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Get Your Skin Ready For Your Wedding Day With help: clear skin

May 1, 2017 by Samantha Martin
Wedding season is officially upon us and if you’re planning a wedding then chances are you are very stressed right now and so is your skin!

Wedding season is officially upon us and if you’re planning a wedding then chances are you are very stressed right now. And all that stress won’t be helping your skin one little bit. If you want to be a glowing bride on your wedding day then you need to start preparing your skin, fighting your spots and acne, and banishing all your skin problems for good. It’s time to get your skin perfectly wedding ready!


What To Avoid Before Your Wedding 


Stress is a major cause of acne so you need to start avoiding as many stressful situations as possible. That’s not easy when you’ve got a wedding to plan. Try and delegate as much as you can to parents, siblings, bridesmaids etc.


Scientists believe that stress causes an increase in the production of sebum, an oily matter that is supposed to help protect skin but easily mixes with dead cells and bacteria to clog hair follicles and create spots. Being stressed causes the spots but then you get more stressed when it won’t go away. Try to relax. The term, ‘written all over your face’ will become very apt if you let the cycle of stress and spots continue. Not a good look on your wedding day.


Remember, you are what you eat, so watch your intake of things like chocolate and dairy products on the lead up to your big day. The natural hormones that are found in milk are similar to those produced during the teenage years, can be a cause of acne. Try cutting out dairy products in the weeks leading up to your wedding and see if this helps reduce your skin problems. Skip indulging in a whole bar of chocolate as well when you feel the need to comfort eat. We’ve talked about the link between chocolate and acne recently.


Avoid drinking and smoking altogether. Many people use cigarettes and alcohol to destress. But you aren’t helping your skin at all by doing this. The toxins in both are very damaging to your skin and won’t help your spots and acne heal. Alcohol will also help to dehydrate your skin and we’ve talked before about the importance of keeping your skin hydrated.



What To Do To Get Rid Of Acne


We’ve already mentioned avoiding as much stress as possible. Instead of taking solace in food, smoking or drinking try meditation or exercise to clear your mind. Just remember to follow our guide on sweating in the gym to make sure you don’t end up with post workout breakouts.


Eat a well-balanced diet. In the few weeks before you say I do you need to be focusing on what you put into your body. Putting in the wrong kind of things is going to show on the outside come your big day. Choose foods that are likely to keep your mood and energy levels sustained, but not spiking. Take a look at our anti-acne diet for beginners to create a great eating plan.


Introduce skin clearing supplements to your daily diet too, like our help: clear skin product. Just one sachet a day mixed with your favourite drink or soft food is going to help start to clear up your skin problems and keep spots at bay for the all-important day.


Make sure you’ve got a fool-proof beauty regime and keep on top of it. Ensure you are exfoliating and moisturising regularly and using the right natural skincare products for your skin type. Our guide to getting your skin summer ready will help with this.



What is help: clear skin


help: clear skin contains PravENAC™, our proprietary formula incorporating a clinically proven bioactive protein rich in lactoferrin. Lactoferrin has been shown to reduce the development of the bacteria responsible for many skin conditions such as acne, spots, blackheads and whiteheads due to its anti-microbial effects.


help: clear skin isn’t just for women so there’s no need to leave the groom out if he’s also suffering from skin problems, spots and acne. Our help: clear skin men is just for him!


help: clear skin is suitable for vegetarians, diabetics and anyone lactose intolerant and is gluten free. Each 3.5g skin food supplement sachet contains 200mg of lactoferrin, the full recommended daily intake.


Each serving also contains high extract aloe vera and zinc gluconate which have an antimicrobial and nourishing effect on the skin and oligofructose which is a source of soluble fibre extracted from the chicory root.


Using help: clear skin on a daily basis will leave you with naturally clear skin and a healthy complexion in time for your wedding day.





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