Which Cosmetic Treatments Are Safe During Pregnancy?

08 Sep 2021 / Treatments
Which Cosmetic Treatments Are Safe During Pregnancy?

If there’s ever a time that women deserve a little extra pampering, it’s during pregnancy. In between all of the exciting baby prepping like nursery decorating and baby product research, mums-to-be need some time to just kick back and relax, and there’s no better way to do so than with cosmetic treatments.

While you are pregnant, however, you have to pay close attention to what you are putting in or on your body. Can you maintain your regular facials? Keep up with waxing? Here is a quick list of treatments that you can and cannot enjoy during pregnancy.

Cosmetic treatments to avoid during pregnancy

  • Laser treatments
  • Peels
  • CoolSculpting

Cosmetic treatments that are safe during pregnancy

Facials: Luckily, you can still enjoy a range of facials for some extra R&R during pregnancy. These are the pregnancy-safe facials available at Victoria’s:

  • Fire and Ice Facials
  • Victorias Basic Facial
  • ZO Basic Facial

Beauty Therapy: You can still maintain a few of your beauty therapy appointments during your entire pregnancy, including the following:

  • All waxing
  • Basic manicures & pedicures
  • Eyelash extensions
  • Brow & lash tinting

What about skincare products?

There are certain skincare ingredients that you should avoid during pregnancy, including any products with Vitamin A. In our online shop, if you see our “Safe During Pregnancy & Breastfeeding” logo, you can feel free to continue using those products.

Book A Pregnancy-Safe Appointment With Us

If you are looking for some self-love during pregnancy, come visit our team for any of our pregnancy-safe facials or beauty treatments! You can book an appointment online here or call the salon at 63310377.

If you have to take a break from your regular treatments, we can’t wait to see you again after your little one has arrived safely and you are cleared to continue treatments.

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