Pregnancy safe

Pregnancy-safe cosmetics

At MiiN Trade, you'll find a wide range of Korean cosmetics that are safe to use during pregnancy.

Each of these products, although imported directly from Korea, meets the quality requirements of the European Union.

As cosmetics experts, we test all the products in our catalogue to ensure that they're completely safe to use while pregnant and nursing.

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MONO EYESHADOW  921 ALLURE
  • New
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SLOWLY SUN SERUM
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HONEST LIP BALM
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NEWTINOL TONER
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THE SERUM CLEANSER
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NUTRI DIVE CREAM
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PHA PEELING TONER
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PHA PEELING GEL - BENTON
  • Coming soon!
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Niacinamide 10%
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TANGERINE SERUM
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FRUITY GLAM TINT
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WATER WASH BALM
Juice to Cleanse

WATER WASH BALM

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CICALURONIC SERUM
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RICE BRAN SHEET MASK
HOUSE OF DOHWA

RICE BRAN SHEET MASK

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COLLAGEN 100
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BAT EYE MASK - WISH FORMULA
Wish Formula

BAT EYE MASK

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Pregnancy skincare tips

  • Wear sunscreen every day. Hormonal changes can cause skin discolouration, and sun exposure can make it worse.
  • To manage breakouts, consider using mild AHAs (such as lactic acid) or PHAs to exfoliate, but always with caution and make sure you consult a dermatologist.
  • Consider adding antioxidants to your routine!

Skincare during pregnancy: what should you avoid?

  • Vitamin A-derived ingredients: retinol, retinoic acid, retinaldehyde and retinyl palmitate.
  • Essential oils: They're generally not recommended during pregnancy due to possible allergic reactions or skin irritation. This is particularly true in the case of citrus essential oils. For the baby's safety, it's best to avoid them altogether or use them in very small doses.
  • Fragrances: Try to limit your exposure to perfumes and their allergens as much as possible. They carry similar risks to essential oils, particularly in terms of triggering adverse reactions, which can be more difficult to manage during pregnancy.
  • BHA/Salicylic acid and its derivatives: As a lipid-soluble acid, it has a greater ability to penetrate deeply into the skin. Although small amounts typically found in cosmetics (2% or less) are generally safe, it is advisable to be cautious.
  • Caffeine: Often found in eye creams products, it's usually listed in the INCI as Caffeine, Coffea Arabica or Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract. It's best to avoid these as they are stimulants that can potentially enter the bloodstream and reach the foetus.