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    What can you use to safely treat acne during pregnancy?

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    What can you use to safely treat acne during pregnancy?

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    The best way to treat acne during pregnancy is by washing skin gently with an oil- and alcohol-free cleanser.  

    Pregnancy hormones can cause acne breakouts. But many common acne treatments are not safe during pregnancy. Retinoid medications, oral tetracyclines, hormonal treatments, and even some over-the-counter meds can cause birth defects. Check with your doctor before using any acne meds.

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    The best way to treat acne during pregnancy is by washing skin gently with an oil- and alcohol-free cleanser.

    Pregnancy hormones can cause acne breakouts. But many common acne treatments are not safe during pregnancy. Retinoid medications, oral tetracyclines, hormonal treatments, and even some over-the-counter meds can cause birth defects. Check with your doctor before using any acne meds.

    Oops! You missed this one.

    The best way to treat acne during pregnancy is by washing skin gently with an oil- and alcohol-free cleanser.

    Pregnancy hormones can cause acne breakouts. But many common acne treatments are not safe during pregnancy. Retinoid medications, oral tetracyclines, hormonal treatments, and even some over-the-counter meds can cause birth defects. Check with your doctor before using any acne meds.

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    The best way to treat acne during pregnancy is by washing skin gently with an oil- and alcohol-free cleanser.

    Pregnancy hormones can cause acne breakouts. But many common acne treatments are not safe during pregnancy. Retinoid medications, oral tetracyclines, hormonal treatments, and even some over-the-counter meds can cause birth defects. Check with your doctor before using any acne meds.

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