Good Diet: You have to be persistent about your healthy diet to ensure that your body receives enough nutrients and minerals. No matter what your skin-type is – it always craves water. Try adding hydrating superfoods to your diet, eat watermelon, grapefruit, cucumbers, tomatoes and kale etc. that hydrates your body.
Exercise: Sweat it out! When you sweat, your body flushes out all the impurities from the dermal layer via sweat glands. Regular sweating can highly affect your skin clarity, texture and tone; reinforcing your skin cleansing process. At the end of the day, a good 8 hour sleep is all you need to relax and rejuvenate your skin.
Derma Care: Consult a professional dermatologist for a certified skin care routine that works the best on your skin. Experienced dermat will massage and treat your skin, scalp and decolletage to stimulate the circulation of your blood.
Beauty is consistency: It is your special day and you’ll have all eyes on you. Journey to make your skin glow is not an overnight trail, you have to make sure there is regularity in it. One can’t get glowing skin in 2-3 weeks, beauty is all about consistency and patience. For most brides-to-be, the pressure of getting the perfect makeup and perfect look that defines you is the most important, but if your skin isn’t clean and healthy enough, you’re really not a 100% ready for your D-day. The pamper prep has to start a year early to get your skin glowing.