How to Plan For Flawless Wedding Skin - From 6 Months to Day Of

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Imagine yourself walking down the aisle with face aglow and the best skin of your life - seem impossible? Not at all, lovelies! The skin health experts from Dermalogica are here with tips to achieve the most beautiful complexion for your most beautiful day (or first of many beautiful days, to say the least).

6 MONTHS BEFORE

Start now with a series of skin treatments (one per month) to get skin in peak performance. Ask your skin therapist to help you start a series of deep cleaning, exfoliating treatments selected for your skin type.  

5 TO 4 MONTHS BEFORE

It's time to focus your monthly skin treatments on your biggest concerns (fine lines, age spots, breakouts). Problem-solve at home with Overnight Clearing Gel and Age Reversal Eye Complex.

3 TO 2 MONTHS BEFORE

Although your wedding can and should be one of the best days ever, every bride will tell you the planning and hulabaloo that goes into making it happen can take its toll. Stress hormones can be a major factor in triggering breakouts. Home care must-haves include: MultiVitamin Power Recovery Masque and Concealing Spot Treatment

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1 MONTH BEFORE

Schedule your final skin treatment with your esthetician 3 to 4 days before your wedding. If you plan to wax, one week before the day of your wedding is your best bet to allow your skin enough of a window for recovery time. At home on the day before, gently exfoliate your skin with Daily Microfoliant and energize with MultiVitamin Power Recovery Masque. 

THE BIG DAY

You'll likely be caught up in makeup and hair on the big day. Make yourself a little skin care kit to keep on hand that contains Concealing Spot Treatment for breakouts, Antioxidant HydraMist to spritz on and freshen up between appointments and Renewal Lip Complex to keep that pretty pout conditioned.

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Posted by Jenevieve Hubbard

Director of Marketing/Creative Genius

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