The wedding is only a few weeks away. You’re a ball of nerves who’s frantically going on a diet to ensure you fit into your dress. In the midst of all your worries and woes, you may want to take some time to work on your skin. This doesn’t require much effort, and it will make a big difference in the way you look for the wedding. The sooner you prepare, the better off you will be.
Minimize the Makeup
Try to avoid makeup a few days before the wedding so your pores can be as clear as possible. If you’re going to wear something, don’t make it anything heavy or complicated. Put on some mineral foundation and a little mascara and save the dramatic look for the big event. The important thing is that you look great on that day.
Relieve the Stress
There is no way to get rid of your stress completely before a wedding, but you need to avoid it as much as possible. Get some rest at night, and use calming activities to make yourself feel better. Use this as an excuse to take a bubble bath every night or run to the spa for pampering. If you let the stress bottle up for too long, it is bound to do terrible things to your complexion.
Release the Toxins
Everyone has toxins trapped in her body that don’t naturally go away. These toxins can dull your skin, lower your energy, increase your weight, and depress your mood. Thus you need to make an effort to get rid of as many of them as possible. Take on yoga to get rid of the ones built-up in your muscles, and go on a cleansing diet to get rid of the rest. You will feel better in no time.
Clean the Skin
Go through a microdermabrasion treatment about a week before your wedding so you can have a whole new layer of skin to show off. Microdermabrasion is a simple treatment you can use at home to get rid of dead skin cells on the surface. You might be red for a few days after using this though, so you need to leave time for your skin to heal itself. Once you do that, you’ll be as radiant as possible.
If you use the advice above before your big day, you are sure to be the most beautiful bride around. Then you can focus on the honeymoon and the life ahead of you.
About the Author: Glenda is a wedding planner who has seen how stressful bridal day pimples can be. That’s why she always recommends the Riiviva Microderm for Acne.