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is glominerals makeup safe to use during pregnancy?

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3 years ago

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3 years ago
stop being so neurotic. it's just makeup!
3 years ago
Actually pinkpaisley, it's a valid question. Many commercial cosmetics and personal care products contain harmful chemicals linked to reproductive problems, cancer, allergic reactions, etc. The Top Chemicals You Want to Avoid in Your Cosmetics and Personal Care Products so it's a good question and it's good to care about the stuff you put on your skin especially since it can affect a developing fetus. There was a study just out about toxic metals ending up in makeup during the manufacturing process. Stuff like lead and arsenic. Study Finds Arsenic, Lead, and Cadmium in Commonly Used Cosmetics The Environmental Working Group has a website where you can look up specific products which are rated for their hazard level 1-10 ten being the most toxic. 1 or 2 is a very good, safe rating. http://www.ewg.org/skindeep/
1 year ago
Stretch marks are scars on the skin that usually form during pregnancy or with weight gain. The stretching of the skin causes tearing of the fine tissue on the dermis layer of the skin. Stretch marks develop most often on the breast area, hips, thighs, buttocks and belly. During the summer, stretch marks can become even more noticeable because scars have no pigment and the area does not tan along with the rest of the skin. Argan oil code

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