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Many of you know that one of our most tried and true “beauty tips” for younger looking skin here at Southern Beauty is sleeping on a satin pillowcase.  Well, Girls, I think I have now found a pillowcase …

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FIT2BMOM21We have not been blessed as of yet with children but I have to admit that there are some really wonderful products out there for “moms to be” that also work great for those of us who aren’t expecting. Take for instance, Fit2Bmom active wear. In 2005, Christine Lavin conceived the idea for FIT2BMOM while pregnant with her first son and working as a fitness instructor. The idea behind the line was to encourage women to stay active throughout their pregnancy but to also feel positive about themselves.

FIT2BMOM1Designed with technically-innovative Supplex fabric, the line combines the necessary moisture wicking properties that keep the body dry and cool during exercise but what caught my eye is that the line claims to both “performs and pampers.”

Since I won’t pass up any opportunity to be pampered while engaging in any form of physical exertion, I welcomed the opportunity to try one of their stylish and chic headbands. Sure enough, I felt very sophisticated while donning my new headband and the fabric actually did “wick” away any perspiration. Besides the fact that this is a very innovation collection of maternity wear, it is also reasonably priced and versatile.


The headbands come in 5 colors and retail for only $8 each but you can view the entire line of Fit2Bmom active wear at I definitely plan to spread the word to all of my pregnant girlfriends who will sure to be stylish while staying fit in this fantastic line of active wear.


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