"Don't change your skincare regimen if you have fewer than two weeks to go before your wedding," says Jaliman. "You should change it months in advance." Swapping in a new product could lead to allergic reaction, dryness, oiliness, or a bevy of other side effects that take time to correct. "Be sure to see your dermatologist a few months ahead of time," says Rosemarie Ingleton, MD
, a board certified dermatologist in New York City. "Your doctor can give you a personalized pre-wedding skin care routine, which will address your specific concerns to make sure your skin is radiant for the big day. Your dermatologist should be up there on your to-do list with the dress fittings and flowers."
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