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No Permanent Cosmetics While Pregnant

Pregnant? Now’s NOT The Time For Permanent Cosmetics

Can I be pregnant or breastfeeding and get a tattoo?
Answer: Jill won’t do it!
Why: You won’t forgive yourself if your baby gets sick, cries wrong, gets colic the day after your tattoo, gets gas or whatever reason!

Truth is, we just don’t know how much of anything enters our system. Some doctors say we shouldn’t use topical such as Retina -A or glycolic creams…much less a tattoo. As a mom, I say why risk it?

No Permanent Cosmetics While Pregnant
Another reason not to consider permanent cosmetics during pregnancy, or while breastfeeding, is that we really don’t know how the stress of getting tattooed while pregnant can affect the unborn child, or how it will affect a child you may be breastfeeding.

Stress has been shown to have very real effects on our bodies, as well as our moods, so the safest course of action is to delay your permanent cosmetics until you’re no longer pregnant or breastfeeding.

Your face will always be with you; waiting a little longer to ensure the health and safety of your baby is the most important thing you can do right now.

Don’t worry, we’ll still be here for you after your child is born, and you’ll be glad you waited!

If you or someone you know is interested in Permanent Makeup, please feel free to contact us for a consultation, or stop by anytime.
We’d love to see you!

[trx_infobox style=”info” closeable=”no” color=”#FFFFFF” bg_color=”#9BD0E0″ top=”2em” bottom=”2em” left=”2em” right=”2em”]Written by Christina Molcillo

I’m an experienced creative writer with an MFA and a background developing online content. This includes blogging, social media, articles, and press releases. I’m a current member of the National Writers Union, and the National Association of Independent Writers and Editors. I’m also a client of Jills, and am pleased to help craft personal and informative articles about all the services Timeless Skin Spa has to offer![/trx_infobox]

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