Being a mother is very a tough job. It is a twentyfour hours a day, seven days a week job that would require lots of your time, energy leaving just a few for yourself. As mothers keep themselves busy taking good care of their kids, husband, juggling from one chore to another, mothers tend to forget to take care of another very important thing… their very own self.
A mother’s body has undergone many changes during pregnancy and even after. One common problem that mothers share are stretch marks.
Every mother deserves only the greatest care. It is the very reason why Mederma® Stretch Marks Therapy established MederMom – an advocacy campaign that aims to build a community in support of moms. MederMom encourages mothers to support and care for other mothers who may have limited access to maternal care.
Expectant mothers are facing challenging situations. No matter the challenges of pregnancy though, they will always put the care of their families first. In turn, MederMom can give them the care that they need during this delicate period in order to make their journey towards motherhood a Belly Beautiful one.
As part of this advocacy, Mederma® Stretch Marks Therapy, together with Philippine Obstetrical and Gynecological Society (POGS), dedicated a special run for MederMoms last November 21 at Camp Aguinaldo. I love running, specially when I run for a cause. And just recently, I ran at the POGS Run 2015 in support for the MederMoms.
Mederma® and POGS will continue to work hand in hand in introducing workshops and programs that will support access to maternal care in the country.
Mederma® has taken expectant moms all over the world to a belly beautiful journey. Carefully formulated with Onion Extract, Centella Asiatica and Hyaluronic Acid, it’s clinically proven to have a triple restore action that softens, smoothens and replenishes skin in as early as two weeks of regular use.
Let us support Mederma® Stretch Marks Therapy advocacy, the MederMom, and help the underprivilege mothers so that they can have and get the gift of maternal health.
Know more about how moms can care for other moms. Visit www.facebook.com/MederMOM