If you’re getting ready for a wedding, “skin lotions should come before the dress,” Marino tells mbg. Yes, that often means earlier months – maybe four or five months, if possible. Even if you’re not walking down the aisle, spacing between your treatments is key. “Starting regular facials a few months before anything major is always ideal, as it gives the facialist time to get to know your skin and start preparing it for the event,” she continues.
This means last minute facials with extractions, deep chemical peels, microneedling, etc. are a no-go if you only have a week or so left. In addition, a one-time swipe will likely not yield exciting results. “It is important to remember that one face, which is the laser, microneedleor exfoliation is a treatment, and about four of them are considered “cures,” Marino repeats.
Especially if you want to fade dark spots, reduce the appearance of pimples, work on any type of scar, lighten fine lines, or any other bigger skin goal, it can take a few months to get there. It is said, lymphatic drainage massage or face moisturizing It might come in handy days before a special day – just be sure to tell the esthetician you have a big event coming up.