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  • Breastfeeding & hydrafacial treatment

    Hi there,

    I was wondering if the ingredients in the hydrafacial treatment could pose risk to an infant who is breastfeeding. Many thanks for your help. Kind regards

    Active 4- Ingredient Highlights:
    • Glucosamine HCI – Exfoliator
    • Algae Extract – Calm and Soothe
    • Lactic Acid – Exfoliator
    Rinseaway Ingredient Highlights:
    • Water (Aqua)
    • Butylene Glycol
    • Phenoxyethanol
    • Ethylhexylglycerin
    • Potassium Sorbate
    • Disodium EDTA Copper
    • Tromethamine
    Glysal prep Ingredient Highlights:
    • Glycolic Acid 7.5%– Exfoliator
    • Salicylic Acid 2% -1Exfoliator
    Antiox+ Ingredient Highlights:
    • LMW Hyaluronic Acid – Moisturizer
    • Miehei Mucor Extract – Gentle enzymatic brightener
    • Green Tea Extract – Antioxidant
    • Arnica Flower Extract – Calms
    • Copper PCA/Magnesium PCA/Zinc PCA – Mineral Peptides
    • Red Algae Extract – Brightening and stimulates collagen

    Beta-HD Ingredient Highlights:
    • Honey Extract – Hydrating
    • Salicylic Acid – Exfoliator
    • Spiraea Ulmaria Flower Extract – Calms and soothes
    • Willow Bark Extract – Exfoliator
    • Tasmanian Pepper – Anti-inflammatory

  • #2
    Krao:

    I'm sorry, but I don't know anything about most of these ingredients. Generally, most substances applied topically are not well absorbed systemically. For absorption to happen, creams need special substances added to enhance transcutaneous absorption. I don't see any such substances that would do this.

    But I can't tell you this stuff is safe.

    Tom Hale PhD.

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