It's Bridal Trial Season

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Doing three different makeup trials this weekend has given me a great refresher on some advice for newly engaged brides. If you are engaged from the holidays and you are having a Spring, Summer or Fall wedding now is the time to step up or even start an effective skincare system if you haven't kept up.

It's a great start to make sure your skin is in the best shape it can be for your big Wedding Day. A few very effective products can take your skin from dull, dry, broken out to smooth, hydrated and clear.

I tell nearly every bride that they need to start or step up their exfoliating regime.  It make the skin so much smoother and will make your wedding day makeup go on smooth.  The better the skin, the closer the Airbrush Makeup will adhere to the skin making for a Flawless Face.   Micro Derm Scrub from my line of skincare  does the job safely and pleasantly.  The Micro beeds are the same as used in a full Microdermabrasion treatment.  Now with my product, you can give yourself a home Microdermabrasion treatment.  

 I suggest exfoliating your skin in the morning.

~If your facial skin is oily but not broken out, I recommend using it three times a week.

~ If you have combination skin, two to three times a week, depending on how sensitive your skin is. 

~ Very dry skin needs at least two times a week.  

The key is to be very gentle.  Go easy but concentrate on making a rotating motion all around your face.  Don't forget your neck.   Then follow up with a serum and/or a moisturizer.   Of course, I recommend my Vita Firm Serum and Hydrating Night Creme.  (I use the Hydrating Night creme in the daytime, too. Disregard, the "Night" part.

Even if you don't try my Micro Derm Scrub, please don't use an exfoliating using products with nuts and seeds.  They are too large and course and can scratch, redden and irritate your skin.  Some of the so called "top selling" products may be inexpensive and popular but they are not kind to skin.


Next steps coming in my next blog. 
Stay tuned!

Wishing you love, wishing you beauty




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