Treatment During Pregnancy?

Between your swollen feet, aching back, acnes, rashes, and dry-itchy skin, there’s never a time you’ll

need beauty treatment day more than when you’re pregnant.


The good news is YES!

Leading dermatologists and beauticians recommend that in general, to get a facial while pregnant is safe — as long as you avoid harsh treatments like microdermabrasion and certain kinds of chemical peels (please inform that you’re currently pregnant). Your skin is extra-sensitive now so that “microdermabrasion can lead to irritation, breakouts and uneven results,” says Renée Rouleau, celebrity aesthetician and founder of Renée Rouleau Skincare. But gentle exfoliating facial scrubs followed by a deep-moisturizing mask are safe and really soothing for pregnant women ! Plus, it’s always a good idea to talk with your doctor before indulging in any beauty treatments.

“Going to a spa and doing some beauty treatments can be safe in pregnancy—it can be a good way to relieve stress and alleviate some of the normal discomforts of pregnancy,”

If you’re looking for a soothing, relaxing and calming experience, a basic facial can certainly give you that feeling of being pampered. Here are the steps you need to know before doing your beauty treatments :

  1. While making the appointment, mention that you’re pregnant.
  2. Talk to the doctor and visit only a high-quality, reliable beautician in a clean, hygienic and safe skin clinic.
  3. Get a complete list of the products and ingredients.
  4. Discuss/understand the types of treatments.
  5. Firmly refuse: chemicals, harsh treatments, electric currents, light therapies, intensive massages etc.
  6. If you find your instructions not being adhered to, stop the treatment at once.
  7. Never use any skin-lightening agents or retinoid/salicylic acid containing products. Use only very mild bleaching agents or hair-removal creams.

Pregnancy is actually an ideal time to plan beauty treatment weeks—it’s the calm before the storm of late nights, diapers and feeding schedules take over your waking hours. So dear all mom-to-be, work in that “me time” as much as you can ^^

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