Any bride wants to be her most beautiful self on her wedding day. Looking and feeling beautiful is all about being comfortable in your own skin, but sometimes, skin blemishes can take a toll on your confidence.

To help you become that beautiful blushing bride in time for the big day, see our tips for achieving healthy and blemish-free skin.

  • Make sure to wear sunscreen

    While sunshine can give you your dose of Vitamin D, prolonged exposure to the sun without sunscreen can give you wrinkles and dark spots--and those are the last things you want to show on your wedding day. Make wearing sunscreen a part of your beauty regimen. Opt for a non-sticky formula or one that's suited for the face, so you can easily incorporate it in your make up routine. Don't forget to wear sunscreen for the body, too.

  • Exfoliate regularly

    Gently exfoliating gets rid of dead skin cells that make the skin look dull. Regular exfoliation also makes the skin smoother and more evenly toned. Choose a product with fine grains or scrubs that are gentle, and won't scratch your skin.

  • Pay special attention to scars

    Pimples aren't the only blemishes that you may have to deal with. Scars--especially elevated scars such as hypertrophic and keloidal scars--can keep you from being confident to bare skin. Use an effective treatment like Contractubex to help soften, flatten and reduce the redness of your scars. When used for three times a day for at least three months before your wedding, Contractubex can help improve the appearance of your scar--and you can easily wear your wedding gown without having to worry about unsightly scars.

Learn more about Contractubex through their Facebook page here.

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