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Pre-Wedding Skin Care With Eminence Organics

Are you a bride-to-be looking for that “lit from within” glow on the big day? Eminence Organics has put together the perfect pre-wedding skin care routine. Designed to brighten and treat the visible signs of aging and problem skin, this routine will tone your complexion without overdrying. Read on to learn our tips for an all-natural solution for flawless skin on the big day.

Pre-Wedding Skin Care Routine

For optimal results, wedding skin care prep includes five key steps as recommended by the licensed estheticians on the Eminence Organics Product Support Team:

  1. Cleanse
  2. Tone
  3. Treat
  4. Eye Care
  5. Moisturize

This order of application best preps the skin for each following step, ensuring your complexion receives the maximum benefit from each product. The products suggested below are recommended to help tone and smooth the complexion, but a licensed esthetician at your closest Eminence Organics Spa Partner can best assist in fine tuning and personalizing your pre-wedding skin care routine.

Step 1: Cleanse

To remove impurities and buildup, we recommend cleansing with our Citrus Exfoliating Wash. Containing fresh lime juice and grapefruit seed, this will cleanser will leave you with a summer wedding glow even Meghan Markle would be envious of!Eminence Organics Citrus Exfoliating Wash

Step 2: Tone

To smooth and tone the skin, Mangosteen Revitalizing Mist is a must-have for both pre-wedding skin care and touch ups on your wedding day. Mangosteen is an antioxidant-rich ingredient that promotes natural radiance and minimizes the look of environmental stress. Red clover flower extract refines and improves skin tone to minimize pore size. 

Step 3: Treat

With skin toned, it is now prepped to treat. First smooth on a few drops of Eminence Organics Bright Skin Licorice Booster Serum. Not only will this product boost the results of your following treatments, but it is considered the “favorite brightener on the planet” by The Skinny Confidential. To minimize pores and eliminate the need for primer, next apply our Mangosteen Daily Resurfacing Concentrate. Should you have any pesky blemishes - fear not. Our award-winning Clear Skin Targeted Treatment received a rave wedding review from Felicia, another Eminence Organics devotee:Eminence Organics Clear Skin Targeted Treatment

“Saved my wedding day! I absolutely love this product! The day before my wedding, I was so stressed out and my skin was not doing well. This product literally saved the day!”

Step 4: Eye Care

The last thing any bride wants is dark undereye circles. Eminence Organics President Boldijarre Koronczay recommends our Wild Plum Eye Cream along with hydration and a balanced diet to minimize the appearance of unwanted circles. Not sure how to start? Learn how to apply eye cream from Eminence Lead Skin Care Expert Natalie Pergar:


Step 5: Moisturize

To seal in benefits and protect the complexion from environmental stress, moisturization is key. In the morning, we recommend Red Currant Protective Moisturizer SPF 40. For evening, we recommend layering our best selling Bamboo Firming Fluid beneath Clear Skin Probiotic Moisturizer. Not just healthy for your insides, probiotic skin products are the perfect addition to your pre-wedding skin care routine - even recommended by Martha Stewart Weddings.

When Should You Get A Facial Before Your Wedding?

To boost your glow, we also recommend visiting your local Eminence Organics partner spa for professional treatments and consultation. Not only will your esthetician be able to assist with building your personalized pre-wedding skin care routine, but also in planning and scheduling facial treatments. As noted by The Knot, for amazing results, start your pre-wedding skin care routine a year in advance with monthly facials scheduled with an esthetician.

Is your big day coming up? What’s your pre-wedding skin care routine? Let us know in the comments below and share with us on social media.

This article was originally written in June 2018.