When a woman is pregnant, doubts about aesthetic products are multiplying. Creams, sprays or beauty processes can be harmful to the child and the mother, so it is advisable to know what to avoid.
It is the case of self tanner, a product that is widely used before the summer and during the summer season itself, which can be extended during the rest of the year and which causes controversy when the person applying it expects a baby.
At pregnancy, there is a very important aspect to take into account, and that is that the skin undergoes many changes. Due to hormonal processes, the dermis changes and becomes much more sensitive.
Therefore, it is advisable to be careful with cosmetics and creams used during pregnancy, as they could irritate or contribute to the appearance of spots. And the same happens with oils or for example Sun exposure. The fact of wanting to have a nice tan is not at odds with a good sun protection based on cream with a high graduation. This is why you have to be careful with the excessive use of self tanners for pregnant women.
Although a priori it should not be negative use a self tanner During pregnancy, it is best to choose those in a creamy format that do not have a harmful impact on the skin due to the presence of chemicals.
However, you have to be careful because some self-tanners do have some products that can cause allergic reactions, so it is recommended always read the leaflet to make it as natural as possible. That they have chemical compositions with iodine or that they can affect the hormonal process would not be correct neither for the mother nor for the baby.
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