Skincare routine to follow before your big day


Skincare. What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear this word? We hear happy skin, happy life. A wedding is one of the most important days in anyone’s life, so the bride and the groom need to make sure that your skin glows as bright as possible on your big day.

One of the greatest tricks for flawless makeup is to have glass-like skin naturally. Your regular skincare routine might work well for you, but does it make your skin glow like it’s supposed to? Gorgeous bridal skin requires you to go beyond your regular skincare routine, and it’s not just the face we are talking about. Makeup might hide those tiny flaws, but would make your skin seamless? Great makeup can be a good fix, but that natural bridal glow makes all the difference, and of course, makes the photographer’s job so much easier.

Weddings the busy and we know the struggle of organizing a hassle-free wedding, so you don’t have to make any drastic changes in your skin routine. Here are some simple adjustments to your daily lifestyle and beauty regime that will get you that special glow.

Start getting regular body massages well in advance

When you are stress-free and getting rid of those tight knots from your body, your skin will automatically start showing the difference. Oil massages are a great way to provide nourishment to the skin and provide deep relaxation. Use special Ayurvedic treatment oils for treating skin issues like tanning and hyperpigmentation. Such treatments have special importance in Indian bridal preparation before marriage

Follow a strict diet

It’s no mystery that whatever you eat reflects on your skin. Therefore, our first pre-bridal tip isn’t about following any elaborate bridal skincare routine but about identifying the right diet for you. You may consult a dietician to chalk out a personalized diet plan for you.

We strongly recommend slowly eliminating sugar and carb from your diet. Avoid munching on junks like chips, chocolates, ice creams, or sodas as they are the first to cause bloating and skin breakouts. Instead, start following a balanced diet consisting of fruits, green vegetables, and protein.

Start sipping on hydrating liquids like coconut water and lime water. Also, consider including green tea in your diet for a healthy dose of anti-oxidants.

Start getting facials in advance


Starting monthly facials six months before the wedding is a wonderful idea.

Before applying any products on your face, get them to patch tested by a salon expert. If you have any specific skin concerns, discuss these with them before the facial so that they can prescribe the best products for you.

Get plenty of sleep

Dark bags under your eyes are the last thing you want on your wedding day. As a result, we recommend that you develop the habit of sleeping for 8 to 10 hours each night.

Believe us when we suggest that sleep is crucial! When do you believe all of the cell and bodily tissue regeneration and creation takes place? It happens when we’re fast asleep. Not only that, but our central nervous system is calmed and tension is reduced when we sleep with relaxed breathing.

Double cleanse

Daily cleaning is the first step in pre-wedding skincare.

Because your skin is exposed to so much filth and pollution throughout the day, it’s important to take skin washing seriously. Use an all-natural makeup remover that is rich in natural butter and oils that is mild but effective in removing dirt and makeup from your pores.

Start your yoga routine right away

Sweating is well-known for making your skin glow and is beneficial to wedding skincare. Yoga, Ayurveda’s sister science, suggests asanas that increase perspiration, tone the body and promote blood circulation. It’s no wonder that it’s one of the most popular bridal beauty suggestions.

Meditation aids in the reduction of stress and the development of mental fortitude. Practicing a combination of Yoga and meditation during these stressful, fast-paced days will help you relax and prepare for your wedding while also giving you perfect skin.

Manage stress

Stress may lead to skin breakouts and a drab appearance. Yes, you should make regular efforts to control your stress.

You are more adept at determining what will be most beneficial to you. It might be a soothing full-body massage or scrub for some. If you enjoy massages, give yourself a pleasant massage with Kama Ayurveda’s Sugandahi Rejuvenating Body Treatment Oil.

You may also try meditating for ten minutes in the morning or evening.