Six months to go...

New Zealand Weddings - - BEAUTY -

The more time a skin ther­a­pist has to pre­pare your skin, the bet­ter it will look. Ac­cord­ing to Der­ma­log­ica Head of Ed­u­ca­tion, Caro­line Parker, it’s a good idea to start sched­ul­ing skin­care ap­point­ments six months in ad­vance. “Some­times dur­ing the process of re­bal­anc­ing the skin you can ex­pe­ri­ence break­outs, which need time to clear,” says Caro­line. “Your ther­a­pist will also rec­om­mend a great home care pro­gramme for your skin, which will com­ple­ment any pro­fes­sional skin treat­ments.” Ev­ery bride to be’s skin­care reg­i­men should in­clude cleans­ing, ton­ing and mois­tur­is­ing morn­ing and evening, ex­fo­li­at­ing twice weekly and ap­ply­ing weekly masks. Don’t for­get about other ar­eas of skin that will be on show – a nour­ish­ing hand cream will keep hands soft and sup­ple.

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