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Wedding Tips: Avoid These Things A Few Days Before Your Wedding

Don't want any hiccups on the D-day? Here are some things suggested by Dr. Jaishree Sharad that you shouldn't try 1-3 days before your D-day.
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All the girls excitedly wait for one of the biggest days of their life, the wedding day. Everyone wants to look their best on this day and try a lot of treatments and products for the same. However, you shouldn’t go overboard with skincare and beauty treatments. Also, you shouldn’t leave these things for the last minute.

Getting things done at the last minute might lead to bigger problems rather than making your skin clear and radiant. So, you should try to get all the treatments at least a month before. Apart from this, don’t use any new products at the last minute as you might be allergic.

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So, here are a few things suggested by Dr. Jaishree Sharad that you shouldn’t try 1-3 days before your wedding.

Bleach And Facials

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You should avoid bleaching just before the wedding. This is because it may cause a reaction or a burn. If there is a reaction, then it may not heal within 3 days. Therefore, you should have a trial at least 8 weeks before your wedding. If you feel that the bleach suits your skin, then you should try it again 10 days before the wedding.

Again, you shouldn’t get a facial 1-3 days before your wedding. There may be side effects if a product doesn’t suit you and I’m sure you don’t want side effects like dermatitis or acne or folliculitis on your big day.

Black Head/White Head Extraction

Most brides get clean-ups done before their wedding for clear and flawless skin on D-day. However, you should avoid getting cleanups comprising of black heads or white heads just before your wedding.

This is because it can leave a mark or a scab on your skin or you can have acne if the treatment is incomplete. Therefore you should get it done at least 10 days before the wedding.

Home Remedies That You Haven’t Tried Before

You may think that home remedies are totally safe but there might be some ingredients that don’t suit your skin. Therefore, avoid any home remedies that you haven’t tried before as it may lead to burns, irritations or rashes.

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Chemical Peels & Laser Treatments

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Don’t undergo any chemical peels or laser treatments 3 days before your wedding day. Peels should be stopped 3 days before the wedding. Along with this, any laser treatment like laser toning or laser hair removal treatment can be done a week before the festivities start.

Fillers, Botox & Thread-Lift

Fillers, botox or thread lift should be done at least a month before the wedding day for the best results. Also, you can even bruise or have swelling after these procedures and it won’t go away easily. Therefore, it is recommended to not try these procedures just a few days before your wedding.

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New Cosmetics

You shouldn’t try any new cosmetics just before your wedding. Go for tried and tested products. Trying any new products may result in rashes or any other side effects. You never know you are allergic to which product, so, it is best to try only tested products.

Brides and grooms should get all the skin treatments a few months before the wedding. You should consult a dermatologist and get the best treatment done according to your skin. Make sure to get all the treatments done timely to look your best.

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