The Best Skincare Treatments For 2022 Spring Brides

The Best Skincare Treatments For 2022 Spring Brides

Every bride wants to have the best radiant and lustrous skin as they walk down the aisle on their wedding day.

The average bride spends between $300 – $1000 on wedding beauty services alone! If you’re a spring bride, your big day is around the corner, so how do you keep your skin glowing in the season of bloom? Here are the best skincare treatments that promise to make you look and feel amazing on your big day!

1. Waxing

It’s time to get rid of all those unwanted body hairs that grew over the winter. Waxing is one of the best hair removal methods for brides, as it removes hair for longer periods and can last between three to six weeks. If you are thinking of getting a body wax, you should schedule a session that covers both your wedding and honeymoon times.

When is the best time to go waxing? Most skincare and bridal experts recommend getting a wax job two to three days before your wedding. If it’s your first time getting a wax, you should get it anywhere between three to five days in case of any allergies or side effects.

For the best results, ensure that your beauty specialist uses elastic wax. It is an all-natural formula made from beeswax, pine tree resin, and essential oils that will slowly open up your pores and gently moisturize your skin. Once you get your wax done, you must keep yourself regularly hydrated and use a moisturizer to lock in the moisture in your skin.

2. Laser treatments

Laser treatments are safe and help improve a wide range of skin conditions brides may have before their wedding day. Treatments like Picoway are popularly used to treat dermatological issues like dark spots, wrinkles, and acne scars. Laser treatments are mostly brief, lasting between 15-20 minutes. They are also spaced-out weeks apart, but you should consult with your doctor on the best plan that works best for your wedding schedule.

Experts recommend getting laser treatments at least a month before your wedding for the best results. That’s because, depending on the type of treatment, it may take 10 to 21 days to fully heal. Ideally, you should also speak to your dermatologist to determine if you qualify for any laser treatment, especially if you are new to it.

3. Facial

On your wedding day, the last thing you would want is an acne breakout. That is why most skin specialists or estheticians recommend getting a facial at least a week to your big day. Facials are one of the most common skincare treatment services available. Studies show that nearly 3 million people used facials four times or more within a 6-month period in 2020 alone. If you are new to facials, your esthetician will examine your skin to identify it’s oily, dry, or sensitive.

Facials free up your pores and remove blackheads and whiteheads to clear your complexion and keep your skin fresh. It is also a great way to relax from all the stress of planning your wedding. Ideally, it would be best if you got a facial every month. In the few months leading up to your wedding day, you should schedule monthly facials.

Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life. And with so many lasting memories and photographs, you must look stunning. Hopefully, these tips will help you find the best skin treatment before your ceremony.


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