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  • Solenn Heussaff On Self-Care For Moms: 'Because We Deserve To Feel Confident'

    The actress-artist realized becoming a better person now that she's a mother.
    by Jocelyn Valle .
Solenn Heussaff On Self-Care For Moms: 'Because We Deserve To Feel Confident'
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  • Solenn Heussaff admitted to suffering from mom guilt when she attended the Milan Fashion Week 2022, which ran from February 22 to 28 (read here).

    That's because she left behind her two-year-old daughter Thylane to the care of her husband Nico Bolzico in Paris. The family of three have been travelling across Europe since December 2021.

    The Filipino-French actress/artist/entrepreneur wrote in her February 26 Instagram post: "Mum guilt can be real, but remember to always take some time off for yourself sometimes!"

    Needless to say, Solenn sees the great value of self-care for her well-being, which in turn, will help her become a better wife and mother. So aside from indulging her fashionable and stylish side, she also looks after the other aspects of her life.

    "One thing I learned after becoming a mom: You’ll never be who you were," she pointed out in her recent post. "Because you’re not. Actually, you’re a better person, because you see what your body’s capable of doing."

    Solenn is known to lead an active and healthy lifestyle, which has helped her regain her enviable pre-pregnancy figure. But she also acknowledges that she and her body are in a new phase now as a mother. Thus, she explained in her post, she decided the try the new offering from the Belo Medical Group called Onda Coolwaves Plus.

    "To enhance my body’s newfound and natural curves," she said. "Because we deserve to feel confident at every stage of our body’s evolution!"


    Solenn's choice of Belo service is an "non-invasive, body reshaping system" that uses "selective microwaves" in targetting three main issues: fat tissues, cellulite, and skin laxity.

    She pointed out, "I know people out there are going to say, 'Wala namang stretch marks 'yon.'" And went on explaining: "It doesn't need to be super seen or not. If it's something that I'm insecure about, or something I want to change, then that's my personal journey."

    For more self-care ideas, read here.

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