Pre-bridal skin care tips

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22nd February, 2019 01:29:40 printer

Pre-bridal skin care tips

Falgun, the wedding season is finally here! In order to achieve glowing skin and healthy lustrous hair for the day, the would-be brides who are getting prepared for the wedding vows will have to follow a disciplined lifestyle and regular skin and hair care program.


 Most of us fail to realise that stress and tiredness often tends to have a direct impact on our face and eyes and no amount of make-up will ever be able to change that. Work in advance on your body, plan your shopping and arrangements, discipline your lifestyle, eat healthy, and above all relax and rest! Treat your pre-wedding period as your spa period. Detox, eat healthy food and consume lots of natural liquids.


For Dry Skin: If you happen to have a dry skin, then the first and foremost thing to do is to keep it hydrated internally and externally. Drink at least 8 glasses of water daily. Include lots of dairy products in your diet like milk, cheese, yogurt and clarified butter! Yes, you read that right! Add ghee to your dal, rice, chapattis, etc. If you have a dry skin, add dry fruits to your diet like almonds, walnuts, raisins, figs and cashews. 


Flaxseeds can turn out to be quite beneficial as well. Avocado is great for your skin and you should eat it and apply it on face to reap its maximum benefits. Here's a wonderful dry skin mask that you can use twice a week-



  • Half mashed avocado
  • 1 tsp honey
  • Paste of 2 walnuts and 2 almonds



Mix all the ingredients with milk and apply to cleaned skin. Leave for 15 minutes. Wash off with cold water and pat dry.


Another wonderful way of bringing glow to dry skin is to massage it with 1 tsp of almond oil mixed with honey. Apart from this, drink warm honey lemon water everyday first thing in the morning as it not only clears your system but also brings a glow to your skin Not only does it reduces blemishes but also moisturises the skin to a great extent.


You can make the following masks to reduce oiliness and make your skin glow:


multani mitti



  • 2 tsp fuller's earth
  • 1 tsp fresh mint paste
  • A pinch of camphor
  • Rose water to mix to a smooth paste



Not only is this mask excellent for increasing blood circulation but it also has anti-bacterial properties that will help reduce oiliness, dissuade pimples and acne and porcelain your skin. Use it three times a week.


Keep your skin clean and oil free at all times. For this, it is important that you wipe your skin with rose water several times a day.