Skin Care During Pregnancy

Everything you put on your skin enters your system and, once you’re pregnant, will travel right to your baby. That’s why, if you’re planning on trying to conceive, it’s time to update your pregnancy skincare routine to incorporate all-natural, hormone-friendly beauty products that are safe for IVF and pregnancy. If you’re thinking about IVF, make sure you’re using natural fertility boosters and keeping your personal cosmetics and lifestyle clean.

How To Know If A Product is Pregnancy Safe?

So, while you’re pregnant, get used to reading labels since you’ll be doing it a lot! Before I put anything in my mouth or on my skin, I read the label and strive to use organic whenever practical and reasonable.

While shopping for pregnancy skincare and cosmetics, you need do a lot of research and education. Always consider alternatives, such as bakuchiol vs retinol. Most synthetic, chemical retinols aren’t safe to use during pregnancy, but bakuchiol, a natural, plant-based retinol, is.

For your normal pregnancy skincare routine, look for products that are 100 percent organic and plant-based, such as Vitamin C Face cream, entirely natural Retinol Serum, under eye serum or oil, and so on.

Dry And Itchy Skin

Not every pregnant woman is endowed with that radiant glow. Many women have dry skin, hair loss, chapped lips, and cracked heels during pregnancy, especially during the winter months. Fortunately, organic, plant-based Retinol and Vitamin C are available. These are nutrient-dense and completely free of contaminants and hormone disruptors.

Also, if you feel skin purging, all you have to do is go to the kitchen to locate some effective dry skin cures. Milk cream, coconut oil, and wheat germ oil are all excellent moisturizers for dry, cracked skin. To keep your nipples from drying out, apply wheat germ oil, which is high in important vitamins and fatty acids.

How to Deal With Under Eye Dryness

If you get hollow and tired-looking under eye area, you need to find a rich, nutritious under eye cream or oil. It needs to be organic and natural. Many women have under eye filler to help with hollowness, but it is not recommended to undergo any cosmetic treatments while pregnant.

Of course, there’s the glow that everyone talks about when you’re pregnant. Hormone surges, unfortunately, can cause new and interesting skin problems such as acne, dark spots, dry or oily patches, dullness, redness, or increased sensitivity. While you may have a pre-pregnancy skincare routine, there’s a high possibility that not everything you’re using now is appropriate for your new needs, and safe for your kid.