May 12, 2022
Women are very concerned about their appearance. They will wear makeup seriously and dress up beautifully before going out. When applying the makeup, you need to use a lot of makeup, such as eye shadow, eye mascara, etc. So can pregnants use eye shadow and eye mascara?
1. Can pregnant women use eye shadow and eye mascara?
Eye shadow, eye mascara and other make-up contain some heavy metal components and even some chemical components that are harmful to the body, these substances will affect the development of the fetus. In particular, heavy metals such as lead, mercury, and arsenic may cause fetal malformations and may lead to miscarriage of pregnants. Therefore, pregnants cannot use eye shadow and eye mascara. For the healthy development of the fetus, it is best to stay away from these makeup.
Not only eye shadow and eye mascara are not suitable for pregnants, but also some makeup products such as high coverage liquid foundation and concealer are also recommended for pregnants to stay away from, so as to avoid the harmful ingredients in these makeups entering the placenta through the blood circulation of pregnants, thus affecting the normal development of the fetus. Even for daily skin care products, pregnants need to choose carefully. It is best to use moisturizing products, and do not use whitening and freckle-removing products. Try to buy skin care products with moisturizing effects of plant ingredients, which can not only reduce skin irritation to pregnants but also be more conducive to the development of the fetus. Moreover, the skin of pregnants is relatively dry, and they should also use skin care products with moisturizing effect.
2. What if the eye mascara binds?
The eye mascara can make your eyes look beautiful. Have you ever encountered it binds after applying the eye mascara? In fact, in this case, you still have to think about it calmly. If there is always agglomeration after applying the eye mascara, it may be that your posture of brushing eye mascara is wrong.
Correct posture for brushing eye mascara: before brushing eye mascara, you need to wipe off the excess paste on the brush head with a tissue. If your lashes feel sticky after applying, you can use a metal bristle to gently brush your lashes, just like brushing your hair every morning. If the above work has been done and the eye mascara still feels sticky, you are best to buy a new eye mascara. After all, the service life of eye mascara is only three months, so don't be hesitate to throw it away.