Is It Safe To Mix Facial Cream With Vitamin C Injection For The Care Of Pregnant Women?
Good night .. I want to ask .. I’m pregnant young .. And I use a face cream from dlu, now pregnant the first child is still very cool. My face cream listed is safe for pregnant and lactating women … But I mixed v-c injection … I have read the V-c injection for public safety and other questions. My question .. Is it safe for pregnant women face cream and v-c injection mixed … As for my face cream is safe, said BPOM. ? Please help answer
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The product that you mentioned, claims the content in it is pure vitamin C and basically, vitamin C is not harmful to pregnant women, at least in normal concentrations. This can be ascertained because vitamin C can actually be obtained from healthy everyday foods such as oranges, pineapples, mangoes, papayas, kiwi, vegetables such as broccoli, peppers, tomatoes and many more. If vitamin C is indeed dangerous for pregnant women, then all these food sources will become taboo for pregnant women.
So regarding your question, there shouldn't be a problem mixing it with face cream for external use. Because what will eventually be absorbed by the body is not entirely. Another case if you put it in the body in the form of supplements or injections, our advice should you consult with your obstetrician in advance about this. Because even though it has various benefits, as we have mentioned before, excess vitamin C is also not good. There are various symptoms that can arise in cases of excess vitamin C, such as nausea, diarrhea, abdominal pain, constipation or difficult bowel movements, muscle aches, rapid and irregular heartbeat, eye irritation, insomnia, kidney stones, fatigue, etc. other.
Apart from all that, to make sure the product you use is safe, don't just look at the BPOM certification. Recent technological advances can make people irresponsible for faking the BPOM label on counterfeit goods. So also make sure you buy it from a manufacturer that is responsible and highly credible, or just consult a dermatologist right away. So, hopefully answering your question.