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Cruelty-Free and VeganWe NEVER test on Animals. At Deux Derme we are vehemently against the inhumane treatment of animals, and believe that successful quality control testing can be done utilizing the latest in laboratory technology. All of our products are Cruelty-Free and Vegan.
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No Harmful ChemicalsOur Pregnancy-Friendly products DO NOT contain any known high-risk ingredients for pregnant mothers such as Parabens, Phthalates, Salicylic Acid, Retinoids, Formaldehyde, Hydroquinone, Diethanolamine (DEA), Dihydroxyacetone (DHA), Benzoyl Peroxide, or Hyaluronic Acid.
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Designed for PregnancyPregnancy is one of the most enjoyable periods in a parent's life. We want to make sure you don't have to worry about your skincare. With all of the other concerns and issues that may arise, Deux Derme users can sleep well at night knowing they only use the best for their skincare.
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Plant-Derived IngredientsOur scientific formulations contain a proprietary variety of plant-derived extracts and oils. The Deux Derme team works tirelessly to find the best plant extracts, antioxidants, vitamins and organic compounds on the globe.
These are generally one of the most concerning things that pregnant moms worry about regarding their appearance. Stretch marks typically appear in the second trimester of pregnancy—between 13 and 21 weeks—but can develop at any time between conception and delivery. They usually appear as red or pink lines on breasts, stomach, arms, thighs, and hips.
More than 50% of all women can get stretch marks while pregnant, so concerns are justified. Stretch marks do not go away on their own, so for many women, getting stretch marks means a lifetime of trying to hide them from others.
"I would say that it is important to start stretch marks prevention as soon as a woman finds out that she is pregnant." Dr. Daria Minina, MD - University of Ulyanovsk, Russia
During pregnancy, hormonal changes in the body may trigger a stimulation of melanin resulting in existing dark spots on the face becoming darker, or new blotchy areas on the skin emerging (commonly called Mask of Pregnancy, but officially known as chloasma or melama gravidarum). Age and dark spots on the face are typically a result of exposure to the sun’s UV light, and the body’s production of Melanin comes as a result (Melanin is a pigment our body releases that gives color to hair, skin, eyes, etc.).
Pregnancy places an increased risk to developing these spots.
Most women struggle with unwanted weight gain during their pregnancy. Although gaining weight is usually normal and healthy for baby, there can be some ancillary effects that are undesirable. Cellulite is one of them. Cellulite forms when fat pockets collect under the skin. It gives a dimpling effect that leaves the skin surface appearing bumpy.
Hormonal changes, the increase in estrogen, and excess water retention can all lead to increased risk of celluite during pregnancy.