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Tips to prep skin before wedding

  • Sun Online Desk
  • 15th December, 2022 03:55:54 PM
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Tips to prep skin before wedding

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Wedding day is one of the most important events of everyone's life. Everyone is looking at you on this important day. And you merit gorgeous, flawless skin.

Here are some pre-wedding skincare:

Trust in a good cleanser

Spend not more than 20 seconds on cleansing your face. Investing in a cleanser that doesn’t strip your skin of its natural oils is key.

Time for face wash

Following your cleanser up with a face wash is called double cleansing - a recently discovered skin secret. Pick a face wash suitable for all skin types which is not too harsh but removes grime and dirt effectively.

Masking is a must

Different masks serve different functions. Masking minimises the appearance of skin pores, makes for a supple dermal layer, and can even reduce signs of premature ageing.

We all scream for eye cream

The under-eye area is exceedingly sensitive and often neglected. Sleepless nights leading up to wedding ceremony preparations offer no extra help. To make sure the exhaustion of planning functions doesn’t reflect on your face while walking down the aisle, a multi-benefit eye gel is the best bet.

A potent serum

Applying a skin-plumping, collagen-based, fast-absorbing serum a few weeks leading up to the wedding will work wonders for the skin. Unfortunately, collagen creams do not produce significant results because the collagen molecule is unable to penetrate the skin well in a thick, cream form.

Primer for the perfect makeup base

A reliable primer ensures bridal make-up glides effortlessly onto your skin. Invest in a good quality primer that moisturises your skin and gives you a natural glow.

Seal it with a face oil

Oily skin types may struggle to find a facial oil which suits them. If you have dry, sensitive or combination skin, soothing facial oil with the goodness of saffron or Kumkumadi tailam will definitely target pigmentation and spots on the face.

Source: Hindustan Times