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UKbride Member Request 20 May 2018

Hi there! I want my skin to look the best it can for my wedding in...

Hi there! I want my skin to look the best it can for my wedding in November. Currently I don't follow a strict skin care regime - daily facial wash and a good moisturiser. What are your suggestions? Many thanks

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UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 22 May 2018

I swear by tropic - it is amazing and complete natural!

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 22 May 2018

I was like this. I had a trial with the wonderful lady I ended up going with and we talked about it. Well actually I drove her to despair with how poorly I maintained my skin (and hair). Bless her. I followed her advice on what my skin needed as she could see it and my skin has never looked better. I would suggest finding someone you want to possibly use for the make up for your wedsing and speak to them xx

Roxie Houghton
Roxie Houghton 22 May 2018

My biggest tip is to find a brand you like and stick with it. I use garnier everything..makeup remover, scrub, mask, moisturiser, eye cream. I've found they work so much better with one brand as they're all working together! Good luck! X

Sian Brigham
Sian Brigham 22 May 2018

The ordinary, great stuff and such great value!

Helen Ferguson
Helen Ferguson 22 May 2018

If you want quality without the heft price tag, try Liz Earle - amazing products & great results

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 22 May 2018

I stopped wearing make up and used Liz Earle

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 22 May 2018

If it works for you don’t change it! I kept the same skin care routine and my make up lady asked what I’d done as my skin looked amazing! (Don’t know how as I still suffer from breakouts and expected one before the wedding.) Moisturise twice daily and would recommend toning to close pores! Also a facial sunscreen does wonders!!! Good luck!! Xx

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 22 May 2018

If you’re not fussed on price tag, get a Dermalogica facial and a skin kit to suit your skin type for everyday regime. Consider procedures like microdermabrasion or dermaplaning if you need to even skin tone etc x

Amy Topliss
Amy Topliss 22 May 2018

It may be pricey but the clarins cleansing face wash is the only product that truly keeps my skin smooth and hydrated and clear of blemishes

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 23 May 2018

Try Arbonne, the skin care range is amazing and all cruelty free! It uses botanical ingredients and has different ranges for different skin types. I’m an Arbonne consultant so feel free to message me if you want to know more

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 23 May 2018

Get a facial from somewhere and speak to them about skincare, they will give you advice specific to your skin x

Abbey Lawson
Abbey Lawson 23 May 2018

Drink loads of water :

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 24 May 2018

Dermalogica and Liz Earle are amazing. Cleanse, Tone and Moisturise twice a day. Exfoliate once a week. Drink lots of water and wear SPF. Foundation with SPF is useless so put it under your makeup if you wear makeup. At least SPF 15. I also have miroderm abrasion every 2-3 weeks which is amazing! Good luck! 🦄

Michaela Sharp
Michaela Sharp 24 May 2018

Everyone's skin is different so no point asking for skin care recommendations. Go see a beauty therapist who can recommend the best products for you. It's never too late to start.

Rebecca Saunders
Rebecca Saunders 25 May 2018

Cleanse, active/acid, serum, moisturiser for before bed, and the same but no active and out some spf and a mist in the morning 🙂 Superdrug have all of these products which are good quality and cheap in their own brand.
Also, read Caroline Hirons blog it will give you some tips 🙂

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 25 May 2018

Environ, it not cheap and you have to buy it from a specialist supplier. It’s incredible

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