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Pregnancy Safe Products from Westman Atelier

Pregnancy Safe Products from Westman Atelier

Pregnancy safe beauty products can be super difficult and confusing. I have an entire guide devoted to what products are safe to use while pregnant including information on what ingredients to avoid while pregnant and a huge list of pregnancy safe skincare products. The list has gotten so large that I’ve decided to start listing brands in their own individual posts.

Here you’ll find pregnancy safe products from Westman Atelier as of 1/4/2021. If it is not safe, I’ll tell you why. All of the products meet my pregnancy safe criteria. If they release a new product that is not listed here, please comment below and I will add it. Note I will link to every product directly to avoid confusion. You’ll know exactly which product I mean.

Please refer to my post on pregnancy safe makeup, where I explain why you don’t need to worry about your mascara, powders, eyeliners, brow products, etc. I do not review these products.

How to Request a Product Review

I try to review all of the products that I can when I publish a list. Note, I am in the US and I only have access to US products. Please don’t be rude if I skipped your favorite cleanser, when items are out of stock sometimes they aren’t on the brand’s site, or maybe you are in Asia and I am in the US.

I reserve the comments on each post for reviews of product from that brand, this makes it easier for others to find products later. Please only ask about Westman Atelier on this post, I will delete other product questions. You can find other brands here. If your brand is not included, please ask on the brand list post.

Pregnancy and Nursing Safe Products from Westman Atelier

Baby Cheeks Blush Stick (at Sephora, Bergdorf, Violet Grey)
Face Trace Contour Stick (at Sephora, Bergdorf, Violet Grey)
Lip Suede (at Sephora, Bergdorf, Violet Grey)
Lit Up Highlight Stick (at Sephora, Bergdorf, Violet Grey)
Super Loaded Tinted Highlight (at Sephora, Bergdorf, Violet Grey)
Vital Skin Foundation Stick (at Sephora, Bergdorf, Violet Grey)

Not Safe for Pregnancy, Ok for Nursing

• None

Not Safe for Pregnancy or Nursing

• None

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6 Comments

  1. 1.23.21
    RS said:

    Hello,
    Should we be concerned about alcohol and other forms of alcohol such as Isostearyl alcohol in the Vital Foundation Stick? (And alcohol in makeups in general)?
    I also see Squalane In the ingredients list of this foundation without mentioning the source. If the squalane is not plant-based but from shark liver oil, it will not be pregnant safe, right?
    Thank you.

    • 1.23.21
      Christine said:

      The source of the squalene doesn’t matter as the chemical structure is the same.

      • 1.23.21
        RS said:

        Thank you. Would you please also review my first question above about alcohol?

        • 1.23.21
          Christine said:

          You don’t need to be worried about those other forms of alcohol either, that’s why I don’t screen them out. Info on what to worry about here: skincare ingredients to avoid during pregnancy

          • 1.25.21
            RS said:

            Thank you. I was actually asking about alcohol in my original question. The foundation contains ALCOHOL (and also other forms of alcohol). I did read your list of ingredients to avoid but I’m just trying to get more educated on why alcohol is fine in beauty products but not to avoid as in food and drinks during pregnancy and breastfeeding?

          • 1.26.21
            Christine said:

            It’s very different between topical use and drinking. The form of alcohol is different first of all, and when you apply topically and pretty much evaporates, it doesn’t really get absorbed into your body. The form that you drink is definitely easily in a measurable level in your blood stream, and we don’t know at what exposure level we need to worry that the baby would develop fetal alcohol syndrome, so we say to avoid. Not all alcohols are alcohol like you’re used to thinking about it in an adult beverage, the chemical structure name refers to something different. It’s an -OH on a chemical structure, not something that will all act the same.

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