Can you use the ordinary products when breastfeeding?
For a more affordable serum with hyaluronic acid to use on extra dry skin during pregnancy or while breastfeeding, Park recommends The Ordinary’s HA with B5 (another product that Rio also swears by).
Can I use the ordinary AHA BHA while breastfeeding?
Avoid Hydroxy Acids.
The most common varieties are beta hydroxy acid (BHA), salicylic acid, alpha hydroxy acids (AHA), glycolic acid and lactic acid. The reason they are considered a no-no is that oral salicylic acid (aspirin) is confirmed as not safe during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Can I use hyaluronic acid while breastfeeding?
When it comes to skin plumping and hydrating, this natural substance should be a go-to ingredient, especially during pregnancy and breastfeeding. It works well and poses no threat to mom or baby.
Why should you avoid retinol while breastfeeding?
There’s no strong evidence of retinol levels in breast milk being influenced by inflammation of the breast (lactation mastitis) or your age. However, vitamin A levels are susceptible to decreasing in sunlight, so you might want to think twice before leaving bottled breast milk in direct sunlight for periods of time.
How many drops of the ordinary peeling solution should I use?
The brand recommends using this product no more than two times per week, as it contains acids that may increase your skin’s sensitivity to the sun, and particularly the possibility of sunburn. You should use sunscreen and limit sun exposure while using this product and for one week afterwards.
Can I use Vitamin C while breastfeeding?
The recommended vitamin C intake in lactating women is 120 mg daily, and for infants aged 6 months or less is 40 mg daily.  High daily doses up to 1000 mg increase milk levels, but not enough to cause a health concern for the breastfed infant and is not a reason to discontinue breastfeeding.
Can you use the ordinary AHA BHA when pregnant?
AHAs have not been studied in pregnancy, but because only small amounts are absorbed into the skin, they are considered low risk when used in skin treatments. Still, to be safe, it’s a good idea to use them only in small amounts. Bottom line: Don’t take orally and best to limit use topically.
Is AHA BHA safe during pregnancy?
Now, Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) and Beta Hydroxy Acids (BHAs) are a bit trickier to navigate during pregnancy. Salicylic acid is a BHA, so best to avoid it. Glycolic acid, which is an AHA, is considered safe to use in lower concentrations, but you can always use a product containing lactic acid instead.
What is not safe to eat while breastfeeding?
The exceptions—and the fish that are labeled as foods to avoid while breastfeeding, according to the CDC—are shark, swordfish, tilefish and king mackerel. These older, top-predator fish contain the highest levels of mercury, so eliminate those foods from your breastfeeding diet.
Can topical creams affect breast milk?
In general, topical products (including hair removal products like Nair, etc.) that are applied to the skin do not end up in breastmilk, due to poor absorption into mom’s bloodstream.
What supplements should I not take while breastfeeding?
Fat soluble vitamin supplements (e.g., vitamins A & E) taken by the mother can concentrate in human milk, and thus excessive amounts may be harmful to a breastfeeding baby.