Whether you’re a first-time mother or a mum of four, every pregnancy journey will be different. Join us on 12 August for an info-packed session with specialists who will give you tips that should smooth your journey to motherhood.
Date: 12 August 2017
Time: 2pm to 5pm
Venue: Orchard Hotel Singapore (442 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238879)
Registration Fee: $30 for individuals, $50 for couples.
For every ticket purchase, receive a Clarins essentials set worth $61!
This seminar is suitable for expectant women.
Topic 1: Nutrition for the mum-to-be
Synopsis: A healthy pregnancy starts with you! Your body goes through numerous physical and hormonal changes during pregnancy and what you eat during this time will affect your health and your baby’s development. Know what’s good, what’s not, and how proper nutrition can boost your baby’s growth and development.
Topic 2: Pregnancy skincare issues
Synopsis: Hormonal changes during pregnancy can cause a variety of skin problems such as acne and rashes. You also want to avoid using products containing benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, or any retinoids as these aren’t safe for pregnant women. Our experts will offer tips on treating pregnancy skin problems and ways to get your skin glowing!
Topic 3: Common newborn illnesses to look out for
Synopsis: Bringing a newborn home from the hospital is both exciting and nerve-wracking, especially for first-time mums. Are you familiar with common newborn ailments? For instance, how do you tell that your baby has a fever? Do you know how to take his temperature? What about ways to bring it down? A paediatrician has these details, so you’ll get a head start on better managing your newborn’s illness when it arises.
Topic 4: Breastfeeding tips for new mums
Synopsis: Many women struggle with breastfeeding as nursing is a skill they need to learn. Our experts will not only discuss ways in which you can improve your breastfeeding efforts, but also some of the common challenges faced by nursing mothers.
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