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Is Retinol Safe During Pregnancy? - Safe Skincare During Pregnancy
In this video, we dive deep into the question many expectant mothers are asking: Is retinol safe during pregnancy? 🤔 Retinol is a popular skincare ingredient known for its anti-aging and acne-fighting properties, but its safety during pregnancy is a topic of much debate. Whether you're pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or simply curious about skincare safety, this video will provide you with the essential information you need to make informed decisions about your skincare routine.
Retinol is a popular skincare ingredient known for its anti-aging and acne-fighting properties, but its safety during pregnancy is a topic of much debate.

Check out the full video on my YT channel to learn which ingredients you should avoid during pregnancy and what you can use as an alternative.

#pregnancyskincare #pregnancyskincareroutine #pregnancysafeskincare #derm #drmamina
Is retinol safe during pregnancy?
Retinol is a popular skincare ingredient known for its anti-aging and acne-fighting properties, but its safety during pregnancy is a topic of much debate. Check out the full video on my YT channel to learn which ingredients you should avoid during pregnancy and what you can use as an alternative. #pregnancyskincare #pregnancyskincareroutine #pregnancysafeskincare #derm #drmamina
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It typically lasts for 2-4 weeks, but if breakouts persist for more than 8 weeks, it’s best to consult a dermatologist for guidance.
The retinoid purge is a semi-common occurrence when people start a retinoid for the first time, characterized by acne breakouts as the skin adjusts to increased cell turnover. It typically lasts for
2-4 weeks, but if breakouts persist for more than 8 weeks, it’s best to consult a dermatologist for guidance.

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Retinol for beginners
The retinoid purge is a semi-common occurrence when people start a retinoid for the first time, characterized by acne breakouts as the skin adjusts to increased cell turnover. It typically lasts for 2-4 weeks, but if breakouts persist for more than 8 weeks, it’s best to consult a dermatologist for guidance. 🎥✨: @carlihenderson #retinoid #retinol #skincareroutine #retinization #retinolpurge #retinoidpurge #acne #acnetreatment #tretinoin #differin #adapalene #drmamina
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You should definetely consult with your dermatologist before this as too much of this can be harmful
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Retinoid Alternatives for Pregnancy
We know that retinoids are multifunctional when it comes to skin health. They help with acne, wrinkles, texture, pores, scars, and discoloration. They should not be used during pregnancy. If you’re looking to still address acne, wrinkles, and discoloration, here are some alternatives. Glycolic Acid: @firstaidbeauty @theordinary Azelaic Acid: @paulaschoice @naturiumskin Bakuchiol: @theinkeylist @burtsbees