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Favorite Products For Getting Your Skin Camera Ready

Updated: Aug 1, 2023

If you’re getting married with in the next six months, it’s important to start a skin care routine. This will give your skin time to adjust to new products and routines and ensure that your complexion is looking its best on your big day. I will leave all the picture of the items on the bottom of the page


Start with a cleanse:

You only need to do the double cleanse at night; typically, in the morning, I use a very small amount of the water-based LaRochePosay then rinse, followed by a toner and an all inclusive moisturizer and sunblock (Listed Below)


Toner:

Right now Im using 3 different toners Cerave Hydrating Toner Good Molecules Discoloration Correcting Serum and Niacinamide Brighting Toner The hydrating toner is great during the winter months. and when my skin is dry, then I alternate using the color correction and brighting toners on alternate days then every morning I use Vitamin serum CLaRoche-Posay


Moisturizer:

One of my foveate moisturizer in the summer months is Tactcha The Water Cream in the winter months when things are a bit dryer I use Good Molecules ultra hydrating facial oil. or I like the Sisley night time skin cream L'Integral Anti Age Its a bit pricy. Right now Im using 3 different toners Cerave Hydrating Toner Good Molecules Discoloration Correcting Serum and Niacinamide Brighting Toner The Create hydrating toner is great during the winter months. and alternate using the color correction and brighting toners at night time skin care routine.


Sunscreen:

After the morning skincare routine, which typically includes cleansing, toning, and moisturizing, you and then use a sunscreen. I have been using Supergroup PlAY SPF 50.



  • Cleanse

  • Tone

  • Serum

  • Moisturize

  • Sunblock


Nighttime Routine is when things get a little more serious using active ingredients


Cleanse:

The first cleanse Balm type will break down any makeup, and sunblock especially good for oily skin. Follow up with either a hydrating cleanser or a farming cleanser


Exfoliate:

2-3 times weekly will give you that healthy glow

I recommend using an exfoliator 2-3 times a week to help boost radiance while visibly reducing the appearance of fine lines and dark spots. Good Genes All in One Lactic Acid Treatment exfoliates the dull surface of the skin to clarify The nice thing about this is you can see visible results right away.


Acne:

In your 20's and 30's .If it is just a simple pimple, I would start off using an over-the-counter topical anti-inflammatory, like Differin Gel. If it is more severe and you have lesions, I would consult a dermatologist.


Anti Aging:

Ive used dermatologist prescribed Trentinoin and it works great but you need to be careful how you use it and be sure to start of with a low percentage once a week and see how your skin tolerates it. I also have used Maelove Moonlight Retinal super serum its a milder form of Trentinoin. You will have to go directly to Maelove to order, its roughly $40.00


Moisturize:

I moisturize over my actives at night, the is when your skin is doing the majority of its repair work with new cell generation.


  • Double Cleanse

  • Exfoliate on the days that you dont use Retional or actives like Differin

  • Anti aging or Acne treatments alternate exfoliating days

  • Moisturize

Regular Facials:

If you're really looking to bump up your skincare game you could start with regular facials and let the esthetician do their work. Im sure you will get optimal results and there is nothing sexier then

beautiful skin, the makeup application and camera will love it too!






























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