Weddings are some of the most special celebrations we experience. Whether you are the bride, groom, family member or part of the bridal party, you want to look and feel your best. Wedding photographs are treasured family memories, and taking the time to address aesthetic concerns before the wedding will allow you to confidently smile for the camera. Working with a trusted board certified facial plastic surgeon, your skin can be rejuvenated, your body can be sculpted, and your overall unique beauty can be enhanced so you will feel confident and beautiful on that special day.
A wedding is meticulously planned, and likewise it is important to carefully plan for the treatment of any aesthetic needs. This is because some aesthetic concerns require more than one treatment a few weeks apart. Examples of treatments like this include hair removal and body sculpting. It can be so confusing trying to determine how best to approach your aesthetic concerns. There are so many options and everyone has their own advice. However, the very best thing you can do is to have a consultation with a facial plastic surgeon. A facial plastic surgeon should have plenty of non-invasive treatment options such as photo rejuvenation, Botox, fillers, laser skin resurfacing, and hair removal. With the physician, you can discuss concerns and skin care needs. From there, you can come up with a game plan to get these areas addressed before the big day.
It is also imperative to begin a daily skin care regimen with medical grade skin care products. These products should contain essential vitamins (especially vitamin A) and antioxidants to nourish and protect the skin. Adding in some peptides can help with a variety of concerns too. Over the counter skin care products cannot penetrate the outer layer of the skin. Physician grade skin care products have higher levels of active ingredients so your skin can actually be better, not just feel better. Combining a high-quality skin care routine with monthly facial treatments will result in brighter, tighter skin and a glowing complexion.
While I have concentrated on non-invasive treatments thus far, I would be remiss not to mention more invasive procedures. For certain people, an upcoming wedding can be the impetus to consider surgical procedures. Of course, surgery is not warranted in every case. However, revitalizing tired-looking eyes, addressing a sagging neck and jowls, are all possible surgical treatments. Having a thorough consultation with a board-certified facial plastic surgeon will allow you to understand your options and make an informed decision about what approach to take. Obviously, these kinds of procedures need to be planned well in advance of the wedding.
Wedding season will be here soon, so getting started now with an aesthetic plan will be one less thing to worry about. Wrinkles, unwanted body fat, skin discolorations, sagging skin, and unwanted hair are only some of the issues that can be successfully addressed. Even if you are not the bride, you can vow to be your most beautiful.