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Smooth, glowing, flawless skin is every bride's goal. If you have major skin issues to deal with such as cystic acne, rosacea or deep wrinkles, make an appointment with a dermatologist at least six months prior to the wedding. If you have other minor skin problems like blackheads, clogged pores, dullness, or dry patches, then it's best to start seeing a good facialist at least three months prior to the wedding for a once-a-month facial. A facialist can help you with a skincare regime to get your skin into top condition. But monthly facials can add up. If this isn't in your budget consider some easy treatments you can do at home.
As soon as possible, get into the habit of using an exfoliating scrub at least three times a week. This will help unclog pores and get rid of dead skin cells, revealing the fresher, newer skin underneath. All skin types can benefit from exfoliation. If you are oily, try a clay masque once a week to absorb excess oil. Dry skin needs a hydrating mask at least once a week to deep condition the skin and get rid of dry patches. By planning ahead and taking care of your skin, it will be in peak shape for the big day.