What every Bride Must Do:
Exercise gets your circulation going, flushes out toxins and tones up your body. Get into a routine that you enjoy. A 30- minute run or walk, a dance class or jumping rope/ skipping are some good options. Swimming, though a form of good exercise, is not the advisable option because a combination of the sun and chlorine are likely to play havoc with your complexion
Where as your facial skin is the main focus for beauty treatments prior to your wedding, there are other areas that will complete a great picture and that will complete a great picture and that should not be regretted; make sure you also, with the help and advice of a professional, embark on a regimen of regular hair treatments, hand and feet care, as well as full-body treatments
As far as diet goes, the rules to follow are simple. There is no need to get yourself started on some hard-to-follow detox diet. Just keep in mind the following:
Eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables and drink lots of fresh juice
Drink eight large glasses of water per day
Cut out alcohol
Limit the amount of fat you take in. do not eliminate it completely. A little bit is good for your skin’s elasticity
The importance of cleansing, toning and moisturizing your face and neck can not be more emphasized. This should be done twice daily as you start your day and as you end it. In addition, a little extra care is needed occasionally for deeper cleansing. A mask will help draw out impurities from your pores and will also help to tone your skin further.
There are a wide range of beauty masks on the market, but the easiest natural way to do it is with honey:
• Warm up your face by either steaming it over a bucket of hot water for about 5 minutes or gently washing it with a warm towel to open up the pores
• Apply a thin layer of honey and leave it on for 30 minutes
• Rinse off gently with warm towel and finish off with a splash of cold water to close up the pores
• A mask treatment should typically be done once a week.