Celebrity Skincare Expert Jamuna Pai Spills The Secrets On Treatments For The Bride-To-Be
Here’s a great tip to feel inadequate. Have a look at a picture of celebrity walking out the gym. Take extra care to notice their flawless skin and then as you realise your skin will never look this good; crumble and wallow in self-pity. And if you are a bride-to-be and looking at these pictures, I am sorry, it’s just their skin actually looks just that good. And while you may not have access to the skin doctors, expensive potions and skincare magic, Hauterfly is giving you exclusive access to celebrity skincare expert Jamuna Pai and if you are a bride-to-be, this is the one article you should be reading today. So keep scrolling to see her tips for the bride to be.
1. Start Working on Your Skin as Soon as Possible
The earlier the better, especially if you have problem skin. Treatments like laser hair reduction and acne scar resurfacing need to be done months in advance. As soon as your wedding date is fixed, get in touch with a cosmetic physician. Choose good, trusted people to handle your skin; if something goes wrong, you may not be able to fix it in a rush. And panic can’t fix anything.
2. Treat Your Skin
I would recommend a cleanup/facial once a month, depending on your skin type. If possible, take hydrating facials – they will nourish and moisturize your skin and add that much-needed glow.
3. Concentrate On The Whole Body
A full body detan is best done once a month. When done well, it will eliminate tan, brighten skin and slough off dead skin.
For hands and feet, invest in monthly manicures and pedicures. Gel or acrylic nail extensions also work, especially for the all-important close-ups of the ring.
4. Modify Your Lifestyle
Drink lots of water. Eat well, eat balanced and eat at regular intervals. And even though you’re rushing around, try to sleep on time and sleep well. Be a rested, happy, healthy bride: you will glow from the inside out.No matter how busy you are being a bride on the go, set aside 10 minutes for taking care of your skin. A sunscreen, moisturiser and a night repair cream have to be an integral part of the skincare regime on a daily basis.
Besides this, exfoliate your skin once a week or at least in 10 days. Exfoliation helps remove the unwanted dead skin cells which make the skin look dull and tired. A regular clean-up/ facial once a month, can help hydrate and rejuvenate your skin. However busy your schedule is, try and exercise as and when time permits. A balanced diet is imperative.