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If you're pregnant, you're likely bombarded with so many do's and don'ts according to everyone's opinions -- from your great aunt Susie's to your yoga teacher's to your co-worker's. Not to mention that you have to read about how everyone from Gisele to Kourtney Kardashian lost their baby weight in a few short weeks after giving birth and look better than ever post-baby.

With all this noise and static, isn't it refreshing to hear what you can do to make yourself feel and look good? Well, here, our readers who are or were prego, rave about beauty products that support your skin-stretching, gestational journey the most. Not only are these products safe for those expecting, but they help with everything from stretch marks to acne breakouts to dry, itchy skin.

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No. 10: Lush Hair Hennas, $25.95
TotalBeauty.com Average Member Rating: 8.1*

Why it's great: Reviewers love these henna bricks because they provide natural-looking color that doesn't strip their hair. One reviewer says, "I have used both caca rouge and caca marron and love both. I am left with beautiful, rich red color and my thin hair gets a boost of thickness afterward." Another reader says, "I absolutely love it! It is a bit messy, but well worth the effort.... My hair is so much healthier. And it is much cheaper than traditional coloring for the amount you get."

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No. 9: Badger Sunblock for Face and Body, $15.99
TotalBeauty.com Average Member Rating: 8.3*

Why it's great: "This is the best sunblock ever!" says one enthusiastic reader. "It's all-natural, so [there's] nothing scary that can cause physical problems." Other readers love the product because it's oh-so-easy to rub in, unlike many physical sunscreens. "I have tried a few natural sunscreens and this is the best. Many zinc oxide-based sunscreens are incredibly thick and hard to rub on, but not Badger."

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TotalBeauty.com Average Member Rating: 8.5*

Why it's great: The books don't mention that, along with that "pregnancy glow" comes another new facial feature: hormonal acne. One user exclaims, "Pregnancy acne, be gone!" Another reader claims this is the only acne product that worked for her, saying, "I have used every kit for acne out there and when I got pregnant I started using this stuff.... To my surprise, I found something safe for my baby and something that worked." Another reviewer adds, "It smells great and never dried or irritated my skin."

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No. 7: Queen Helene Cocoa Butter Creme, $5.99
TotalBeauty.com Average Member Rating: 8.5*

Why it's great: When it comes to stretch mark creams, the bigger the tub and the creamier the formula, the better, according to our readers. One fan of the product says, "As somebody who has very dry skin and some stretch marks, [I think] this cream is a miracle. I have tried a ton of different cocoa butter brands, but nothing is as good as this. It comes in a [big] tub, it's affordable and you can feel it soaking into your skin."

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If you're pregnant, you're likely bombarded with so many do's and don'ts according to everyone's opinions -- from your great aunt Susie's to your yoga teacher's to your co-worker's. Not to mention that you have to read about how everyone from Gisele to Kourtney Kardashian lost their baby weight in a few short weeks after giving birth and look better than ever post-baby.

With all this noise and static, isn't it refreshing to hear what you can do to make yourself feel and look good? Well, here, our readers who are or were prego, rave about beauty products that support your skin-stretching, gestational journey the most. Not only are these products safe for those expecting, but they help with everything from stretch marks to acne breakouts to dry, itchy skin.

Image via Imaxtree
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