Maheem11 created a new topic ' Stretch Marks Remedies' in the forum. 4 years ago

Hey moms,

Am a new mother...and i like to wear sarees but thanks to stretch marks :( :( I feel saree does not suit me. Any remedies for stretch marks? Is bio oil good? coconut oil? Anything that moms here have tried?

pls hlp

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Maheem11 replied to the topic 'Is henna safe for use during pregnancy?' in the forum. 4 years ago

I think you can get natural heena from organic stores. Try Jayanagar 4th block market otherwise.

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Maheem11 replied to the topic 'Is henna safe for use during pregnancy?' in the forum. 4 years ago

There are various varieties of henna and henna tattoos available in the market. Some of these packaged henna brands contain chemicals that give you dark color, hence when you are pregnant it is best you avoid packaged henna and opt for natural home-made henna paste. Natural henna, derived from the plant itself and free from any chemicals is considered harmless in pregnancy. Black henna is also gaining a lot of popularity recently but it can be very harmful to you and the baby. Black henna contains a dye called para-phenylenediamine, that can cause severe allergic reactions along with blisters, sores, permanent scarring and you may even develop extra sensitivity towards sunlight.

Yes, you can use henna for you hair, but only natural. It is natural herb and gives ample color to your hair. It will keep your scalp cool and healthy and color the hair without damaging it. The color will not strip off the natural oils but will nourish it from within. The only drawback of using henna as a hair color is that you don’t have plenty of options to pick your favorite color. Also you need to keep it in your hair for a good 3-4 hours for the color to transfer.

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Maheem11 created a new topic ' Breastfeeding pains and dicomfort' in the forum. 5 years ago

What are the pains and discomfort one can come across during breastfeeding?

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