Mar 4 2020
Every bride wants to look good on their wedding day. It could be one of the reasons which make the brides experiment numerous beauty treatments in the days that lead to the wedding.
Do you know that some of these pre-wedding beauty treatments could, in fact, create trouble for you on the wedding day? There is no need to panic; we didn't mean that all these treatments are bad. Many of these treatments, indeed, boost the bride's self-confidence in a big way.
The problem is while you go for some of these treatments when there are hardly any days left to the wedding. We will introduce you to such certain treatments which should be avoided if your wedding day is very near.
Chemical peeling helps to remove the dead cells from your face and it lightens dark patches and reduces wrinkles. But this treatment could create temporary dryness to your skin and that could lead to flaky skin and sometimes severe itchiness. Due to its risk factors, brides are not advised to go through this treatment unless they have enough time in hand. It should be done at least two to three weeks before the wedding.
Botox injections are great to look good, but it also has adverse effects. Usually, botox would help to give your skin and facial features a more plump and refreshing look, but as it can cause certain short-term problems to your skin the brides are not advised to go through it.
Other major beauty treatments which should be avoided include, removing the thicker and uneven outer layer of the skin, lip plumping (for that sexy pout), and many cosmetic surgeries such as rhinoplasty, dimple creation etc...