One of the more important skincare rituals leading up to the wedding, a pre-wedding facial can determine whether you sport an otherworldly glow, or deal with irritated skin you didn't sign up for. We got three celebrity dermatologists to spill the beans on how to ace that radiance on your big day and beyond. Today, modern facials combine the hands-on approach with high tech, making them the perfect option for deep cleansing, exfoliating and moisturising skin in the run-up to the big day. That said, the plethora of available options can make navigating through facial menus at a salon confusing. Plus, I recommend facials every two to four weeks, which would be about six to 12 treatments before the wedding.
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Insider Picks writes about products and services to help you navigate when shopping online. Insider Inc. In the past few years, I've been lucky to work in a field that requires me to spend an extensive amount of time researching skin-care products and then testing them out on myself to see what's worthwhile. Quickly, you get good at spotting the winners from just the ingredient lists, and you become more adept at addressing your skin's needs as they arise.
I don't know anyone who would pass up a facial. There's the spa-luxury aspect for sure, but then you hear the fairytale stories—that once you find the right aesthetician, finicky skin is solved, and it's nothing but clear-complexion sailing from here on out. But what happens when your trip to the facialist fails to leave your skin glowing for any sizable length of time?