You’re engaged, congratulations!
Whether you’re big on skincare and it’s the first thing you thought of when the question was popped, or you’ve just realised that having beautiful skin is important to you on your wedding day, we can help.
We’ve broken down our advice into 12 months, 6 months, 3 months and the night before, so whenever your big day is, you can have beautiful, radiant skin.
You’ve got 12 months to go
If you’re new to skincare, go with a basic routine which consists of the right cleanser, booster/serum and moisturiser. And start wearing SPF every day! If you want to improve your skin and you’re up for increasing your regime, see a skin therapist. They will map out a 12-month plan for you and your skin goals which will include treatments at the clinic and products to use at home.
- Introduce monthly facials or peels
- Start the Environ Step Up system to improve the quality of your skin
- Start taking skin supporting supplements
- Adding skin foods to your diet
You’ve got 6 months to go
Phew, you made it just in time. With 6 months before the wedding you’ve still got time to improve and perfect your skin with new products.
Cut back on sugar and alcohol to reduce it’s impact on your skin.
Don’t forget your body too! Use a Vitamin A moisturiser and an AHA exfoliator to smooth the skin from top to toe.
You’ve got 3 months to go
Book in with your skin therapist with facial treatments that you’ve had before, or ones that aren’t too intensive. Make your last appointment the week before your wedding at the latest.
Focus on being consistent with your skincare and general wellbeing. Don’t try anything new that’s too active, as it could take months to rectify! Avoid stress, eat well and drink lots of water.
A good make up artist can make you feel a million dollars whatever you skin is like – so make sure you’ve got the right one for you!
It’s the night before the wedding
Hate to break it to you, but there’s not a lot you can change in one night.
If you’ve got a spot, grab an “on the spot treatment” to reduce the spot gently, and leave it alone. Picking or touching a spot will definitely make it worse.
Use a hydrating mask (one that you’ve used before!), or a facial massage, get your 5 a day and your recommended daily amount of water, and get a good night’s sleep.
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