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Is Ole Henriksen Goodnight Glow Retin-ALT Sleeping Crème safe for pregnancy?

Is this safe for pregnancy? I am TTC and obviously I will check with my doc if I do get pregnant, but am getting mixed reviews from people about it being safe (bakuchiol, stem cells, etc). I've already started trying to rotate products out that I know I'd have to give up for sure, but will be disappointed to have to let this go. I finally found my HG night cream, and it does wonders for my skin.

RE: Is Ole Henriksen Goodnight Glow Retin-ALT Sleeping Crème safe for pregnancy?

This is a retinol ALTernative! Great because it doesn’t have any retinol, but a natural ingredient that mimics the results a retinol would offer. It is always best to check with your doctor, but this is a good jumping off point. Plus Ole is a clean brand which is an added benefit.

Is Ole Henriksen Goodnight Glow Retin-ALT Sleeping Crème safe for pregnancy?

I have consistently heard that all retinols should be avoided during pregnancy. Obviously your doctor should have the final say, and the truth is that there isn't going to be a lot of research to read because scientists don't experiment on pregnant women. And for good reason, because when it comes down to it, is it worth the risk?
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