How to make your skin glow for the big day

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The key to preparing your skin for the big day is to start early.

Walking down the aisle involves different kinds of preparation, and brides want to look their best for their big day.

Plans for making sure skin is clear, tight and bright can start as early as one year before the wedding day for some, but dermatologists will have treatments appropriate for closer to the ceremony, as well.

Bethany Collins, assistant manager at Balfour Dermatology in Brentwood, said her office offers a range of treatments so brides can customize their results.


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