. And it likely won’t just be your belly that is expanding – your breasts, butt, legs, and other parts of your body may be expanding too.

When are varicose veins a cause for concern?
By: Tracy Hughes / 11 Comments

When are varicose veins a cause for concern?

While most people see varicose veins and/or spider veins as merely a cosmetic problem, it’s important to realize that varicose veins can be an indicator of a potentially major health problem.

Promoting a positive body image post-pregnancy
By: Elaine Swires / 13 Comments

Promoting a positive body image post-pregnancy

When I was a kid, I don’t really remember my mom – or any of my friends’ moms – commenting about “baby weight.” Sure, every so often there was an off-handed comment about an extra few pounds that they hadn’t shed after the baby was born. But it was rarely mentioned – especially compared to today.

Why choose advanced maternity skin care?
By: Serena Jones / 11 Comments

Why choose advanced maternity skin care?

Robelyn Labs takes great pride in both the safety and effectiveness of our products. We do our research, and work with our chemists to provide our clients with a product that they can trust. Safe and effective are the criteria for our skin care formulations.

Adjusting your skin care routine during pregnancy
By: Elaine Swires / 13 Comments

Adjusting your skin care routine during pregnancy

​When you’re pregnant, you become much more conscious of what you are putting in your body. You try to eat healthier, and you avoid things like caffeine and alcohol that can be harmful to the baby. For some women, the idea of adjusting their skin care routine during pregnancy doesn’t even factor in. But it should.