Each skin type is special and has its own peculiarities, that’s why each bride requires a different treatment scheduled in steps. For sure, meeting an expert remains the best idea, for this reason we wrote down a basic guideline you can follow in order to make each pace at the proper moment.
Fix your first appointment at a medical clinic specialized on cosmetic and anti-aging treatments. Explain to them you are interested in the right skincare treatment plan to pursue until your wedding day and describe the result you want to obtain.
Some brides, for example, look for bright skin, others just want to appear relaxed or reduce shine in their T-zone. Don’t fear being specific and ask for a daily routine to follow. Moreover, keep mind that temperatures affect skin receiving treatments such as deep chemical peels, dermaplaning, microneedling with platelet-rich plasma, laser, and intense pulsed light, so remember to tell your doctor the period of the year you’ll get married and especially where you are planning to spend your honeymoon.
It’s time to start treatments, such as:
- A deep chemical peel
- Microneedling with Platelet Rich Plasma
The first process, based on skin’s exfoliation, encourages faster skin cell turnover while the second promotes cell growth for an even-toned complexion. Your skin will appear smooth, soft and regenerated.
If you think that a deep chemical peel and a microneedling with Platelet Rich Plasma are not the proper solutions to your case, you can always try other rejuvenating treatments like laser, or IPL. It is very important to make the first treatment six months before the wedding date because it shocks the skin, then you can receive one to two additional peels or some microdermabrasion before your wedding day.
Concentrate on treatments you have already received and do not introduce anything new into your routine.
You are almost there! In this phase you have to be careful, avoid anything intense and use products that nourish and enrich your skin. Ask your professional, specific tips to prep your skin the week before your big day and the best solutions on how to deal with stress-induced acne as the day of your wedding approaches.