Skincare blunders to avoid before the wedding day
Taking care of one’s skin and hair before a wedding is essential for both brides and grooms.
Dermatologist Dr Sravya C Tipirneni, consultant dermatologist and cosmetologist at Manipal Hospitals in Bengaluru, says that trying out a treatment right before an important event is never a good idea.
There are a lot of skincare products on the market, and you might not think about how your skin will react to them.
Exfoliating too frequently or aggressively can harm the skin; use caution if you don’t exfoliate on a regular basis.
The months leading up to the wedding can cause you to break out.
Don’t pop zits and try to remain calm while the pimple heals on its own.
Frequent facial touching can cause bacterial infestation on the skin, resulting in acne and pimples.
Touching your face can make your skin oilier if you have oily skin.
When you sleep, the blood flow to your skin increases, which aids in collagen production and the healing of UV-induced damage.