Two Weeks Before Your Wedding: Get a Facial "Don't panic right before the wedding and decide to get an overly aggressive cosmetic procedure," says Evans. For one, if you've been following your dermatologist's advice, your skin should already be in good shape. And two, your skin could react to new treatments (think red, blotchy, broken-out, not pretty). Schedule treatments for at least two weeks beforehand, though you can do a basic at-home facial mask one week before. She also recommends getting an extra exfoliating treatment a month to two weeks before the big day to make skin really glow. And if -- horror of horrors -- you wake up with a gigantic zit a day or two before your big day, swing by your dermatologist's office for a cortisone injection to deflate it in a hurry.
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