Will Stretch Marks Become Trendy Along with Baby Bumps? Don’t Count On It

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The Hollywood baby boom is bringing many aspects of pregnancy to the forefront of celebrity gossip magazines, but you can bet that the inevitable stretch mark isn't one of them.

If you’ve been even half-heartedly keeping up with your celebrity gossip lately, you know what the latest trend in young Hollywood is. That’s right; the latest accessory for the beautiful women of Hollywood is a baby bump.

With starlets like Angelina Jolie, Gwen Stefani, and Britney Spears being photographed looking beautiful and glowing in all their expectant glory, young women everywhere are following suit. Thus, the “hot mom” trend has exploded across America, and it’s now not uncommon to see pregnant women showing off their growing bellies in midriff tops and being proud of their looks.

However, one must wonder whether the celebrity gossip magazines will be raving about how cute Gwen and Angelina’s stretch marks are. Stretch marks are an inevitable evil of pregnancy, striking half of all pregnant women, according to Babycenter.com. Undoubtedly, that topic will be glazed over in the magazines, leaving new moms depressed over their own stretch marks.

Selmedica Healthcare, a company based in Memphis, Tennessee, recognizes the need for new mothers to feel as beautiful as they did before and during their pregnancy. That’s why they developed Livadone, an all-natural dietary supplement designed to quickly fade stretch marks, says a company spokesman.

The spokesman says that Livadone uses the power of herbs to reduce the appearance of stretch marks by going straight to the source of the problem by working from the inside out.

For more information about stretch marks, please visit http://www.livadone.com.


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