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Getting married? Don’t break these skincare rules before your big day

To all the brides wondering about their lost glow, these rules of skin care before wedding will come in handy!
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Nupur Gupta Published: 18 Feb 2022, 07:52 pm IST
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For a woman, her wedding day is like a dream come true, and everything needs to be perfect. It is naturally exciting to decide your dress, makeup look as well as hairstyle. However, there are a few absolutely essential things to keep in mind before getting ready for your big day. However, your skincare before the wedding is considered the most important thing before taking the plunge!

These days, skincare has become a crucial part of everyone’s daily routines. From acne to oily skin, everything can be managed with just a little effort. The big question remains, how does one achieve the perfect skin for their wedding day? Here are a few tips and tricks that every bride-to-be must follow in order to achieve the healthiest glowing skin for their special day.

6 rules of skincare to follow before wedding:

1. Follow a healthy diet

It is a very well-known fact that what one eats reflects on their skin. Unhealthy eating habits may cause acne or oiliness. It is recommended that 6 months prior to the wedding, one should slowly eliminate unhealthy and junk food. Hydration is key for healthy skin, and so lots of water, home-squeezed juices and green tea should be consumed. Eating fruits and leafy green vegetables will ensure good skin on your big day!

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Yes, eating fruits before your wedding day will get you a glowing skin! Image courtesy: Shutterstock

2. Exfoliating

With the constant build-up of sebum and dead skin cells, it is important to exfoliate your skin regularly. This is usually responsible for the skin appearing dull and dark. Exfoliation helps get rid of the build-up, which restores your original radiant and glowing skin.

3. Use a good serum

It is highly essential to use a serum, suited especially for your skin type. The serum is required to restore all the moisture needed by the skin. It will help in regeneration of skin cells and further repair damaged skin.

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Make a serum, an essential part of your skincare, ladies! Image courtesy: Shutterstock

4. Getting regular facials

Professional facials are crucial for maintaining healthy skin and helping it look its best. After running around for days amidst pollution and dirt, it is a good idea to cleanse the skin at least once a month. A facial provides deep cleanse and much needed hydration. Apart from general relaxation, they also will improve your skin texture and tone.

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5. Using the correct moisturizer

Other than cleansing, the most important part of a skincare routine is properly moisturizing the skin. A moisturizer hydrates and refreshes the skin, while creating a barrier that protects it from irritants. Using the wrong moisturizer will clog your pores, which may cause you to break out. Hence, it is vital to use skin specific moisturizers when prepping the skin.

6. Use a hydrating sheet mask

Sheet masks are nowadays an essential part of bridal skin care routine. They add the extra hydration needed for that long lasting glow on the wedding day. Use sheet masks 2-3 times a week depending on how dry your skin is.

Follow these skincare rules to look and feel your best as you prepare for your wedding day!

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