Here is to being Mammalicious

Moms-to-be have a lot to worry about. There’s their own health and that of their baby’s to look out for, apart from dealing daily with the several changes that continually take place physically and psychologically.

Published: 23rd October 2013 08:42 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd October 2013 08:42 AM   |  A+A-

Moms-to-be have a lot to worry about. There’s their own health and that of their baby’s to look out for, apart from dealing daily with the several changes that continually take place physically and psychologically. In all this, personal grooming takes a backseat and as a result, what stares back at expecting women through the mirror doesn’t quite feel like themselves.

This is when some TLC goes a long way. For those who have the luxury to indulge in spa treatments or visits to the parlour, the magic helps. The Cradle, a birthing centre from Apollo Hospitals, offered pregnant women a makeover session. The ‘Mommy Makeover’ session was organised on October 19 and 20, in association with Lakme Salon at the Jayanagar centre of The Cradle.

As a woman embraces motherhood, she embarks on a journey of a lifetime. The session introduced participants to a complete skin and hair-care regimen. Spouses and family members also attended the event.

Speaking on the occasion, Neeraj Garg, chief executive officer, Apollo Health and Lifestyle said, “Pregnancy and child-birth are two of the most beautiful phases in a woman’s life and we hope that all the ladies present had a blissful experience.”

With more than six months to go for her due date,  Moorthy said, “I have had a hard time coping with my looks, since pregnancy has made my body undergo changes almost every day. Now, I am now ready to face the next few months of my pregnancy in style.”

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