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Wedding Season

Wedding Season is Approaching – Get MD Now

Wondering how to look your best on your wedding day? The best thing you can gift yourself is a smart bridal skincare routine a few months in advance of wedding season.

Scheduling professional Microdermabrasion facials ahead of time will guarantee refreshed skin. Yes, you can be a happy and confident bride or guest during wedding season.

 

Why have a course of MD?

Get the Glow

Maintaining a course of Microdermabrasion in the months before a wedding is key. MD sloughs away the old skin cells that have amassed. This leaves younger skin to guarantee a wedding day glow.

Even Skin Tone

MD is a gold standard treatment in the spa world and will ensure a more even skin tone, even with just one treatment. Imagine what a course before wedding season can do?!

Dry Patches

If you have any rough, dry patches MD is the answer. The advanced exfoliation removes the dead layer of skin. It helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles – and you will have a smoother complexion all over.

Clogged Pores and Blackheads

While you can’t actually change the size of your pores, you can minimise their depth. MD exfoliates the top layers of clogged skin cells which makes them look smaller. The suction method is also an effective way of getting rid of blackheads. 

Congestion

MD is an effective treatment for skin congestion. Coupled with some wise lifestyle choices, your fresh new skin will be picture perfect for wedding season and make-up will simply glide on.

Always start working on your diet and skincare regime at least 2-3 months before wedding season. Prime your skin for a last-minute boost on the morning of the wedding day. Apply a hydrating serum onto your face, neck and decolletage to enhance your glow. 

Now you will be ready for hair and make-up, and to slip into that fairytale dress.

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