It’s going to be your wedding day in a few days. You look at the mirror, and it looks like you’re going to a Halloween party rather than your own wedding. Your skin looks tired. Your eyes are all red. You have big circles under your eyes. Your hair is all limp. You’ve been exhausted from preparing the wedding you forget how to take care of yourself. Now is the time to leave all those wedding worries to your groom, family, and friends. It’s time to focus on getting thatglowing skinthat every bride wants.
You can help those professional photo editing services make your skin glow in photos. Your photographers may offer that service, but you want to look great in front of your groom, don’t you? You want to wow your family and friends. And although you are going to be the happiest bride ever, your skin might say otherwise. If not for anything, pamper yourself for, well, yourself. You deserve it.
Get a Facial
Your face should at least be blackhead- and pimple-free on your wedding day. Talk to a dermatologist about the best facial treatment that you can get at this point in your wedding preparation. Make sure to mention when’s the wedding date so that they can advise you properly. Most facial treatments will make your face red and puffy, so they need to carefully choose a treatment that won’t make you look like a pufferfish on your wedding day.
Have a Body Scrub
It’s not only your face that should feel good. Your whole body should be pampered, too. Get a body scrub. One of the most popular types of body scrubs right now is made of activated charcoal. Have a therapist scrub the dead skin off your body. You’ll feel infinitely better with a pampering and relaxing massage after.
Maintain a Skincare Routine
You should have a skincare routine even if you are not going to get married. A skincare routine will keep your skin looking healthy and glowing even if you’re tired from dealing with wedding suppliers. A simple facial wash, toner, and moisturizer will do the trick. The simpler your routine is, the more likely that you’ll be able to maintain it.
Drinking plenty of water will help you get that luminous skin you only see on celebrities. Strive to drink at least eight glasses of water a day. The best way to do this is to bring a bottle with you. That way, you don’t have an excuse not to take a gulp now and then. You should also binge on super food such as watermelon, grapefruit, tomatoes, cucumbers, and kale. These are naturally hydrating food.
Go to the Gym
Do you know that sweating can bring the impurities out of your skin? Regular sweating can improve the tone, clarity, and texture of your skin. Do you ever notice how nicely flushed you are after running on a treadmill? Exercising improves blood circulation, which also increases the nutrients found in your blood. These vitamins and minerals in your bloodstream can help prevent wrinkles and collagen breakdown.
Finally, it all boils down to this: sleep. There’s never going to be a better beauty regimen now or in the future than getting a good night’s sleep. Try to get at least six-or better yet, eight-hours of sleep a night. Strive to have it at least two weeks before your wedding. That will give your body enough time to reap the benefits of a good rest.