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Hair treats According to trichologist Glenn Lyons of the Philip Kingsley Clinic: 'It's safe to keep up blonde highlights during pregnancy; peroxide is fine.' | Don't panic if hair seems to be coming out fast - it is only hair that wasn't shed pre-birth (natural hair loss stops during pregnancy). Steady nerves with Kerastase's Volume Plumper Ritual, from £10 (0800 316 4400), with your blow-dry, to boost hair for up to a month. Viviscal Hair Supplements (above), £49.95 for 60 (, are also impressive.

reats I Yeotown's four-day Devon-based Yeotility yoga retreats include t'ai chi, acupuncture and hypnotherapy for a natural way to boost fertility. From £1,808 full board ( \e Mother-Baby programme at the Evian Royal Resort, on Lake Geneva in France, mixes mother-and-baby treats with special stress-relieving therapies for you. Three nights, from about £1,660 half board for one adult and one baby (


Theno-toxBotox I 'You cannot have Botox, filler or anything like that when pregnant or breastfeeding,' says skin expert Dr Jean-Louis Sebagh. Forget Botox-like creams, and invest in a good hydrator, such as Keraskin's Aqua-Lipidium Masque, £31, or dab on a superficial line-filler like Sisley's clever Instant Perfect, £38.15. El«3 Dermalogica's MicroZone Facial, £20, works wonders in 20 minutes. The more tired you are, the drier your skin gets, so try Clarins Moisture Replenisher Facial, from £63 for 80 minutes, or Aromatherapy Associates' pampering Essential Rose Renew Facial, from £75 for 90 minutes, with rose-rich oils and creams to treat dry skin and lift your mood.

Stretch marks 'Don't wait for stretch marks tc appear - start using a cream the mo~;~ you know you're pregnant,' says Noe_: Gabriel at Elemis. 'Focus on below it bump, bikini line, lower back and h:r; says Claire Bush of Mama Mio. Try these recommendations: Clarins Tonic or Anti-Eau Body Treatment Oil, £•?:!': each; The Organic Pharmacy Stretch Oil, £17.50 (0844 800 8399); and Elen» Japanese Camellia Oil, £27.60. Q^Q 'If you need to treat stretch man I suggest vascular lasers, or, if they're silvery, the Fraxel laser - both stiirr_z:new collagen. A prescription-strength Retin-A cream can also help significai^ says dermatologist Dr Nick Lowe.

Skin solutions | A big problem during pregnancy is pigmentation,' says Dr Sebagh, so start early with Clinique's Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector, £38. 'Using sunblock daily and peels twice a week will also make a difference.' Try Shu Uemura UV Underbase Mousse, £30 (it doubles as a radiance booster), and Dr Sebagh Deep Exfoliating Sensitive Mask, £59. IJEHSB The post-birth drop in hormone levels leaves skin seriously dry, so use a good hydrating face mask - Givenchy Hydra Sparkling Luminescence Moisturizing Mask, £30, works in just five minutes. -.tor Sebagi1'




/ ESDI Mothers swear by _ f Bishop's Move Your Bump personal training in London, with r.u~ advice and massage therapists on hir From £55'for a one-hour session (

Q]^2[ Work out with your baby •=: •_ Buggy Bootcamp - an hour of high-, post-natal exercise for all fitness lev £5 nationwide (www.buggy-bootcan::

EH Choose specific pre-natal multi-vitamin and mineral supplements 'toplug am nutritionalgap whenyoure pregnant', says nutritionistAmanda Ursell. 7/y ZHAll VITAL ESSENCE i, 2 AND 3 SUPPLEMENTS^ each trimester, £25 (www.zitawest.comj. ESS Thosefirstfew weeks can take their toll emotionally and physically/says MOTQ Marrone.Jounaer of the Orqanic Pharmacy Taken daily; KALI PHOS 6c is agreai homoeopathic "nerve tonic m help you through'£8.50 (wuw.theorganicpharmac\::" 200 | HARPER'S BAZAAR | April2011

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