What nail polish is safe during pregnancy?

Midwife Hannah Harvey recommends nail brand OPI and their acetone-free nail varnish remover as pregnancy-safe.

Can I use nail polish if I’m pregnant?

While traditional nail polish is considered safe during pregnancy, experts do suggest you avoid gel polishes and manicures. The effects of gel manicures during pregnancy hasn’t been widely studied, and the ultraviolet lights used to set the gel is something you want to avoid while pregnant.

Is Olive and June nail polish safe for pregnancy?

Non-toxic Nails:

Olive and June: Our go-to glow zone. Make sure to specifically ask for the Emma or Margeaux mani/pedi, as these both use completely natural products and are such an indulgent treat for pregnancy mamas.

Can you dye your hair during pregnancy?

The chemicals in permanent and semi-permanent hair dyes are not highly toxic. Most research, although limited, shows it’s safe to colour your hair while pregnant. Some studies have found that very high doses of the chemicals in hair dyes may cause harm.

Is deodorant safe during pregnancy?

Look closely at the label of your favorite deodorant now that you’re pregnant. You want to steer clear of parabens, which are preservatives that have been linked to birth defects. And anything containing synthetic fragrance is definitely questionable.

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Is it bad to be a nail tech while pregnant?

All the medical, chemical, and workplace hazard experts NAILS interviewed agree that a pregnant nail technician can continue working in the salon unless she is experiencing ether medical problems or she is unwilling to work safely.

Can you get a no chip manicure when pregnant?

Skip the no-chip

While there isn’t any hard evidence against no-chip polishes, the process to apply and remove them is riskier and if possible, should be avoided if you are pregnant or nursing.

Does hair dye hurt your unborn child?

Small amounts of hair dye can get on your skin during a treatment. Although dye may come into contact with your forehead or scalp, only a small amount of the chemical is actually absorbed into your skin. It’s a small amount, so the chemical is unlikely to have any harmful effect on your baby’s developing body.