Skin Care for Brides and Grooms
This is the time of year when Brides and grooms are making their wedding plans. There are wedding planners every where to help them ensure their "Big Day" is planned perfectly.
But, between selecting flowers and sampling cake, don't over look the details of preparing your skin to look it's best for your wedding. Special dedication to skin care must begin now to ensure your skin is looking it's best when the "Big Day" arrives.
Here are some wedding tips to help brides and grooms look their best on their wedding day.
Make an appointment with a Board Certified Dermatologist well in advance of your wedding. They can discuss any concerns you have with acne, scars, or other skin care problems. Your Dermatologist will create a skin care plan that will help ensure you look beautiful for your wedding.
Start your skincare plan six months to one year before your wedding day. This provides enough time to ensure your skin is properly cared for and looking its best. You don't want to wait until the month of your wedding to start a new skin-care regimen. You could develop an adverse reaction to some products which could take 30 to 60 days to clear up.
Your skin care plan should include washing your face at least twice daily with a cleanser that is gentle on your skin.
Sunscreen is an important part to any bride's and groom's daily skin care routine. Apply an effective sunscreen daily to ensure you don't get that "cooked look" the day of your wedding.
Here's a commitment you can't refuse - a monthly or bimonthly facial series to care for your skin and help you relax between planning details. Your skin will be pretty and pampered and your wedding budget will stretch further with the discount that comes with pre-purchased packages.
A lot of wedding dresses expose the bride's back. Ensure your back looks as great as the skin on your face with "Back Facials". "Back Facials" are just like regular facials except the esthetician treats your back and not your face.
Considering having cosmetic injections like Botox for frown lines, crows feet or even excessive sweating? Or are you thinking about Restylane or Juvederm for deep lines and creases on your face? Plan these procedures well in advance of your wedding.
Have a "test tan" a month before your wedding if you are having a spray tan for your wedding. This will allow you to see how the tan will look on you. It will also provide a great opportunity to see if the tanning solution will rub off on your dress.
Planning ahead and beginning a skin care regimen well before your wedding, are the key to having that beautiful, flawless skin you dream about for your wedding day.
--Dr. Abrams is a licensed Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine who is A.O.B.D. Board Certified in Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery. He is noted as being one of the top dermatologic surgeons in the Sarasota, Florida community. You can learn more about Dr Abrams by visiting his web-site at http://www.abramsderm.com
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