BabyCenter.com Looks at Best Skincare Products for Pregnant Women
BabyCenter.com is one of the top community websites for mothers-to-be. As a result, they review various products from the perspective of and medical skincare is one example. Unfortunately, the safety of many skincare products and specific ingredients are not tested for safety in pregnant women,” says Dr. Michele Green in this article. “The first thing you should do is look at your skincare products and determine whether or not they are safe to use.”
This means to eliminate chemical sunscreens, products with high concentrations of benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid, and retinoids, “for example, hyaluronic acid is great for your skin and safe but is synthetically made.” She also notes that when in doubt, ask a board-certified dermatologist because “a lot of skin changes occur during pregnancy,” says Dr. Green. Acne breakouts, dry skin, stretch marks, and hyperpigmentation are all common complaints” for instance. The article mentions MGSKINLABs Vita-C-Serum, along with recommendations for best pregnancy-safe lotion:, face masks, sunscreen, toners, cleansers and more.