A Mothers Love

Nicole Hayre, MD, FAAD
Nicole Hayre, MD, FAAD

Throughout pregnancy and breastfeeding Oxytocin levels play an important role in the bond between a mother and a child. Oxytocin released during skin-to-skin contact helps infants and mothers to learn each other’s special scent. In these first moments after birth, a mom and her baby begin to bond. Oxytocin causes a newborn to seek out and latch on to its mother’s breast. As a result, this hormone floods the body during breastfeeding.

This hormone can increase your sense of well-being and increase your skin’s ability to heal itself. When you look at your baby with love, or you feel the touch of their hand, or you hold them in your arms, the oxytocin hormone is released and in return, your skin benefits from the result of that touch.

How can you get that love hormone working for your skin every day? When you use the patent-pending formula called Cutocin, your skin will react in ways similar to those created by higher Oxytocin levels.

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