The Best Pregnancy-Safe Skincare Products I Tried + Routine for Anti-Aging

Written by Jenny Wu
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  1. Daniel says:

    Is there anything specific for stretch marks you’d recommend?

  2. Lisa says:

    It’s vital to have information on pregnancy-safe skincare, but I hope people consult with their doctors too. The article is a great starting point, but personal health conditions vary.

  3. Greg says:

    The beauty devices section is intriguing! Not many talk about the tech side of skin care. Curious if you’ve tested these gadgets during pregnancy or it’s based on general safety guidelines?

  4. Jen says:

    Absolutely adore this! Being pregnant has made me hyper-aware of what I put on and in my body. It’s a relief to have a go-to list of what’s safe and what’s not. Sunscreen and moisturizer are my ride or die, and finding pregnancy-safe options here is a godsend. Thanks for sharing!

  5. TJ says:

    It’s refreshing to see an article addressing the nuances of pregnancy skincare. Specifically calling out retinoids and hydroquinone is vital. However, ensuring readers know the concentration of ‘safe to use’ ingredients would further enhance understanding.

    • Jenny Wu says:

      Since those ingredients are considered actives, there’s already a safety limit determined by the FDA on the maximum % allowed in products. Everything sold in the US should already follow those guidelines.

  6. Elise says:

    Loving the detail on pregnancy-safe skincare! After having my baby, I’m all in for reversing some of the toll it took on my skin. That anti-aging routine part? Gold. Started on a serum you mentioned, and it’s incredible how it doesn’t irritate my skin at all.

  7. Markus says:

    I’ve read somewhere that hydroquinone is absolutely a no-go during pregnancy. Good to see it listed here, confirms my worry. But don’t you think some natural alternatives still carry risks?

  8. Amy Lynn says:

    Hey Jenny, Is it really safe to use any exfoliants during pregnancy? I’ve been super cautious about everything.

    • Jenny Wu says:

      From the research and official guidelines I’ve seen I would consider them safe to use, especially at home products since they’re in lower concentration. But always stick to what you’re comfortable with!

  9. Anne says:

    I am not planning on having another child, but if I did I would probably miss my devices just as much as you did. I didn’t use any before my pregnancies, so that wasn’t hard to give up for me back then.

    Anne from “Doctor Anne”

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