There is a lot of joy, excitement and happiness that surrounds a wedding. For the bride especially it is an extraordinary day. Being busy in the preparation for the big day and the general bustle and pressures of daily life, the bride often fails to prioritize her own personal care until its too late. The most visible consequences of this ignorance is seen on the face and skin. While most people focus on clothes, jewellery, shoes, flowers, décor and other things, they often neglect the most basic skin care. It is essential to prep up the skin in the proper way before the wedding to avoid last minute glitches. Dr. Amit Karkhanis, Director of Dr Tvacha said "Many brides come to us asking to get 'the Bridal Glow'. We understand they want everything to look perfect for the occasion. For this very purpose, we have a curated a few simple procedures that will give them a wholesome and complete refreshed look and the much-desired bridal glow. The Bridal Package here at Dr. Tvacha is created for to-be-brides and is customised according to every bride's chief concerns ie. skin - tone, type and texture. It essentially focuses on revealing new, fresh, supple-looking skin with the 'bridal glow' that every woman is looking for."
Alisha Singh, 28 year old lawyer, came to us with a request to look picture perfect. She has a very hectic work schedule and irregular sleep hours. She was unhappy with her skin quality and the dark circles. The qualified experts at Dr. Tvacha scanned her face and diagnosed that Alisha's skin was oily but dehydrated skin and there was some discoloration. Dr.Shetty, Skin expert at Dr. Tvacha says that skin care is a continuous process. For Alisha she recommended, "We start with a basic skin care routine that includes a good face wash probably containing glycolic acid, followed by a sunscreen and a depigmenting night cream." This is the basic that she must continue over a period of time. Of course the natural hydration process of drinking at least 3 liters of water daily is essential. Coming to in-clinic treatments, "We work with a combination of chemical peels and lasers to improve skin tone and texture. The peels will exfoliate and remove the dead skin layer. Lasers, on the other hand specifically target pigment producing cells and help us achieve a more even skin tone."
Another to-be-bride Rakhi Puri whose wedding date is 3 months away was very curious about our services. When Rakhi met our expert for her first consultation she said, "Many of my friends are pushing me to do facials and expensive parlor treatments. I am not sure if spending exorbitant amount of money on these are worth it. My concern is that these treatments will give a day's beauty but will it really last till the wedding day?" Dr. Karkhanis says, "Rakhi has made a wise decision to start early. One must start at least 2-3 months earlier. She is right to express her concerns about the temporary effects of various parlour/salon sessions. Consulting a skin care expert instead, is a smarter choice to make. But we do require a minimum of 2 to 3 months to work with a bride's skin depending on their chief complaints and skin type and texture of course!" For Rakhi, he recommends, "We could look at a few sessions of a fotofacial which is a combination of a facial and a skin rejuvenating laser. These lasers work on stimulating the skin to form new collagen and elastin thus giving the skin a tightening effect or to get rid of any discolouration. A vitamin C infusion can be added to the treatment to finish the session off with a glowing skin. A minimum of 3 to 4 sessions is recommended with an interval of 21 days between 2 sessions."
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