Samantha Mongwe Shares The Secret To Her Flawless Baby Bump

Great tips sis!

By  | Oct 27, 2020, 09:10 PM  | Samantha Mogwe  | Top of The

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Botswana-born media personality, Samantha Mongwe’s recent pregnant had fans gawking at her flawless baby bump, which she showed off many times on her social media account. Prior to giving birthday to her baby girl, Towela on Friday, 11 September 2020, the mother-of-two had no qualms about flaunting her naturally growing belly to her many followers. 

After months of questions, and now that she has finally settled into a routine with her Princess, Samantha took time to reveal that her stomach had stayed stretch-mark free due to a homemade serum that she had made.

Taking to her Instagram story on Tuesday, 27 October 2020, the singer stated, “I have had people asking me what to put on their belly during pregnancy. This is what I used for both pregnancies and I don’t have a single stretch mark on my belly. Please note, it might or might not work as there are other factors to consider such as how much stretching your belly has endured as well as some skin just being prone to stretch marks. But, at least it doesn’t hurt to try.” 

Dubbing it,” The Belly Balm”, her secret concoction comprised three ingredients – Vitamin E-Drops, Organic Coconut Oil and Raw Shea Butter. She went on to explain that expecting mothers should start by applying the balm before the skin starts stretching and to continue applying it to the belly even after giving birth, until the skin returns to normal. Finally, she added that the butter will help with the skins elasticity and encouraged all expecting mothers to try it out. 

The songstress recently took to her social media to show off her postpartum body and let’s just say… her body is already snatched! Taking to Instagram, the star shared 3 frames/pictures - one of herself at the beginning of the year, the second snap was when she was 34 weeks pregnant and the third one is from 12 days after giving birth.
After falling pregnant, it became difficult for Mogwe to stay in shape, plus Covid19 made her fear for the safety of her baby and she stayed home as a result.
 "I stopped going to the gym in March and opted to work out from home and so I didn’t have the physical support of my gym family." She explains. "I felt safer to train from home, being pregnant and quite unsure of COVID19 and what that would mean for me and my baby."
She opted to train remotely and did kettlebell training during her third trimester. This was not an easy task for an expecting woman but she stuck it out and she's now reaping the rewards.

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