Tuesday, March 05, 2013

"What Is Mummy Doing?!"

During the first 3-4 months of my pregnancy, my skin underwent a massive outbreak. Pimples erupted all over my forehead! Arrrrghhhh! Hormones!! At the time, I looked as shitty as I felt. (Harhar. Morning sickness. *snorts* Go figure.) Maybe shittier even. T_T


But right after morning sickness ended, my skin just blossomed. I finally found that pregnancy glow every mother-to-be other than myself had raved about earlier. No moisturiser, no sunblock, no nothing and I still looked fabulous! (Or maybe it's true and how you look is a reflection of how you feel. And because I was feeling better, I looked better, too. Haha. Who knows!)


Unfortunately for me, those wonderful "good skin" days didn't last forever. My face went halfway to hell after I gave birth. No, it's not pimply like it was during my first trimester. Instead, it feels dry, parched and flakey. Haih! Hot mama? Oh, what a dream that is now. A dream that isn't coming true anytime soon considering how I look today. You know, I'm secretly glad babies are said to have blurry vision. Or else I would probably have freaked my son out, too. -_-'''


So... desperate, I snuck in a quickie mask after my bath last night. Tried the Primrose Facial Cleansing Masque from the Aesop gift pack I received a couple of weeks ago and felt a million times better after. Didn't look the way I felt this time though. Somehow, my skin turned red. Like, DRUNK red. @_@ 


Red-faced after my quickie masque.


I didn't even leave the masque on for very long. (Of course not. You think I have all night to pamper myself nowadays?? I skipped my conditioner for this okayyy!) Just long enough for the clay masque to dry under the fan. So I wonder what happened there. Hmmm. But worth it la. Look like lobster for awhile also ok. Cos my pores looked less clogged and I felt all sorts of awesome. Haha. Too bad The Husband didn't feel the same way about it. :-/


The Husband: *takes one look at me, turns to my son and says to him* AIYO! Why Mummy's face so red?? What is Mummy doing, Papa also dunno. *shakes head*


Pfft. Men. Some things, they'll never understand.

7 comments :

Esther Lau said...

Get the Husband to babysit for a few hrs and pamper yourself. Did that to my husband and no more funny business from him ;)

pamsong said...

ATTN: Esther Lau
– I should la! Hahaha. But the man will holler and knock on the bathroom door until I come out if my son so much as whines more than 2 minutes. -_-'

Zhen Ying said...

Men do not understand what a woman is going through trying to look after themselves and their child. Try asking him to stay at home and look after the baby for 1 day then perhaps he'll understand.

pamsong said...

ATTN: Zhen Ying
– Exactly! Imagine sleeping no longer than 2-3 hours at a stretch for... what? 3 months now?? And to be continued till goodness knows when! -_-'''

msbulat said...

Your hubby already getting your baby boy to be on his side at this young age? AIYO!

Esther Lau said...

Aiya. Don't DYI facial but go out to have one :) then he wl know ;)

pamsong said...

ATTN: msbulat
– Ya mannnn!!! I must psycho my son liao la. When he go to work. =p


ATTN: Esther Lau
– HAHAHA. As if can. My life is facial-less now. T_T

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