Skin care for the Bride and Groom
To keep your skin moisturised and detoxified, drink plenty of water and consume hydrating fruits like watermelon and citrus fruits.
Begin prepping your skin at least three months ahead of time by adhering to a normal skincare regimen of washing, toning, and moisturising.
Use soft, non-medicated, and chemical-free cleansers that are gentle on your skin and do not strip it of its natural oils. Alcohol, perfumes, and artificial colours in moisturisers, cleansers, toners, or masks might irritate your skin and create breakouts.
Use a toner that balances your skin’s pH and refreshes it. Rose water may be used as a natural toner.
Apply an oil-free moisturiser that will not clog your pores immediately after cleaning or bathing.
Use an SPF 30 sunscreen every day to prevent your skin from sun damage and pigmentation.
Use a light chemical exfoliator, such as Lactic acid or glycolic acid, to exfoliate dead skin cells and unclog your pores once or twice a week.
Avoid exfoliating scrubs, tension, and touching your face, since these might result in micro-tears, irritation, and infection
Have your hair and beard cut and groomed to your liking and face shape. To condition your hair and beard, use natural treatments such as coconut oil or argan oil.
Pay close attention to your hands and feet as well. Manicures and pedicures are great ways to keep your nails and cuticles clean and healthy. To keep your hands and feet nice and smooth, use a moisturising cream or lotion.
Consume an antioxidant-rich diet rich in fruits and vegetables, healthy fats from oily fish and nuts, and lean proteins from eggs and poultry. Avoid junk food, sugar, and processed carbohydrates, which can aggravate acne and inflammation.
Get adequate rest and sleep to help your skin to heal and regenerate. Aim for 7 to 8 hours of decent sleep every night. Avoid using your phone, laptop, or television before going to bed because they can interrupt your sleep cycle and harm your skin’s health.
To control stress and quiet your mind, try yoga, meditation, breathing exercises, or any other relaxation approach. By boosting cortisol levels and producing hormonal imbalances, stress can cause acne, wrinkles, and dullness.