5 top tips to beautiful skin on your wedding day
It’s every bride’s dream to look her best on her wedding day!
Aneke’s journey started 6 months prior to her wedding and her treatment plan consisted of various superficial chemical peels, done 6 weeks apart.
Our top 5 tips if you’re a bride in the making are…
- Start early! As with everything in life, what you put in is what you get out. You wouldn’t expect to build muscle tone with only the occasional visit to the gym right? It is the same when it comes to beautiful skin – a healthy, radiant complexion requires commitment.
- Be scientific. A VISIA Skin Analysis will help your aesthetician understand aspects of your skin that are invisible to the naked eye. She will formulate a personalized plan with effective medical grade treatments and product recommendations, set out according to your budget.
- Be prepared to “peel”. A chemical peel is one of the least invasive ways to improve the appearance of your skin and ideal for brides preparing for their wedding day. The procedure is cost effective and takes less than an hour to perform.
- Have your last skin treatment a minimum of 2 weeks before your wedding day to give any unexpected reactions or irritations time to settle
- Protect your skin from the sun. As effective as medical skin care products and treatments are, it can all be undone if you don’t use adequate protection against harmful rays…and that’s not just UV! A top tip is to wear broad-spectrum sunscreen (which means protection against UVA, UVB, IR-A and HEV radiations) that also incorporates antioxidants to help neutralise the damaging effects of free radicals from environments factors such as the sun, pollution, or stress.
So, ready for fresh, rejuvenated looking skin?
At Skin Therapy Aesthetic Clinic, we look after your skin needs and concerns the best possible way we can.
Looking great on your big day doesn’t happen overnight, so get planning and
let the countdown begin!!!!!
This blog post was featured in Skin Therapy – Specialist Aesthetic Clinic’s October Newsletter