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Skincare at 2 weeks until the wedding

Wedding days are the most important days for many people and it is natural to want to look your best. With two weeks until the big day, here are some tips and tricks for looking radiant on your special day:

1. Hydration Is Key : The importance of hydration cannot be overstated when it comes to skin care. Drinking plenty of water every day can help keep skin glowy and healthy, as well as flush out toxins from the body. Aim to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day, plus add in other drinks such as natural fruit juices or herbal teas to help keep your skin hydrated and fresh.

2. Avoid Overdoing Treatments : You may have heard about certain face masks or treatments that claim to make you look better in no time, but these can often do more harm than good if overused so close to your wedding day. Stick with a gentle cleanser twice a day and moisturizer morning and night; any intense treatments should be avoided in the lead up to your wedding - this will not only help prevent potential flare-ups but also give your skin time for any treatment effects to settle down before the big day.

3. Use Sunscreen Regularly : Sun exposure is one of the biggest causes of premature aging, so it’s important to wear sunscreen all year round

 - not just when you know you’ll be out in the sun! Choose an SPF30+ sunscreen and apply generously 15 minutes before going outdoors, every two hours thereafter, and after swimming or sweating too much - this will help protect your skin from UV damage and premature wrinkles that can permanently impact its appearance.

4. Invest In Quality Skin Care Products : It's tempting to buy cheap skincare products with claims that seem too good to be true, however investing in quality products is worth it - especially when it comes to makeup removal wipes which can contain nasty chemicals that could irritate sensitive skin types like yours. Instead opt for natural ingredients whenever possible - look out for things like green tea extract, aloe vera or witch hazel which have antioxidant properties that soothe inflammation while cleansing your face gently without stripping away its natural oils.

5. Eat Right For Your Skin Type : Diet plays an important role in maintaining healthy looking skin - oily complexions benefit from diets high in omega 3 fatty acids which can reduce sebum production (the oil responsible for breakouts) while dry skins need foods rich in antioxidants like fruits and vegetables (especially those containing vitamin C), nuts & seeds which will help protect against environmental pollutants that contribute towards wrinkles & fine lines appearing prematurely . Eating right for your specific skin type will ensure you look glowing on your wedding day!

These are just some simple tips & tricks for keeping skin looking perfect two weeks before your big wedding day! Remember that drinking plenty of water throughout the week, using quality skincare products formulated specifically for you as well as eating nutritious meals tailored towards your individual needs will ensure you look fabulous on this special occasion!

As always, I'm here to offer all the help and support that I can! Don't be afraid to reach out with any questions or concerns - after all, planning a wedding isn't easy and it takes a village!

Plus, I've been in this industry for years as both a vendor and as someone who planned my own wedding. Which means I have plenty of tips, tricks and advice to share.

I'm by no means an expert wedding planner but these are some useful guidelines which will hopefully make your planning process just a little bit easier.

It's important to remember that delegation is key and you should never try to take on the entire planning process alone. This can lead to severe stress levels as well as taking away from the joys of the experience.

So don't hesitate to ask your family, friends and even vendors for their input or assistance when it comes to tackling various tasks on your list. You're bound to get amazing ideas by releasing some of the control and allowing others into the planning process.

Letting go can be difficult but it truly does make for a much more enjoyable event for all involved in the end. And isn't that what we all want?

Happy Planning!

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