Yahoo posted "21 Pregnancy-Safe Beauty Products to Heal Hormonal Skin" featuring Visha Skincare Mommy Brightener With Illuminotex and Visha Skincare.
Beyond swollen ankles and crazy cravings, pregnancy hormones can do a number on even the most luminous of complexions, resulting in breakouts, dullness, darkened hyper-pigmentation, and melasma. But when it comes to correcting skincare products, the pickings can be slim. “Because there are no formal studies using a wide variety of products in pregnant women, it’s better to be safe than sorry,” says dermatologist Michelle Hure of OC Skin Lab. The exceptions? “Hydroquinone and retinoids, which are systemically absorbed and can increase the risk of birth defects, most skincare products only act locally,” she explains. Translation: Bid adieu to some of beauty’s most potent skin-correcting ingredients, like wrinkle-fighting retinol and medications like Tretinoin by re-vamping your pregnancy beauty routine with organic essentials. For moms who like to err on the side of caution, Hure notes that blemish-fighting salicylic acid has the potential to be absorbed systemically, while soy products, which can worsen melasma, are best avoided.
Below, we scouted the industry’s best — and safest — problem-solving beauty products for both mommas-to-be and new moms. Remember to always consult with your OB before use.
Visha Skincare Mommy Brightener With Illuminotex ($65): This brightening serum was made especially for mothers by an M.D. and mother herself. It reduces dark spots thanks to its unique blend of melanin-inhibitors, and smoothes fine lines to boot.