6 Tips to Glowing Wedding Skin!

We all want that picture perfect glow on our wedding day!  Here’s a couple of tips from Best Day Ever Hawaii to make sure your skin is looking it’s best for your special day!

Photography by: Shinji Salmoiraghi

6 Tips to Glowing Wedding Skin!
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1. Choose a regime and stick with it!

Find a skin regime that you like and stay with it. Changing up your routine can affect your skin in a way that you don’t want. It’s best if you know what works best with your skin type so that you don’t overdue it.

2. Eat more watermelon

No matter what your skin type is – oily, dry, normal, or combo – it craves water. Sure, drinking water helps, but snacking on watermelon works too. Some other super foods for your face are grapefruit, broccoli, and lettuce.

3. Use salt scrubs to soften elbows

Add a bath to your weekly routine and throw in bath salts with sodium bicarbonate. The sodium bicarbonate will break down dry patches and make your skin a sponge for moisture.

4. Reduce sunspots with an acid peel

Peels are designed to slough off dead skin and bring new, fresh skin to the surface. To make the most of these spa treatments, you’ll want to book a series of peels. Start with six different sessions, each two weeks apart (so the skin has time to recover).

5. Wear SPF 30 on your lips

It’s easier to prevent your lips from getting chapped than it is to repair them if they’re already dry and cracked. Find a good chap stick with SPF 30 to keep your lips hydrated and protected from the sun.

6. Fix flaky skin with safflower oil

This secret weapon acts like a barrier to lock in water and keep your skin hydrated. Search for safflower oil in moisturizers and scrubs.

 

Hope you found a few good tips on how to stay FRESH & Beautiful on your wedding day!

Happy Aloha Friday everyone!

xo,

Best Day Ever Hawaii
Hawaii’s Favorite Wedding Planners
www.BestDayEverHawaii.com

 

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