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Old 02-07-2013  
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Default Re: Are cosmetics bad for pregnant women?

I guess a little won't be harmful. Just the right amount to put a little color or add some "flush" to our skin should be fine.
 
Old 02-10-2013  
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I've been wearing make up when I was pregnant... not everyday and not really heavy. Just a bit of face powder, a bit of blush on, mascara, and a gloss. My baby's fine! I guess you just don't have to over do it. ^^
 
Old 02-11-2013  
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Check out www.lavera.com
They got a wide array of cosmetics which are all natural, organic and cruelty free. Extra appealing for the animal lovers in us!
 
Old 02-22-2013  
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I've recently discovered Saffron Rouge. I may not be pregnant but I feel like I'll be a fan of their organic cosmetics, especially the "Raw coconut cream" make-up remover which made my facial cleaning more heavenly. A bit expensive but extremely effective for me especially for my eyelashes.
 
Old 03-07-2013  
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Yes, I've heard lavera is awesome but need to figure out a way if they could ship to UK, cadelaria.
 
Old 03-10-2013  
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Yes, I've heard lavera is awesome but need to figure out a way if they could ship to UK, cadelaria.
Never heard if they ship to UK too. I think it's better to contact their customer support team to confirm this.
 
Old 03-13-2013  
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I've recently discovered Saffron Rouge. I may not be pregnant but I feel like I'll be a fan of their organic cosmetics, especially the "Raw coconut cream" make-up remover which made my facial cleaning more heavenly. A bit expensive but extremely effective for me especially for my eyelashes.
Ooh, looks like one great product! Will Google it now... Thanks hun!
 
Old 03-14-2013  
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I've been wearing make up when I was pregnant... not everyday and not really heavy. Just a bit of face powder, a bit of blush on, mascara, and a gloss. My baby's fine! I guess you just don't have to over do it. ^^
I personally don't see any problems with make-up during pregancy. It actually makes me feel good about myself
 
Old 03-20-2013  
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I personally don't see any problems with make-up during pregancy. It actually makes me feel good about myself
Less is ok but with the phthalates and paraben present on cosmetics these days, it's sure scary hun.
 
Old 03-24-2013  
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Never heard if they ship to UK too. I think it's better to contact their customer support team to confirm this.
Yes, that's the best thing to do. I'll do it myself too if I get a chance and get back to you!
 
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