You deserve to captivate guests and be proud of your wedding photos for years to come. Your save-the-dates have been sent out, the bridal party has been selected, and you are noticing the toll stress has taken on your skin while you plan a wedding. Starting your skin care regime six months prior to your wedding date will allow us to cater to every one of your unique skin care needs and see each treatment package through to full completion. Infact here are the most popular and essential pre-wedding treatments for you, followed by tips by the Skin Expert on your beauty regime along the time frame of your wedding.

PAINLESS Laser Hair Removal This is the foremost treatment that most brides and grooms opt for, you do not want to go through the pain and effort of waxing after your wedding. Now there are new machines that are virtually painless and extremely effective as they combine multiple lasers in one device so that you have the ultimate result so why should you go through waxing. Lasers can be used to reduce unwanted hair from any part of the body including legs, underarms, upper lip, bikini line, chest, chin, and back. Length and frequency of hair removal visits depends on your unique needs.

AgeLess Stem Cell Facial™– this is a new and improved version of the traditional Vampire Facial with an AgeLess™ twist. It is the ultimate facial for a superb glow – giving you an even better boost of Collagen, to make your skin look younger, tighter and more radiant.

Super-Facials are the latest development in beauty regimes for brides and grooms, combining traditional skin care with technology – giving you the most effective results while ensuring safety with FDA approved technology

AgeLess 360∘Facial – This is a facial that flawlessly combines laser technology, a traditional facial and a few special AgeLess facial steps to give you the ultimate bridal glow along with rejuvenated fresher looking skin.

Skin Tightening to smooth and tighten skin. This procedure not only reduces loose skin, but it also works on wrinkles and scars. Procedures are recommended every 28 days, for a total of three to five visits.

Skin Brightening – Q-switch Laser is used for various skin treatments especially for the face and neck – skin brightening and reduction of fine lines are the most popular so far, this is because as Indians we do not wrinkle, we pigment. Most brides and grooms face problems like hyper pigmentation, tanning and dark circles, while on a daily basis you may not pay too much attention to it, before your big day you do not want any such problems to spoil your glow or look on your big day. Your outfit does not need to be the shinning star at the ceremony, you do!

Non-Surgical Dark Circle Reduction – There are various lasers and treatments that help you get rid of the bags and dark circles under your eye. Find out which is most suitable for you and opt for one. There is nothing that will kill your glow more than tired looking eyes.

Skin Rejuvenation / glow treatments to help with glow, acne and pigmentation. Procedures are recommended every 14 for a total of five visits

Microdermabrasion to smooth the skin’s texture and reduce scarring, pigmentation, and wrinkles. (Procedures take place two weeks after skin rejuvenation and skin tightening treatments, three to five treatments.)

Peels/Cosmelan to peel away aged skin and create a more youthful appearance. The peel also reduces blemishes. (We recommend monthly peels)

BOTOX® and Fillers – to smoothen and reduce lines on your forehead and between your brows and for subtle changes like slightly plump lips and that tiny lift that you think you need and so on.. Feel free to do a test run of Botox three months prior to your big day. (Another injection would be required four to six weeks prior to the wedding.)

contouring to gradually smoothen skin’s surface with a noticeable reduction in cellulite (Four to six treatments, once a week.)

Body Polishing – A body clean-up and polish followed by relaxing body glow oil-just for relaxation and brightness. We know your face looks great now but let’s not forget the rest of the body.