Jenna Dewan Gives Her Bump A ‘Belly Facial’

by Leah Groth
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Over the weekend Jenna Dewan pampered her baby bump by indulging in a “Belly Mask” facial

Jenna Dewan is pampering herself during her final stretch of pregnancy. The actress, pregnant with her second child, her first with fiancé Steve Kazee, enjoyed an at-home spa day on Saturday, giving her growing bump a “belly facial” with a Hatch Mama “Belly Mask” — and we are so intrigued.

Looking absolutely gorgeous, the Soundtrack star demonstrated the new pregnancy beauty treatment by flaunting her bump wearing only a bra and panties.

“Can you spot the 😉,” she captioned the snap.

In addition to commenting on how gorgeous she looked — because honestly, she has never been more radiant — many fans were curious about that thing on her growing bump.





Luckily, Jenna tagged Hatch Mama in the photo, the company behind her mysterious belly sheet. According to the brand’s website, their Belly Mask is pretty much what it looks like — a skin treatment for a pregnant belly!

“Belly facials?! Seriously,” the product description reads. “This hydrating + biodegradable sheet mask is the ultimate self-care mama moment. It’s a targeted treatment for pregnant bellies that helps minimize the appearance of stretch marks + scars during pregnancy and postpartum.” However, if you want to indulge in Jenna’s cutting edge beauty treatment, it’s $12 a pop.

In February, Jenna and Steve announced their engagement, showing off her gorgeous engagement ring on Instagram.

According to E!, her oval cut 2.5 carat diamond is set in a yellow gold pavé halo setting and designed by her friend, actress and jewelry designer Nikki Reed.

Her husband-to-be seems just as excited about her pregnancy as she is, often posting about their bun-in-the oven and his amazing fiancée on his Insta account.

“Disclaimer: I’m aware this is basically an @jennadewan fan account now,” he lovingly captioned a photo of Jenna showing off her bump at the doctor’s office.

Congrats to the mama-to-be and here’s to baby bump self-care!

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