Best Cosmetic Procedure to Get Done Before a Wedding?

Best Cosmetic Procedure to Get Done Before a Wedding?

To say you’re thrilled for your upcoming nuptials would be a significant understatement.  You can’t wait for that moment where you’re walking down the aisle toward your loved one, ready to start a brand-new life together.  All eyes will be on you…

And that’s why you want to look your absolute best for your big day!

But before you start making appointments for cosmetic procedures, keep this in mind – many procedures should be timed in such a way where you still won’t be recovering from your treatment.  For example, many laser resurfacing treatments require a couple of weeks’ recovery for side effects to dissipate.  Even dermal fillers and Botox can lead to side effects like bruising, swelling, and slight bleeding. 

In other words, if you leave these cosmetic treatments until the last minute, there’s a good chance your wedding photographs will have evidence of your cosmetic work!

The best cosmetic procedure to get done before a wedding is a superficial treatment, like a facial or mild dermabrasion.  These can safely be performed a few weeks before the wedding, which gives your skin enough time to recover from any side effects that may have occurred.  You should always ensure that a patch test is done before undergoing a facial to determine if you might have an adverse reaction.

In general, it’s best to book all facial rejuvenation treatments about two to three months before your big day.  That way, any redness and peeling will be long gone in time for you to say “I do.”

For more information about the best cosmetic procedures to schedule in the lead-up to your big day, schedule a bridal consultation at Laser Skin Care Center in Long Beach, CA today! (562) 997-1144

2017-07-06T22:59:25+00:00 June 6th, 2017|

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