ahas in pregnancy
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  • Skin care

Are AHAs safe during pregnancy?

Our natural and organic Age Defy+ AHA Radiance Peel Mask is safe for use during pregnancy. Free from ethyl alcohol and artificial fragrances, its gentle exfoliating action promotes renewal and radiance. It is best used in the evening.

By Alexandra Julian

1 Minute read

Yes, our natural and organic Age Defy+ AHA Radiance Peel Mask is safe for use during pregnancy.

Free from ethyl alcohol and artificial fragrances, its gentle exfoliating action promotes renewal and radiance. It is best used in the evening.

 

 

During pregnancy, skin can also experience melasma and you may find that the naturally occurring fruit acids found in the AHA Radiance Peel Mask help to keep your skin tone smooth and even. Do make sure to use SPF after use.

Skin can become more sensitive during pregnancy and if your skin has become sensitised, we suggest only leaving the AHA mask on your skin for around two or three minutes and applying a scent-free moisturiser or SPF product afterwards

 

 

If you’d like any more information about using AHAs in pregnancy or further advice about our natural beauty products, please contact our friendly customer care team on 01403 740350.

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