Stretch marks, acne and baby make three? Test what you know about your skin during pregnancy.
True. Pregnancy hormones can make long-term changes to your skin, some permanent.
Melasma is a common skin discoloration that happens when estrogen and progesteron levels change during pregnancy. Women who are taking birth control pills or hormone replacement therapy can also develop melasma.
Weight gain, hormonal changes and that growing belly could all leave a woman with stretch marks after her pregnancy.
Pemphigoid gestationis is a rare autoimmune disease that emerges during pregnancy, and dark splotches on the stomach are an early indicator of the problem.
Up to 90 percent of women find they have stretch marks after pregnancy.
No. Sorry all you moms out there -- stretch marks may fade witih time, but it's rare for them to completely disappear.
The most common spots for stretch marks to occur during pregnancy are on the stomach, chest, arms and thighs.
Some women develop pruritic urticarial papules and plaques of pregnancy, or PUPPP, during the end of pregnancy.
Hyperpigmentation is caused by an increase in melanin in your skin, which makes your skin darken.
True. The hormonal changes that happen during pregnancy can significantly change your skin type. Sometimes it's temporary, but sometimes this becomes your new skin type.