Pregnancy Skin Care Dayton OH

Find top doctors who perform Pregnancy Skin Care in Dayton, OH. Whether you’re seeking treatment or looking to schedule a preventative screening, we can connect you with the best dermatologists near you in Dayton, OH.

Local Businesses

Apesos James

5441 Far Hills Avenue
Dayton, OH 45429

Robert George Chami

(937) 396-8001
580 Lincoln Park Blvd – Suite 300
Dayton, OH 45429

Heidi B Donnelly

(937) 293-5567
500 Lincoln Park Blvd – Suite 200
Dayton, OH 45429

William C Rigano

(937) 293-3800
500 Lincoln Park Blvd – Suite 203
Dayton, OH 45429

Wright State Physicians-Dermatology

(937) 224-7546
1 Elizabeth Pl # 200
Dayton, OH 45417

Shannon Verma

1 Elizabeth Pl
Dayton, OH 45408

Armstrong Norman E Do

31 Stanfield Place
Dayton, OH 45402

Rigano, William C – Advanced Breast & Cosmetic

(937) 293-3800
500 Lincoln Park Blvd # 203
Dayton, OH 45401

Wound Care Center

(937) 438-5333
30 W Rahn Rd Ste 1
Dayton, OH 45429

Dermatologists Of Southwest Ohio

(937) 291-8814
5300 Far Hills Ave Ste 215
Dayton, OH 45429

Martha A Hickmann

(937) 275-6647
6210 N Main St
Dayton, OH 45415

Philip A Weisman

6441 Far Hills Ave
Dayton, OH 45459

Chiang, Charles

1 Elizabeth Pl
Dayton, OH 45408

Tigyer Lance M Do

(937) 428-0400
7677 Yankee St # 101
Dayton, OH 45459

Hickman, Martha

6210 N Main St
Dayton, OH 45415

Trevino, Julian J – Wright State Physicians

(937) 224-7546
1 Wyoming St
Dayton, OH 45408

R. Michael Johnson

30 E. Apple Street Wright State Univ Suite 2200
Dayton, OH 45409

Venanzi, William

4881 Sugar Maple Dr
Dayton, OH 45433

Reeder, Christopher Do – Wound Care Ctr

(937) 438-5333
30 W Rahn Rd
Dayton, OH 45401

Raymond A Schwab

(937) 257-1574
4881 Sugar Maple Dr
Dayton, OH 45433

Pregnancy Skin Care FAQ in Dayton, OH

What moisturizer can I use while pregnant?

For Dr. Nava Greenfield of Schweiger Dermatology Group in Brooklyn, moisturizers that are not anti-aging, which she says would likely contain an acid, are fine to use during pregnancy. She recommends Cerave moisturizer and SkinCeuticals’ Triple Lipid cream, which she cautions is pricey.

Why face looks dull in pregnancy?

This is called ‘chloasma’. It is also sometimes known as ‘melasma’ or the ‘mask of pregnancy’. Chloasma is thought to be due to stimulation of pigment-producing cells by female sex hormones so that they produce more melanin pigments (dark coloured pigments) when the skin is exposed to sun.

Does skincare really affect pregnancy?

Most over-the-counter skin care products are safe during pregnancy. However, it is a good idea to avoid certain ingredients, such as retinoids, hydroqui, and phthalates. Skin changes such as stretch marks, dryness, and hyperpigmentation can all happen during pregnancy.

Can I use retinol while pregnant?

Because of these known risks from oral retinoids, doctors recommend that you avoid products containing retinol as well during pregnancy.

Which oil is best for pregnancy stretch marks?

Argan oil. Argan essential oil is a popular natural product for skin and hair care. Bitter almond oil. Bitter orange oil. Lavender oil. Neroli oil. Patchouli oil. Pomegranate oil. Frankincense essential oil.

What can I use instead of salicylic acid during pregnancy?

Glycolic Acid For another alternative to salicylic acid, Dr. Engelman suggests glycolic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that’s derived from sugarcane. “It’s an effective anti-acne ingredient that’s safe to use during pregnancy,” she says.

What makes a pregnant woman glow?

When you’re pregnant, your body shifts the production of certain hormones, such as progesterone, increasing the amount of oil that your skin produces. These hormonal shifts cause your skin to look brighter. The increase in blood flow and extra volume also make your skin brighter.

How can I clear my face during pregnancy?

Wash problem areas with a gentle cleanser. Twice a day, use your hands to wash your face with a mild soap and warm water. Shampoo regularly. Don’t pick or squeeze blemishes. Avoid irritants. Watch what touches your skin.

Is CeraVe safe for pregnancy?

Is CeraVe cream safe during pregnancy? ‘Yes this moisturiser is safe to use in pregnancy. Be careful to check the ingredients of your other CeraVe products though as some would not be safe to use in pregnancy owing to retinols or unknown concentrations of salicylic acid,’ reveals Dr Mennie.

Can I use serums while pregnant?

Vitamin A derivatives (which can be listed under many names, including retinoic acid, tretinoin, palmitate and retinaldehyde) are commonly found in acne treatments and anti-aging serums. Products containing retinols have been linked to severe birth defects and should be avoided during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

What shampoo should I avoid when pregnant?

You’ve probably heard many recommendations to steer clear of shampoos and soaps with sulfates, a chemical that acts as a foaming agent. Prolonged exposure to sulfates can cause issues with the nervous system and kidney and liver function. Short-term, if ingested, sulfates can cause vomiting, diarrhea, and nausea.

Is Bio Oil safe for pregnancy?

Concerning the level of vitamin A in Bio-Oil Skincare Oil, it is low enough to render it harmless to the unborn child. By including vitamin A at a low level, Bio-Oil Skincare Oil provides pregnant women with the benefits of vitamin A without any safety risk.