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Microdermabrasion and Bridal Makeup

Microdermabrasion and Bridal Makeup

Microdermabrasion and Bridal Makeup

I highly recommend that you have Microdermabrasion before your wedding to make the most of your makeup look. If it’s possible, please try to have a Microdermabrasion facial before the trial run and photo shoot as well. It make a huge difference on how well the makeup will blend and last on your skin.

Micro-Exfoliation is a technique for removing the topmost layer of skin, by gently exfoliating the skin with natural diamond chips, while at the same time vacuuming the dead skin cells away in a sterile and controlled manner. Removing this outer layer of dead skin cells leaves a smoother texture and promotes the growth of healthy new skin cells.

Is this procedure right for me if I am oily/sensitive skin type?

I totally understand your concerns, especially since some of you have sensitive skin. Acne-prone skin and sensitive skin often go hand in hand. Irritation is the most common concern among acne sufferers because it almost always leads to breakouts. Please consider going to a professional first for your microdermabrasion facial. The medical microabrasion procedure is designed to remove dead skin cells without touching any live tissue. It can only irritate the skin if it’s poorly performed or if poor quality crystals and skincare products are used. With personal microdermabrasion, however, things aren’t as simple.

Like all home exfoliation treatments, self microdermabrasion creams can irritate the skin to some extent. It’s not the exfoliation itself that causes irritation (unless you abrade the skin too much) but the chemicals in the product which trigger adverse reactions.

Since irritation can lead to acne breakouts it’s important that your physician puts you on the most gentle microdermabrasion formula first, before trying a more aggressive product. So hold off on these store bought treatments until you have the facial procedure with a professional first.

What about getting a sun tan?

Keep in mind that the sun plus microdermabrasion = extra dry and flaky skin. It could also make your facial skin more sensitive to the sun, thus making you a candidate for sunburns. It’s best not to tan your face at all. When I am doing a bronze goddess bridal look l create a glowing, tan complexion for my brides on their big day without having to expose their skin to the risks of sunbathing and sun lamps. Please trust me on this, a professional fake tan is your best option. By deepening the complexion to a rich bronze using makeup I protect you from future sun spots and wrinkles!

My advice is go for the facials and stop exposing your face to harmful sun rays. You will thank me one day. I tell my bride: “You bring me a skin that is smooth and deeply cleansed and I will deliver flawless!”

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Posted in Beauty Tips and Bridal Makeup and Skin Care by adminbm333 on March 28th, 2011 at 5:12 pm.

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