Pregnancy Skincare Tips

Pregnancy Skincare Tips

Skincare during pregnancy is essential, as hormonal changes can affect your skin in various ways. It's important to prioritize safety and avoid certain ingredients that may be harmful to development. These ingredients may be absorbed into the bloodstream and could potentially pose risks to the developing baby:

Aluminium Chloride Benzoyl Peroxide

Beta Hydroxy Acids

  • Salicylic Acids
Botox and fillers
Chemical Sunscreens Diethanolamine
Dihydroxyacetone Essential Oils
Formaldehyde Hydroquinone
Parabens Phthalates
Retinol / Retinoids Tazorac and Accutane
Tetracycline Thioglycolic Acid

Use sunscreen daily: Hormonal changes can make your skin more sensitive to the sun, so use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 30 daily to protect your skin from harmful UV rays.

Pregnancy can bring skin changes, so it's often best to stick with a simple and gentle skincare routine.

Always consult with your obstetrician or healthcare provider before making any significant changes to your skincare routine, especially if you have specific skin concerns or medical conditions. Every pregnancy is different, and your skin's needs may change throughout this period. Always prioritize the health and safety of both you and your baby when making skincare choices during pregnancy.

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