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Merdermom Supports Wellness Advocacy for Women in POGS Run 2015

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Giving birth to a child. The bearing, labor and birth pains may be challenging, but the rewards of being able to bring a child or children into the world is one of kind – and I will never get to experience those.

For all of the challenges that child-bearing brings, one of the most common “defects” if I may say, are the stretch marks that it leaves on mothers.

Though some men won’t mind having their wife having stretch marks, but to women, this may be a big issue – as it someone robs them of their “glory” that their body once had. Sometimes, the marks trigger insecurities and confidence issues in women.

That’s why the Mederma Stretch Marks Therapy introduced MederMom an advocacy campaign that aims to build a community in support of moms. MederMom encourages mothers to support and care for other mothers who may have limited access to maternal care.

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Expectant mothers are facing challenging situations. No matter the challenges of pregnancy though, they will always put the care of their families first. In turn, MederMom can give them the care that they need during this delicate period in order to make their journey towards motherhood a Belly Beautiful one.

As part of this advocacy, Mederma Stretch Marks Therapy, together with Philippine Obstetrical and Gynecological Society (POGS), dedicated a special run for MederMoms last November 21 at Camp Aguinaldo. Mederma and POGS will continue to work hand in hand in introducing workshops and programs that will support access to maternal care in the country.


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Mederma has taken expectant moms all over the world to a belly beautiful journey. Carefully formulated with Onion Extract, Centella Asiatica and Hyaluronic Acid, it’s clinically proven to have a triple restore action that softens, smoothens and replenishes skin in as early as two weeks of regular use.

Know more about how moms can care for other moms. Visit

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