On your wedding day, the only thing that should get more attention than the dress, is your beautiful face; so ensuring your skin is in tip-top condition is a must.

There are so many rules when it comes to skin-treatment that getting your skin routine right can feel like a guessing game.

The Director of Trumps Spa located at InterContinental Sydney Double Bay, has answered all the biggest bridal skin prep questions, so that your skin is as smooth as a baby’s (and not a teen’s)!

WW: Biggest Bridal Skincare #Fail

Trump Spa: Squeezing pimples just before the big day! Avoid those completely, as they may scar, bruise or scab and if it’s not removed correctly, a bigger one may appear.

WW: How Soon Should You Start? 

Trump Spa: Brides should begin their facial and body pre-wedding prep six-months before the big day. This gives the skin ample time to resurface, regenerate and ultimately be in a perfect state for the big day.

WW: Share the Love, or Stick With One Brand?

Trump Spa: Typically sticking to one product range will maximise the benefits of what that product has to offer. There is also less chance of a reaction to the skin when using multiple products within the same brand. If there is a reaction then it is easier to pin point what caused it.

What’s the Best Cleansing Routine? 

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16245Located at InterContinental Sydney Double Bay, Trumps Spa is a luxury day spa and hair salon providing indulgent spa experiences, Sydney’s best therapists and hair technicians, and the ultimate in luxury skin care and hair-care products

InterContinental Sydney Double Bay is Sydney’s newest luxury address located just minutes from the CBD. Set in picturesque Double Bay village, the hotel features 140 guest rooms and suites, Rooftop Pool & Lounge, Stockroom restaurant, Stillery gin bar, world-class concierge, pillarless Grand Ballroom, exclusive Club InterContinental lounge, and French provincial courtyard. For more beautiful imagery, head to their Instagram page.

Posted in Beauty, Body by wedded wonderland

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