Prenatal Pampering in North Carolina

As if you needed an excuse for a little indulgence. These nearby spots offer it.

Spa treatment

The prenatal massage at Voci Spa in Charlotte promises to relieve those pesky pregnancy pains, with extra attention given to the neck, shoulders and lower back. And—did we mention?—it’s so relaxing (704-752-8030, VociSpa.com).

Stylish clothes

Pickles & Ice Cream is your source for designer pregnancy clothes from brands like Paige Denim and Japanese Weekend Maternity (704-364-1898, PicklesandIceCream.com).

A Pea in the Pod has trendy options from Rosie Pope Maternity and Catherine Malandrino (locations in Raleigh, Durham and Charlotte, APeainthePod.com).

Luxe beauty products

Head to Ulta for products made just for moms-to-be, such as Belli All Day Moisture Body Lotion, which keeps your skin hydrated and really helps with the itchies. Also, find beauty supplies with natural ingredients, like bareMinerals lip gloss and Burt’s Bees body scrub (several North Carolina locations, Ulta.com).

One-on-one attention

If you’re nervous about working out, or you just want a fitness regime customized to your needs, check out private yoga at Raleigh’s Evolve Movement. An instructor will work with you to create a mind-body session to leave you more toned, more relaxed—or both (919-828-4525, EvolveMovement.com).

Plus, More from The Bump:

More Local Resources in North Carolina

How to Make Sure Your Prenatal Massage Is Safe

Getting Glam for the Delivery Room

-- The Bump Editors

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