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Manicure during pregnancy

Manicure during pregnancy



The studies do not provide clear evidence of the negative effects that peel could have on pregnant women. What is worth remembering is that relatively few studies have been done on the long-term effects of using and exposing the skin during pregnancy.
For some time it was thought that the ingredient called phthalate (phthalate) present in the component of the eye could be a danger, but the opinions of the specialists tend more towards the variant that does not present any risk.
Moreover, a manicure done every 2-3 weeks should raise the morale of all pregnant women, make them have a better opinion about themselves and be generally a little spoiled.
The pedicure is especially very practical in the last months of pregnancy due to… tummy tuck.
A potential harmful effect may have the strong smell of chemicals in beauty salons. Pregnant women generally have a very developed sense of smell and may have a feeling of nausea or vomiting.
To avoid these inconveniences, look for a well-ventilated or air-conditioned salon. Also, to reduce the risk of infections, you can bring your own manicure kit (scissors, pile, etc.).