The Use Of Beauty Creams For Pregnant Women?
. I want to ask, is Natasha Cream safe for pregnant women?
Bright, smooth, acne-free skin is a dream for many women, pregnant women are no exception. But for pregnant women, you cannot carelessly use care or skincare products. There are several ingredients in skincare or oral medications for acne that should not be used by pregnant women, including retinoids, salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, isotretinoin, and tetracycline.
Actually, as long as there are no complaints on the skin, pregnant women simply take care of the face by cleaning the face regularly, using a moisturizer (without active substances lightening), and using sunscreen that is safe for pregnant women. But if there are special conditions or complaints, such as pimples and dullness, it would be better if pregnant women consult directly with a doctor or dermatologist about the safest treatment for pregnant women.
For the cream that you mentioned, you should ask directly with the doctor on duty at the clinic about its safety for pregnant women. As long as the doctor who treats you knows that you are pregnant, I think the doctor will prescribe a cream that is safe for pregnant women so you don't need to worry. However, if when prescribing you do not tell the doctor that you are pregnant, you should first ask the doctor who treats you because the doctor is more understanding of what the cream content is prescribed.
Hope it helps you,