Topical hyaluronic acid and pregnancy

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- Emollients (to soften the skin), which contain stearic, linoleic, linolenic, oleic and lauric acid, isopropyl myristate, palmitate or stearate, ceramides, almond oil, castor oil, cholesterol, pine tar, beeswax. - Humectants (attract water in the skin), which contain glycerin (glycerine, glycerol), glycolic acid, honey, hyaluronic acid, lactic acid, sorbitol. SIDE EFFECTS of certain skin products: - Dimethicone cream (skin softener) may cause itch or burn.
[7][8] Another study, though lacking a placebo control, examined a cream (Verum) containing vitamin E, panthenol, hyaluronic acid, elastin and menthol. It was associated with fewer stretch marks during pregnancy versus no treatment.[9] Though cocoa butter is an effective moisturizer, no research studies have shown its ability to either prevent stretchmarks, or to reduce their appearance once a stretch mark has already formed.
Well, I happened to have some topical lidocaine left over from my previous surgery and brought it with me before I got the shots. I can attest that the topical anesthetic makes a BIG difference on how well I tolerated the injections. I knew where I had missed smearing the lidocaine as soon as the needle touched my skin. I don't think I could have gone through the entire procedure had I not had the lidocaine.
At 2weeks for me i was hurting so bad i thought i had messed up my fusion. So i went to see my my doc and had an xray and was told it was fine. He gave me a RX and said it was my last one. So i have had nothing for pain since 3 weeks after surgery.
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