Your bride is not the only one who should look and feel amazing on your wedding day. You should be dapper and debonair as well because the spotlight will be on the two of you. More photos will be taken of you on this one day than have been taken your entire life, so you want to look AND feel your best. As soon as you pop the question, you will want to start getting in the best shape possible for your big day. If you do not have a regular skin and fitness regimen in place, start one.
If you have problems with your skin such as acne, razor irritation, etc., make an appointment to with a dermatologist to assess your skin and get it into better shape before you begin using any products which could potentially irritate your skin. There are so many products on the market and it can be overwhelming. To avoid any allergic reactions, please do not use any new and unfamiliar products without conducting some research or testing the product on an area of your body, other than your face. If you test the product and you feel or see some sort of irritation, stop using the product immediately. A healthy skin care regimen does not have to be and should not be complicated, expensive or consist of twenty products. Since you will be doing this routine daily, you want to keep it as simple as possible. A daily cleanser and moisturizer, a weekly exfoliation and, I almost forgot, drinking lots of water are pretty much all you need. Ideally, you want to begin a specialized regimen to get your skin in tip top shape for your wedding as soon as possible, but at the latest, at least two months before your wedding. This will give you ample opportunity to see if you develop an allergic reaction to any of the products. This will also give you enough time to visually see the benefits of your regimen.
In addition to work and life’s other obligations and activities, you are now in the process of planning a wedding, which will take up more time in your days which already do not have enough hours. But, take some time to incorporate a regular fitness and nutrition regimen into your schedule. In addition to helping your body look better on the outside, a fitness and nutrition regimen will take care of you from the inside, which is the most important. Just like your skin regimen, it does not have to be and should not be complicated. But, before beginning any kind of fitness or nutrition regimen, talk to your primary care physician about your plan. You do not want to start any program that is not healthy for you. If you are unsure about what foods to incorporate into your diet or the proper way to exercise, a nutritionist and a fitness expert/trainer can assist you in tailoring a regimen specifically for you.
Yes, you will look magazine sharp on your wedding day, but once you see the amazing results, you will want to incorporate these changes into your overall lifestyle.