Breastfeeding Skincare: What’s Safe for Baby and Helps You Retain Your Beauty?

There is no greater joy than becoming a mom. But those late nights of fleeting sleep can take a major toll on your appearance. As you nurse your baby, you need to eat well yourself to provide the best nourishment. On the outside, you’ll have to nurture your skin as well. After all, that lack of sleep is going to embed itself in forever lines on your face.

So, while grandma watches the baby and gets in snuggles of her own, you rush out to find something to help stave off the hands of time and prevent them from marching all over your face. It is here that most women would reach for retinol.

But, no! Not you! Breastfeeding moms can’t use retinol. You probably knew it was a no-no during pregnancy as it can cause birth defects, but as long as you’re breastfeeding, this derivative of vitamin A is still off limits.

That’s disheartening since it has always been the only ingredient in skincare that has been clinically-proven to smooth away lines. It also clears up acne too.

Forms of Retinol to Avoid

Retinol can be in hidden forms in the products you choose. While you’re breastfeeding, avoid any products that list any of these things:

  • Retinoic acid
  • Differin
  • Adapalene
  • Retin-A
  • Renova
  • Tretinoin
  • Retinyl linoleate
  • Retinyl palmitate
  • Tazorac
  • Avage
  • Tazarotene

There is some good news though.

A new plant-based alternative is hitting the mainstream, and it’s safe for use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Retinol’s Safer, Plant-Based Alternative

While retinol isn’t harmful as long as you’re not pregnant or breastfeeding, when you are with child or even nursing a child, you’ll have to stay away. That’s where bakuchiol comes in. It’s an ideal and proven replacement, plus, if you want to keep a more green lifestyle, this is a great step in the right direction.

Benefits of Bakuchiol

Bakuchiol is used in traditional Ayurvedic and Chinese medicines to soothe skin diseases. Studies have found it to be as effective as retinol, and what’s more, it doesn’t cause dryness or flakiness that retinol users commonly report.

Babchi Plant (Psoralea Coryfloria)

Since it’s been used for ages with plentiful success and has been shown to be safe during pregnancy and while breastfeeding. Choosing skincare products that have it is a smarter choice.

Lactic acid, vitamin C, and probiotics are also deemed safe for their various uses. Lactic acid is great for exfoliating while vitamin C is ideal to brighten up skin. Probiotics helps balance skin, especially blemish-prone skin types.

In Conclusion

Using each to help round out your skincare will do wonders, though if you want to minimize those frown lines and forehead wrinkles while you bring your baby into the world and nurse him into healthy toddlerhood, reach for the bakuchiol.

Organic Bakuchiol Serum is an ideal choice that uses pure ingredients you can feel confident using from pregnancy to breastfeeding and beyond!

Use this special moment to focus your attention where it is needed most. The greatest gift you can give to your kids is your full presence.

Coming Soon: Organic Bakuchiol Serum

As a company who prides itself on using all-natural and organic ingredients that are at the forefront of their time, it only makes sense that we are one of the first to use USDA organic bakuchiol extract as one of the botanicals in our products.

Everjoyn’s Organic Bakuchiol Serum is the world’s first USDA organic alternative to retinol and it’s going to be available soon!

With only a limited quantity to start off with, we would love to have you be one of the first to get your hands on this plant-based retinol alternative!

Simply click below to sign-up and we will inform you first so you can get your hands on this limited-supply when it comes to market!

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