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Pregnancy: Hair Removal11,536 Views
Stretch Marks will start in
Are you worried about those ugly stretch marks on your body? There are a number of ways in which you can get rid of these marks. Watch our video to learn more.
Description: It's totally safe to remove unwanted hair during pregnancy, but there are some things you should know first. Watch this video to learn more about hair removal during pregnancy.
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Facing a hairy situation? Here’s what you can do about it without hurting your baby. First, you should know its safe to shave your legs – or anywhere else -with a razor. The only caveat is that there is more blood flowing to your skin during pregnancy, especially to the vagina. This can lead to ultra sensitive skin and a very painful waxing experience! If you can’t take the waxing, you may choose to use a chemical hair remover, like Nair. Although few studies are available to prove it, most doctors believe that a topical solution like this is unlikely to be absorbed into your body, or to reach your baby. If you prefer to bleach your body hair, this is likely quite safe as well, as, again, topical bleach is unlikely to get into your bloodstream. If you’re still worried that a product you use on your skin could get to your baby, it can help to rinse with cold water first. This keeps your pores very small and further decreases the likelihood that any chemical product will reach your baby.