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Get a flawless finish for your big day

Many of our therapists recommend a course of Microdermabrasion before your wedding day. Why’s that you ask? Because many of our therapists are also makeup artists and it makes their job so much easier – makeup glides onto skin after a course of microdermabrasion for a flawless finish. This happens for a few reasons; read on to learn more about why Microdermabrasion is the makeup artist approved way to prepare your skin for your big day!

A perfect canvas

Microdermabrasion (MD) removes dead skin cells and refines pores. This means that the rough patches foundation sometimes sticks to will be eliminated. Foundation always looks better when applied in a light layer, and MD makes this possible. Your makeup artist won’t need to load your skin up with concealer and thick foundation, which can begin to look cakey as the day goes on.

Plumped and radiant

Microdermabrasion stimulates collagen production, which helps to make your skin look plump and youthful. It also helps to remove pigmentation, dullness and acne scarring, leaving your skin radiant and smooth.  Your makeup artist will want you to look fresh and glowing on your big day, but it’s difficult to fake it when your makeup has to last for hours upon hours. The less makeup they apply, the longer it will look perfect for.  So if your complexion is already smooth and radiant, they can focus on making you look stunning instead of covering imperfections.

Longer lasting

Microdermabrasion doesn’t just make your skin look good. By stimulating the circulation and removing dead skin, it helps your skin to function healthily. This means that excess oil, dry patches and uneven areas are less likely to ruin your makeup on the big day and help you achieve a flawless finish.


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