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Can Pregnant Women Do Eyelash Lift and Tint?
As with any beauty and wellness service, pregnant women should consult with an obstetrician before booking an appointment for an eyelash lift and tint service.
Eyelash lift products do not have direct contact with the skin; however, allergic reactions or sensitivity issues may occur during and after the procedure. If any of these side effects occur, pregnant women are advised not to take antibiotics or other medications to combat possible infections or reactions.
Pregnancy should never stop you from improving your beauty. Just be sure to do your research, talk to your doctor before undergoing any beauty procedures for your safety and your baby’s health.
The Relationship Between Pregnancy and Eyelash Lifts
Take the next information into consideration when deciding to opt for eyelash lift and tint treatment during your pregnancy:
#1: If you know of a previous history of alopecia in your family, your eyelashes may fall out during pregnancy. In this case, do not have an eyelash lift without first consulting a doctor.
#2: If you are in an environment with potential chemical exposure, such as a nail spa or hair salon, make sure space is well ventilated. If you can smell chemicals in the air, it means your baby could be exposed to very toxic fumes.
#3: Doctors do not recommend getting any beauty treatment in the first trimester. Since your body is just beginning to change, you may develop some allergic reactions. In this case, no matter how gentle the creams are, you never know what will happen to your skin.
Remember that each case is different. Depending on your pregnancy term, allergies, or medical situation, you should always communicate with your doctor to avoid possible complications.
Contact Expert Estheticians in Maine
At Permanent Makeup & Cryo in Maine, we take your safety very seriously. Regardless if you are pregnant or not; we always have an updated file form of our clients with their current medications or any developed allergies. Once your primary care physician gives you the go-ahead for an eyelash lift, our experts will be ready to provide you with the safest service.
If you have any questions, we are here to help.
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