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The Bride’s Beauty Guide to Prepping For Your Big Day!

It’s almost time for your wedding. You’ve settled everything from the date, the theme, the location and even the perfect dress to wear. What’s next on the list for your special day? You!

All these wedding preparations could take a toll on you, especially on your skin, so here is a list of recommended aesthetic treatments that are minimally or non-invasive with little to no downtime!

Radiate Youthfulness:

Radiate with confidence when you smile for photos or laugh the night away without having to worry about any fine lines, especially around your eyes or lips area.

What we recommend:

The Pure^ Botulinum Toxin with Zero Impurities* treatment can help to reduce the appearance of glabellar/frown lines and crow’s feet around your eyes and the Hyaluronic Acid (HA) dermal fillers helps to reduce nasolabial folds. The result? Brighter-looking eyes and a more confident smile.

Look Good From Every Angle:

It’s your big day and you’ll have many photos taken of you and having a flawless angle will make all the difference to your photos.

What we recommend:

Micro Focused Ultrasound with Visualization (MFU-V) treatment helps with sagging skin in the neck, under-chin, lower face or brow area. This works wonders in lifting and tightening your skin by stimulating the new collagen production naturally.

Now, how about achieving a V-shaped face? Hyaluronic Acid (HA) fillers can help you contour your lower face, making it an ideal pairing with the MFU-V treatment. Remember to consult a professional who will choose the right HA dermal filler and inject it with the proper technique to give you natural results.

Improve Your Complexion

Your wedding makeup artist can work wonders, but it is also important to start with healthy skin that glows from the inside out.

What we recommend:

Practice these three steps leading up to your big day.

  • Keep an eye on your diet
    Opt for foods that are rich in vitamins and antioxidants – especially those with anti-inflammatory properties to reduce any skin inflammation. Stay away from any known food allergies, as it could cause changes in your skin texture and complexion (not to mention, a bad tummy ache!)
  • Getting enough sleep
    There will be lots to do, but good sleeping habits allow for your body (and yes, that includes your skin) to rest and recover. Aim for an average of 7 – 9 hours of good quality sleep per night.
  • Stay hydrated, stay moisturized
    We can’t stress how important this step is. Use a suitable moisturiser to balance your skin’s natural oils and replenish lost moisture to prevent rough, flaky skin. That also means drinking enough water to ensure your skin is properly hydrated. We would also recommend you to explore HA dermal fillers to boost your skin’s hydration for that glowy skin!

Timing your treatments is also key to looking the best version of yourself on your big day.

Make sure to seek the advice of a doctor who is trained to recommend customised treatments for your unique needs. Kickstart your bridal beauty journey today!

^Pure refers to the absence of complexing proteins, inactive neurotoxin, flagellin and bacterial DNA contaminants1
*Impurities refer to the presence of complexing proteins, inactive neurotoxin, flagellin and bacterial DNA contaminants1
1. Park JY, et al. Neurotoxin impurities: A Review of threats to Efficacy. Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open. 2020;8(1):e2627

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