Pregnancy Swollen Feet Treatment

Pregnancy Swollen Feet Treatment

Pregnancy Swollen Feet Treatment

It seems as if everything is bigger for you, these days: from your bump to your breasts; your mane to your hips. And while there are ways to rock your more voluptuous bod, it’s a little harder to make your swollen feet and ankles cute. In fact, the condition can be downright debilitating.

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The best gift for pregnant women to enjoy. Before the itchiness of a growing belly even begins, make sure she's equipped with a soothing, vegan cream.

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Pregnancy Swollen Feet Treatment

It seems as if everything is bigger for you, these days: from your bump to your breasts; your mane to your hips. And while there are ways to rock your more voluptuous bod, it’s a little harder to make your swollen feet and ankles cute. In fact, the condition can be downright debilitating.

If you’re suffering from edema, the swelling of feet and legs due to fluid retention, it’s normal to feel knocked off your game. Usually striking expectant mothers after 22 weeks, having swollen clown feet can cause restless nights, annoyance and major discomfort. That’s why we recommend moms reach for a comforting leg gel for their swollen ankles pregnancy treatment. As a topical lotion, look for naturally calming ingredients like aloe and cucumber to help relieve inflammation.

To increase its effectiveness of pregnancy swollen feet relief, The Spoiled Mama includes spirulina to our leg gel, a blue-green algae rich in gamma linolenic acid (GLA), an essential fatty acid that helps calms inflammation.

Like our tummy butter and pregnancy oil, The Spoiled Mama’s Happy Legs treatment is 100% safe for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. Since edema is known to affect postpartum mothers, it is perfect to use during your postpartum skin care routine as well.

For maximum relief, combine leg gel with light exercise, elevate those gams and avoid restrictive socks or stockings.