Have Acne? Wrinkles? Find Out Why (And What to Do)
Understanding the hormonal changes your body is going through can help you keep pesky skin problems to a minimum
Of course, when you're pregnant, it's important to be careful with what you put into -- and on -- your body. (Learn about the 8 ingredients to avoid while pregnant.) As doctors Rodan and Fields say, "we're often asked whether various drugs or procedures are safe during pregnancy. Our response is generally this: It's always best to wait until after delivery and breastfeeding to start on any kind of new treatment or medicine. Not only is the physiology of your body in a constant state of flux but also the health and wellbeing of your baby are your first priority."
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