Nothing can make a bride more happy than flawless skin on her wedding day. A clear complexion, taut skin, small pores, radiance and even skin tone are the top most priorities for a blushing bride on her big day. It takes away the pressure from resorting to a tonne of make-up to make a bride look her best. Make-up surely helps in enhancing your beauty and adding a pop of colour but it’s important that your skin glows from within and is at it’s peak of health and vitality.
Indulge in Stem Cell Facials and Oxygen Infusing Facials at least 6-8 weeks before the wedding. This will encourage skin cell turnover which is naturally pretty slow in the skin and also add an intense boost of hydration precisely to all areas of the face that need it. Hydrated skin that is fresh and radiant without any dry flaky areas is always easy to work with.
Make Glycolic Acid, Lactic Acid and Salicylic Acids your best friends. Revamp your skincare wardrobe with products that have these ingredients listed on them and you’ll see a dramatic improvement in your skin tone and texture. Salicylic acid in skincare products is mild but still effective at keeping pores clean inside out and preventing breakouts like no other. Glycolic Acid on the other hand has amazing skin peeling benefits where it works to fade pigmentation, sun spots, scars and marks overnight.
If you want faster results or have acne scars that are old, perhaps from teenage acne then you might need a Derma Roller treatment. Old scars are difficult to fade just with skincare as they have become strong now and are protected by lots of layers of skin on top. Derma Roller with its 0.5mm needle penetrates through the epidermis and stimulates collagen and elastin production.
It also tricks the skin into thinking it has been ‘injured’, forcing it to produce new skin cells. As you continue doing the treatment over a period of weeks, new skin cells will slowly take over the acne marks and blemish scars leaving skin even, flawless and one toned. Who doesn’t want to look their best on their wedding day? It’s only about how much effort and time you are willing to put into it and how many weeks before the wedding you start making an effort. Skin doesn’t only have to look great for your wedding but it is a good place to make start if you haven’t yet.