Skincare Saviours

Skincare Saviours

Skincare Saviours

Often brides ask me what they can do at home to help look after their skin in the run up to the wedding day. As well as following a regular and consistent cleanse, tone and moisturise skincare routine, these added extras are perfect if you feel like your skin needs a little pick me up. It’s important that you use a product that best suits your skin needs. Take a minute to think about what it is you need. Do you get a lot of dry skin? Then maybe you need to help by adding some moisture. Maybe you have a really oily T-zone? Or are prone to breakouts?  Whatever your concern, take a look at some of my product suggestions below:


Charlotte Tilbury Instant Magic Facial Dry Sheet Mask

This product is as magic as it says on the tin! The burst release effect of the mask can last for up to 8 hours. It’s not the cheapest option at around £18 but it’s clinically proven ‘5 skin solution’ that will feed the skin exactly what it needs is more than worth the investment! It reduced wrinkles, brightens, tightens, lifts, and hydrates – what more could you want!?


GLAMGLOW Youthmud Glow Stimulating Treatment

If you’re after than envious ‘Instagram worthy’ glow then make sure you check out this one. Dubbed the ‘facial in a jar’ it exfoliates gently, leaving you with brighter, smoother skin. The same brand offers a variety of alternative options too including their best selling ‘supermud clearing’ treatment for acne-prone skin.


The Body Shop Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask

At just £6 for 15ml, this 100% vegan mask is infused with green tea leaves and tea tree oil.  It draws out impurities and refines the appearance of pores, absorbing excess oil and revealing a healthy, youthful glow

I’m always looking for new suggestions so if you have a favorite of your own then be sure to let me know! Good skincare is the key to a good makeup application, so if you want any more advice as to how best look after your skin in preparation for your wedding make up then don’t hesitate to ask!