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7 Essential Bridal Tips For The Upcoming Wedding Season!

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MBBS, MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy
Dermatologist, Hyderabad  •  19 years experience
7 Essential Bridal Tips For The Upcoming Wedding Season!

No matter whether it's your best friend's grand day or you are getting hitched, many eyes will be fixed on you. To make sure that your big day goes off smoothly, you can't miss taking care of your skin. For most would-be brides and bridesmaids, one of the biggest concerns remains the health of the skin as well as getting the perfect makeup. It is important to understand that if your skin is not healthy and clean, you are never ready for the big day.

This doesn't signify that you are required to have flawless skin. Even though your skin may have flaws and imperfections, there are several means of ensuring that they will be minimized and may also go away completely much before the wedding season arrives. Here are some easy and simple tips that can go a long way in keeping some skin imperfections at bay.

  1. Facials: If you are in your 20s and 30s, this is the age when you will have acne, fine lines, and blemishes. You should start getting deep-cleansing facials a month before the grand occasion.
  2. Supplements: Besides taking healthy foods, you should also take a few essential supplements such as multi-vitamin, omega 3 fatty acids, Co-Q10 that can increase metabolism and boost heart health. These supplements can improve heart health, eyes and also your skin.
  3. Moisturizers: You should apply a moisturizer twice every day. It is crucial to pay more attention to the areas that are quite dry such as feet, hands, elbows, and cheeks.
  4. Get enough sleep: No beauty treatments can ever work as effectively as getting a good night's sleep.
  5. Exfoliate: In order to get glowing skin, the best thing to do is to exfoliate your skin before going to bed. It not only helps in combatting dull skin but also improves circulation. It is a well-known fact that the base for good bridal makeup is having healthy skin.
  6. Take hydrating foods: Regardless of whether you have oily or dry skin, your body craves water. Though you should drink a lot of water, it is also important to eat a lot of hydrating foods. A simple rule is to incorporate hydrating vegetables and fruits in the diet. It will supply your skin with the necessary hydration and keep skin issues at bay.
  7. Avoid doing anything drastic: Your ultimate goal this wedding season is to look like yourself or rather like a better version of yourself. Most women have a tendency to get carried away by invasive procedures for keeping away the signs of ageing. This is not the right way to go since it may lead to suffering from unwanted reactions in the skin with severe downtime.

With these few tips, your skin will be ready for the upcoming wedding season, and you are sure to have a gala time!

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