The wedding indicates a significant change in the life of a traditional Indian woman. Everything about the bride should be perfect. The grooming sessions for a bride begins a month or two before the wedding day.

Here are a few tips to get that gorgeous bridal glow on the wedding day.

  • CTOM: For every bride it is extremely important to follow a CTOM regime to take care of the skin. This includes Cleansing, Toning, Oiling, and Moisturising which makes the skin look radiant. This helps the skin to breathe better and stay fresh. This regime everyday can help a great deal for you skin.

  • Face PackA good face pack can do wonders for your skin too. This instant glow facial face back is a must-try for any bride to be. Mash papaya and add a spoon of milk powder to it and 2 drops of Lavender essential oil. Apply this all over the neck and face. Leave it for 20 minutes. Gently massage face with wet hands while the pack is still on and rinse off after 20 minutes. 

  • Under Eyes: It is very normal to get dark circles during this time with all late-night functions and sleepless nights thereby applying an undereye gel or some warm tea bags under the eyes to erase the darkness around the eyes.

  • Facial Sessions: Wedding is the perfect time to get some extra pampering. Besides, home remedies and DIY face packs, you may book an appointment with your aesthetician for a facial that stimulates blood and make your skin look healthy. Blossom Kochhar Aroma Magic Bridal Glow Facial Kit is suitable for all skin types and is recommended all soon bride to be. This 7-step facial with its unique ingredients enhances natural glow and imparts dazzling radiance to the skin.

  • Healthy Eating: It is also very important to take care of the diet a few days before the wedding. You can have a glass of warm water every morning. This will start the detoxification process. Fresh fruit juices will aid the process. A glass of milk with one or two saffron strands at night will also help your skin become smooth. You may include dried fruits like figs and dates and nuts like almonds in the diet. It is better that you follow a light vegetarian diet during this time.It is also recommended to include lots of fruits and green vegetables in your diet to keep your skin hydrated and glowing. Avoid spicy food, tea, coffee, cigarettes and fatty foods.

  • Exercise: Exercise pumps in the blood to the skin and provides oxygen and nutrients required by the skin. It helps the skin to sweat and thereby flush out impurities. It has the power to detoxify our cells and purify the skin. It also promotes the production of collagen which rejuvenates the skin and bringing the glow to the skin.

  • Hydration: Hydration is very important for a healthy skin. This help maintains the moisture level of the skin by discharging perspiration and flushing the impurities out from your skin. Apart from drinking water, fruits and vegetables which have water content also keep your hydrated. For eg: watermelon, plums, peaches and many more.

DIY scrub recipes for all skin types:

  • For oily skin: Mix 5 tablespoons of fuller's earth, orange peel and sandalwood powder each, and keep in a jar. Remember to exfoliate your skin twice a week. Whenever you wish to exfoliate, mix it with rose water and two drops of tea tree oil. Apply, massage for a minute and then rinse off.

  • For dry skin: Mix 1 large tablespoon oatmeal, 1 tablespoon fresh cream, 1 crushed almond and 2 drops of sandalwood oil. Damp your face with water. Massage this gently on the skin and then rinse with cold water.

  • For combination skin: Mix 1 tablespoon cream, 1/4 tablespoon granular coffee powder and two drops of rose oil to exfoliate your skin.