Obagi systems are available to maintain Youthful skin through life's cycle.
- Dermatologist Dr. Ellen Marmur, author of Simple Skin Beauty says “be on the safe side and ask your pregnancy Dr. about anything that you think might be harmful.”
Further even if you’ve been reassured that something is safe, if it makes you uncomfortable, just avoid it.
Pregnancy and motherhood are life-changing and exciting times for women. However, they also come with a host of health-related concerns
SKIN CARE INGREDIENTS TO AVOID
Retinol. While pregnant or nursing it's best to avoid retinol (vitamin A), prescribed forms of retinol or retinol derivates (retinyl retinoate, retinaldehyde or hydroxypinacolone retinoate).
Skin brighteners (that contain hydroquinone). It is best to avoid using them during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Benzoyl peroxide is an excellent ingredient to combat blemishes and is considered safe in low concentrations (5% or less) .
Prescription topical antibiotics are considered safe for use during pregnancy.
Salicylic acid (BHA) consider using glycolic acid or lactic acid (AHA) exfoliants as an alternative as these are perfectly safe to use during pregnancy.
Sunscreen actives, as demonstrated in several studies, are not known to be a risk during pregnancy.
OBAGI PREGNANCY SOLUTIONS
CrX Plus Vitamin C
OBAGI-C RX SYSTEM
Skin Problems in Pregnancy
Breakouts Acne Oily skin
Mild conditions generally respond to exfoliating
PLUS for every day use:
SUZANOBAGI MD. acne wipes
However Consider adding Benzyl peroxide infrequently as required to control excess oil
Due to hormonal changes during pregnancy, hyperpigmentation such as freckles and dark spots may appear. Exfoliate and UV protection are your only choices.
However when Breast feeding is over Obagi Nu-Derm is perfect for reducing pigmentation and restoring a healthy complexion
A skin condition characterised by facial redness, flushing, small visible blood vessels, small red bumps and swellings.
SUZANOBAGIMD SOOTHING COMPLEX SPF 25