USE CELEBRITY SKIN CARE TIPS TO GET MEGHAN’S GLOW
What’s a girl to do when her big “I do” is about to be watched by millions of people around the globe?
Call in the big guns, obviously. The moment Meghan stepped on to UK soil she sought advice from A-list skin specialist Sarah Chapman, whose client list includes Victoria Beckham and Naomi Watts.
Super-discreet, Sarah isn’t allowed to give details of the duchess-to-be’s visits.
But here, she reveals her top bridal tips, which we’re pretty sure her most famous client has been following in the run-up to this weekend.
REGULAR FACIALS ARE KEY
“In the three to six months leading up to your wedding, I would recommend booking an appointment every four weeks to allow your skin to adjust and ensure significant improvement.
“Professional facials will tackle any specific concerns and ensure you feel better and more gorgeous than ever.
“But if your issues are severe, I’d recommend you see a facialist even more often to boost the transformation.”
SUPPLEMENT YOUR REGIME
“I always advise my clients to adopt a 360-degree approach. Because supplements work at a cellular level to actively strengthen, revitalise and boost skin quality, they are a daily essential.
“Omegas, such as flaxseed oil, work to keep skin hydrated, moisturised and smooth, while their natural anti-inflammatory properties also help to minimise redness and speed up recovery. ”
KEEP IT CLEAN
“Cleansing is massively underrated – after SPF, it’s the most important skincare product in your routine. Spending a few minutes cleansing each day can make a real difference to your skin’s clarity and luminosity.”
“If you wake up with a skin problem on the morning of the wedding, there’s plenty you can do. For puffiness, I’d wrap ice in a muslin cloth and gently roll it over skin to stimulate blood flow, bringing back a glow.
“And for redness or blotchiness, the cooling effect of a mask that’s been kept in the fridge can calm skin.” – The Sun