A Bride’s Skin Care Month Out Shape Up


Getting married in a month or so? Well, you don’t want to have bad skin for your special day. The countdown is on and every single day counts if you want to look your best. If you’ve got some skin issues going on right now, you cannot wait until the last minute to fix things up.

Chances are, you are spinning your wheels trying everything in the book to clear your skin up in a jiffy. Either that or you’re sleeping on it, taking zero action what so ever.

I’ll give you some specific suggestions that you can take instead of simply applying a ton of random product to your skin. To answer your question, in 30 days you can have nice looking skin, but you best listen to what I have to say if you want to achieve it!

Bride's Guide To Perfect Wedding Day Skin

Bride’s Best Skin Tips For Perfect Wedding Day Skin

Okay, so don’t let this freak you out at all, but you really should have started this treatment process and skin care boot camp about six months ago! I’m not trying to give you a heart attack, just telling it like it is. Okay, now that I got that out of my system, let me get started…

If you want to avoid skin care drama during your special day, then you’ve got to take the time to do the following things that I’m about to share with you.


If you’ve got acne or clogged pores, then you want to get a facial done pronto! However, it is really important that you only do this within two weeks of your big day. Assuming it’s a month out, you should get a facial today and then another two weeks from now, that’s it. Getting a facial too close to your wedding day can be dangerous. It’s been known to aggravate people’s skin in the past and sometimes it can take a time to calm your skin down. Give yourself a safe two-week window for now.

The professional facials will help rejuvenate your skin, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to put forth the daily effort to make it look perfect. You’ve got to be cleansing at home and putting in the work. Don’t be afraid to pick up a face cleanser that has some hyaluronic acid in it. Trust me, it will help. Now, if you have really bad acne, then you need to see your dermatologist for some help. Get a topical product from them that they recommend. If it’s not cystic acne, then you might be fine with treating it over the counter using a salicylic acid solution of some sort.

Clear Up Scars

If scarring or large pores are your issues, then you want to try doing some micro-needle work. This will help activate the cell rejuvenation process, regenerating cells. Some brides opt for the laser treatment using an infrared light. This too can help stimulate collagen production as well as cell growth.

Lines and Wrinkles

Some girls go straight for the Botox to help conceal the fine lines and wrinkles. If you decide to do this, you’ll want to go a month before to see how your skin and face reacts to the treatment. If anything goes wrong, your dermatologist can make necessary adjustments to make your face look pretty. However, don’t expect a miracle if you’re doing this on the day of the wedding. If something goes wrong, then you’re really screwed!


It seems like this is a very common issue in brides. I believe it has something to do with the added stress levels of the day. If you’re prone to developing eczema, then I strongly suggest that you ditch all the products containing fragrances or dyes. Be sure to only use hypoallergenic products and drink plenty of water. If all else fails and you’re skin gets worse two weeks out, then seek professional help immediately!

Those are some of the most important things that I can suggest you do over the course of the month. Once again, I must stress the importance of taking action early! You’re already behind, so any further delay is likely to make matters worse.

A Bride’s Skin Care Month Out Shape Up
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Rhonda is a skin care enthusiast who enjoys hacking through ways to turn back the clock on aging. Without an professional training or education, she's become an encyclopedia of knowledge when it comes to proper skin care practices.