My skin is really spotty. Why?

Yet again blame your hormones! These cause changes in your skin similar to puberty, with increased sebum production. It is usually most noticible in the first trimster, but settles at the same time that the sickness and other symptoms do. Use skin products in the normal way, but you must avoid using anti-acne preparations (especially ones that were prescribed by your doctor when you weren''t pregnant) as most cannot be used in pregnancy. You may also notice if your breasts become large enough to rest on your tummy or chest that the skin underneath can become chaffed, especially in warm weather. Try to keep the areas dry and sweat free.
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