No matter how cliché it sounds, the wedding is probably the biggest day of a person’s life. And who doesn’t want to look their best on their big day? Dresses, jewelry, the right makeup can help improve your appearance, but it’s the natural glow on your skin that steals the show. Who better than beauty Shehnaaz Hussain to give tips on ways to take care of your skin to get it ready for the perfect wedding day glow?
To get the perfect skin ready for the big day, preparations need to start well in advance. Speaking to TOI, Shehnaaz Hussain suggested that regular facials should begin at least six months before the wedding day. This practice is said to deeply cleanse the skin and provide the skin with the required hydration to enhance its natural beauty. Home facials with natural ingredients can also be tried to give the skin a glow. On the wedding day, the Sandalwood facial treatment can give the finishing touch to the desired perfect skin. Sandalwood has properties rich in oxidizing agents and is very good for controlling the damage caused by free radicals, while at the same time preventing the formation of wrinkles.
The combination of sandalwood with honey can also be tried to give the skin the necessary moisture.
Another thing that can be tired in the process of skin care for the wedding day is Multani mitti or fuller’s earth facial back. The natural properties of the packaging are a great remedy for the skin. Multani mitti is a great moisturizer and helps to reduce dark spots and even out skin texture.
Increase the intake of vitamins D and C in your diet
By increasing the intake of vitamins D and C in your diet, you can provide your skin with the nutrition it needs. Vitamin D helps the skin fight dark spots, redness, wrinkles and other similar problems that can damage your skin’s glow. Foods such as fatty fish, egg yolks, and fortified foods can help provide your body with the amount of vitamin D it needs. Likewise, including vitamin C foods like fruit tomato, spinach, and others will help maintain skin health.
Five months before the wedding, you should start exfoliating twice a week to get rid of the dead cells that have built up in your skin. This will also help improve the absorption capacity of other beauty products through the skin. For better results, exfoliation should be followed by applying a facial serum.
Serums work on the deeper skin layer removing dark spots and blemishes, making the skin firmer.
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