Maternity Skin Care Products and Services Now Becoming Increasingly Popular with Dermatologists and Cosmetic Physicians

Many physicians that treat the skin and provide skin care products to their patients are beginning to offer specifically designed programs to pregnant and nursing women. Dermatologist, Dr. Matthew Flynn of Family Dermatology in Raleigh, NC, realizes the importance of safe and effective maternity skin care. He recently comments on why he is one of the first physicians in his area to offer the maternity skin care line Pretty Mommies and feature pregnancy specific treatments in his practice.

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(PRWEB) November 14, 2012

There are many industries that have recognized a need to offer a specialized service to pregnant women. It is important to make sure that expecting women are receiving customized programs to ensure a safe and healthy pregnancy. Whether it is prenatal massages, pregnancy yoga and pilates or custom pregnancy diet plans, various businesses and industry leaders are making sure that they have something to provide to this highly conscientious consumer.

Skin care specialist such as dermatologist and aesthetic practices are now becoming engaged in the pregnancy market. They have an increasing number of women that are aware of the fact that certain common skin care products are now off limits during gestation and while nursing, due to potential dangers associated with them. Therefore, patients frequently ask their physicians about the safety of the cosmetic products that they are using.

Some innovative and responsible physicians’ offices are taking the approach to not only offer personalized pregnancy skin care products and services but also are highly committed to educating their patients on safe ingredients and best practices.

“Pregnancy puts many of our patients in a “catch 22” situation. The hormonal changes associated with pregnancy and breastfeeding can bring not only a glow, but acne and skin discoloration,” explains Dr. Flynn of Family Dermatology in Raleigh NC. “We frequently see women that want to address these issues, but without any potential risk to their child. This is why we decided to provide specialized treatments and skin care that offer worry-free management of their skin's needs.”

“It is not surprising to see dermatologist and cosmetic doctors cater to pregnant and nursing women. After all it is an incredibly important and very large market,” says Gina Zeiger, President and Founder of Pretty Mommies Skin Care, one of the country’s leading pregnancy skin care lines. “Since the inception of Pretty Mommies earlier this year we have seen tremendous growth from dermatologist, plastic surgeons and medical spas throughout the US. In fact, I believe within the next couple of years it will be industry standard for physicians that specialize in treating the skin to offer their patients a maternity skin care line.”

A good skin care regimen is important to many people that want to maintain a healthy complexion and protect themselves against environmental factors such as sun exposure. A safe skin care regimen for expecting women becomes not only important but necessary from them and their baby.

The knowledge surrounding pregnancy safety is always expanding. It began with changes in diet and lifestyle, rest, exercise and has now evolved into skin care. It is exciting and comforting to know that as more information is discovered that pertains to a healthy pregnancy that healthcare providers and companies are working together to inform and to provide solutions to their patients and customers.

Pretty Mommies Skin Care formulates and distributes maternity skin care products to dermatologist, plastic surgeons, medical spas and other physicians throughout the United States. They are in the process of expanding their business internationally. To learn more about Pretty Mommies and to find a physician near you please visit http://www.prettymommies.com.