Congratulations, you're getting married! It's almost your wedding day and you've been preparing for months. It's going to be great! However, you're starting to feel a bit tired and stressed as you reach the finish line. Sleep eludes you as you lie awake thinking about what's next on the to-do-list. Your diet has also been sketchy from too many taste tests and parties. And the strain is starting to show on your face, with the appearance of redness & irritation. Sound about right?
To help your skin look “dewy & not ewy”, we recommend eating foods rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals along with drinking plenty of water to improve your skin's appearance. Avoid aggravating your skin further with products containing harsh ingredients like salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide that may leave your skin dry, red, inflamed and possibly peeling.
Further to that, you may be tired but DO NOT go to sleep with your make-up on! Leaving trapped dirt and bacteria on your skin will only make matters worse. Before bed, remove your make-up, wash your face with a mild cleanser and apply our Clarifying Cream, which is an excellent and gentle way to help with your daily skin care battles. While you sleep it cleanses the skin of microorganisms and improves the appearance of irritated skin. If used as directed, your skin may show significant improvement, often within days of using it as directed. Apply the cream again in the morning on freshly cleansed skin for best results.
Worried about how it may affect your make-up? Clients love our Clarifying Cream as a primer, as it helps avoid the colonization of microbes underneath makeup. Many have claimed that they only apply their makeup once, because now it lasts longer too. So while you are greeting guests, toasting, and dancing our cream with micronized silver will be working on your skin, as it has a long-lasting microbial cleansing activity.
With everything planned to the finest detail, don't forget your skin! Look your best and say,"YES!" when the photographer asks "Are you ready for your close-up?