Do you think it is safe for pregnant?

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  • #778
    kimmy123
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    I am not pregnant. My friend is. She is asking if she can still continue using RLT on her face? Because she is using it mainly for wrinkles and anti-aging.

    #783
    memyselfandi
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    This I am quite intrigued as well. I asked if it really can increase testosterone and estrogen levels. I am wondering if there will be a bad effect for the woman and the baby if it is used.

    #802
    Marianne
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    Hi girls,

    It’s essential you let your aesthetician know if you are pregnant (even if you’re waiting to share the news with friends and family) so they can tailor your treatment and can be avoid any potentially harmful ingredients.

    Be particularly careful about your skin treatment during pregnancy. Not only is your body undergoing rapid changes at this time, there is also the possibility of chemicals being absorbed into the skin. Ideally, any treatment you have should be very mild. Also, test for potential adverse reactions before using anything, even for treatments you’ve had in the past as your skin can be unpredictable at this time.

    #814
    ReyLight
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    I’ve head light therapy is effective for depression during pregnancy is this true?

    #840
    kimmy123
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    @Marianne thank you so much I will let my friend know about this.


    @ReyLight
    well, it has an effect for SAD and I guess it is not a surprise if it can help with pregnancy post partum.

    #916
    Markus
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    Hi, regarding about this topic, it’s safe for pregnant women even breastfeeding and it also helps on getting a good night sleep and relax your body.

    #935
    Honey
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    @Markus that’s what she’s upset about if ever it is not safe for her. Good thing it is safe and she is still using it now.

    #996
    GeoLad
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    I am glad it is safe even if my wife is not pregnant. lol

    #1006
    itstrisha001
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    Well, much better to check some information first before trying this out specially for pregnant women.

    #1050
    Honey
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    Thermal injury can occur even without pain. Also, pregnant women, people with heart diseases, and those who are sick should never undergo infrared therapy.

    #1095
    kimmy123
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    Hello @Honey why not? Can you tell me what will be the problem?

    #1132
    Honey
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    @kimmy123 just like how testosterone improvement works, there are certain areas that you should avoid when doing RLT during pregnancy. I would suggest to do not directly focus the light on the belly/bump area.

    #1143
    Ozuna
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    #1178
    mommyheart
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    If she will only use it on her face, I think personally it is better than using creams and serums. Some creams and serums are not safe for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.

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