Not much longer now until I get to meet my little girl :). I was wondering if anyone changed to using organic skin care products (shampoos, conditioners, lotions, etc.) and food? I did not and I'm just concerned for the health of my baby since these products have chemicals in them. Will she still be healthy even if I used regular products? How much of these things absorb into the skin? Thanks so much!
I used regular everything (except bathroom cleaning products) throughout all three of my pregnancies and my girls are perfectly healthy. I still have to wait to meet #3 (our boy) but I'm sure he will be just as healthy. I don't think you have anything to worry about. I personally, don't know anyone who used organic products except for the odd fruit or veggie.
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