Everything you put on your skin goes into your bloodstream, and yes, will go straight to your baby once you’re pregnant. That’s why if you know you’re going to try to get pregnant, it is time to switch up your pregnancy skincare routine to include all natural, hormone-friendly beauty products that are safe for IVF and pregnancy. If you’re considering IVF, then you need to make sure you follow natural fertility boosters and you clean your personal cosmetics and clean your lifestyle. 


How To Know If A Product is Pregnancy Safe?

So, get used to reading labels while you’re pregnant because you’ll be doing a lot of it! I read the label before I put anything in my mouth or on my skin and try to use organic everything when possible and reasonable. 

You should use a lot of research and education while shopping for pregnancy skincare products and cosmetics. Always look for alternatives - a good example is bakuchiol vs retinol. Most synthetic, chemical retinols are not recommended during pregnancy, but natural, plant based retinol made of bakuchiol is safe to use. 

Find 100% organic and plant-based products for your everyday pregnancy skincare routine - Vitamin C Face cream, completely natural Retinol Serum,  under eye serum or oil, etc. 

Dry And Chapped Skin

Every pregnant woman is not blessed with that healthy glow. Many struggle with dry skin, hair fall, cracked lips and heels at some stage during their pregnancy, especially during winters. Luckily, you can use organic, plant-based Retinol and Vitamin C. These are rich in nutrients and 100% clean of any toxins and hormone disruptors. 


Also, if it happens that you experience skin purging, you only need to head to the kitchen to find some potent remedies for dry skin. Milk cream, coconut oil, and wheat germ oil are especially useful for combating dry and cracked skin. You could also apply wheat germ oil, a rich source of essential vitamins and fatty acids, to your nipples to prevent dryness.


Help 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.

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