Pregnancy-safe face makeup
- Ilia True Skin Serum Foundation.
- Beautycounter Cheeky Clean Cream Blush Refill.
- Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer Natural Skin Perfector Broad-Spectrum SPF 30.
- Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer.
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Cream Bronzer.
- Tower28 Beach Please Lip + Cheek Cream Blush.
What makeup is not allowed during pregnancy?
11 Because experts still don't know exactly how much topical retinol could penetrate the skin and/or placenta, it is generally recommended that people who are pregnant avoid retinol and retinoids including retinyl palmitate, which can be found in concealer, eye shadows, lipsticks, and mascaras, Dr. Garshick says.
What cosmetic products are safe during pregnancy?
Opt for sunscreens with physical UV blockers like zinc oxide and titanium dioxide instead. Fragrance free: Our experts also recommend looking for fragrance-free products if your skin is more sensitive than usual during pregnancy. While scents are not considered harmful, synthetic fragrances can be irritating to skin.
What foundation can I use while pregnant?
Best pregnancy-safe foundation We love ILIA's True Skin Serum Foundation, because it's a virtually weightless option that provides a gorgeous natural, skin-like finish. Pregnancy-safe, active levels of niacinamide and allantoin work to smooth and soothe your bare skin to give you the ultimate pregnancy glow.
What products should not be used on face during pregnancy?
Beauty Products and Skincare Ingredients to Avoid While Pregnant
- Retin-A, Retinol and Retinyl Palmitate. These vitamin A derivatives and others can lead to dangerous birth defects.
- Tazorac and Accutane.
- Benzoyl Peroxide and Salicylic acids.
- Essential Oils.
- Aluminum chloride.
- Chemical Sunscreens.
What makeup is safe during pregnancy?
During pregnancy, Alster recommends switching to a mineral powder foundation or sunscreen that contains zinc oxide or titanium dioxide. “Most mineral-based brands are organic, naturally reflective sunscreens that can do double duty as lightweight foundations,” says Alster.