There’s still research rolling in on blue light, though from what experts can see, there’s a chance that rays emitted from screens and certain light bulbs can photoage the skin, meaning it can break down collagen and create pigmentation. “There are two types of blue light: Blue light that comes from the environment, and blue light that comes from our screens. Both can be combated with serums that are high in antioxidants,” says Valledor. “Blue light has been pegged to break down collagen, so stem cells and ingredients that increase collagen production are good to incorporate.” Using a blue-light-specific SPF is helpful, as well as layering serums that contain protective ingredients. “The Goodhabit product is fantastic. It protects against blue light but also is extremely hydrating leaving the skin with radiance and glow,” says Dr. Gohara. “It helps to enhance the skin barrier, leaving irritants less likely to inflame the skin.”
Even with new innovations in pregnancy-safe serums, experts agree that you should still check with your doctor before starting any new product. “That being said, Vitamin C and other antioxidants and peptides are what you should be looking for when shopping for pregnancy serums,” says Dr. Gohara, who suggests avoiding retinoids and beta hydroxy acids as a rule. McLeod-Valentine also suggests checking ingredient lists on your current routine as well. “If you use products with hydroquinone to treat pigmentation this will have to stop, as your body absorbs a large percentage of the ingredient,” he says. “The Mutha No.1 serum is the perfect combination of hydrators, actives, antioxidants and skin nourishers to leave skin conditioned, balanced, restored and protected!” True Botanicals includes chebula in its new serum, a powerful ayurvedic antioxidant, to address multiple concerns like fine lines, skin tone, roughness, firming, and brightening. It’s also Made Safe certified, aka free of toxic chemicals and endocrine disruptors.
“Calming serums are designed to do just as the name suggests: calm the skin,” says Dr. Few. “For consumers with sensitive, dry skin, a calming serum is an amazing addition to their daily skin-care regimen. The ingredients in a calming serum work to reduce redness and strengthen the skin’s naturally protective layers.” McLeod-Valentine likes The Organic Pharmacy Skin Rescue Serum, which he considers “a perfect soothing serum using tamanu and chamomile and hyaluronic acid,” as well as Naturopathica Marshmallow & Ceramide Sensitivity Soothing Serum for its lightweight, milky formula. The CBD in Brown Girl Jane’s Glow Serum works as an anti-inflammatory to soothe skin. Dale suggests looking for familiar remedies: “If you have really sensitive skin that tends to be a bit reactive, you want to look for soothing ingredients like aloe, arnica, calendula, colloidal oatmeal. These are ingredients that help reduce redness and inflammation.”
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