Pregnancy and Nail Services

Pregnancy is a time of joy, excitement and, often times, uncertainty. One thing you should never have to worry about is if your beauty services are safe for you and your unborn baby, especially when they can be so helpful in calming your nerves. Over the next few weeks we will be covering all the ins and outs of pregnancy and beauty services, starting with nail services.

Over the years nail services have been notorious for requiring the use of many harmful chemicals to work properly, such as formaldehyde and tourmaline. These are chemicals that due to many of their harmful side effects, pregnant and non-pregnant women alike would be wise to avoid.

Luckily, many of the largest polish brands are now proudly 3-Free. This means they free of the three most toxic chemicals: formaldehyde, toluene and DBP. At Designer’s Denn we use OPI’s high quality nail polishes that are proudly 3 free meaning you can continue to get your manicures and pedicures for your entire pregnancy, provided you are having a healthy pregnancy. If you’re having any sort of complications, it’s always recommended to get the ok from your doctor before getting any kinds of services.

All of our nail offerings are suitable for pregnancy, however our prenatal services are specifically tailored for women suffering from pregnancy induced swelling, featuring a cooling massage designed to reduce fluid retention. If swelling is not an issue for you, we recommend our Signature services. Featuring a soothing massage, scrub and paraffin and finished with a professional polish application, you’re sure to leave refreshed, relaxed, and invigorated.

Give our front desk staff a call to schedule your nail services today!


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