Nail polish is harmful during pregnancy?

Arab women are always amazed by their beauty and elegance, and always love to show the most beautiful view. For this reason, the pregnant woman takes care of the beauty of her hands and feet by always putting the mask. However, many women wonder whether nail polish is safe during pregnancy.

The answer is yes! Nail polish is safe during pregnancy as long as it is free of three types of chemicals: Toluene, formaldehyde and Dibotilftalt. Toluene is a colorless liquid that gives nail polish smooth and makes it dry quickly. When this substance is released into the air, it causes headaches, dizziness, fatigue, and aches in the eyes and throat. This substance is dangerous to the fetus because it is transmitted from the mother to the fetus through the placenta.

Formaldehyde is a preservative for nail polish but is considered carcinogenic. Therefore, the holder is prevented from placing the nail polish that contains this material. For Depotilftalt, it is commonly used in plastic products, and gives the nail polish a distinctive luster. Nail polish containing this substance has been shown to cause damage to the fetus’s genitals.

Therefore, nail polish, which contains these substances during pregnancy, should be removed completely and the nail polish made from natural water or that is free from the three harmful substances should be selected. Your last advice to keep your health and your baby healthy during pregnancy is to open all doors and windows at home when applying nail polish to reduce your inhalation of other chemicals.

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