50 Pre-Wedding Skincare Products for Every Complexion Type

Adopt a bridal beauty regimen that will have your skin flawless and noticeably glowing for your big day

Updated 01/12/16

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The dress you choose for your wedding is a big deal, of course, but more than anything you want people looking at your happy face. Radiant, glowing, luminous — these are words any bride would surely love to be called.

And while your energy and excitement will be obvious no matter the state of your skin, with all eyes on you it's a good idea to take extra care of your complexion in the months leading up to the big day. After all, stress, which virtually all brides have, can be traumatic to our largest organ. A little planning and dedication, however, can get you the desired results.

"It's important to prepare well in advance with a solid skincare regimen, as radiant, clear skin takes some work for most," according to Dr. David Lortscher, San Diego-based dermatologist and founder of Curology. "In general, avoid products with too many ingredients, including fragrance and preservatives that can trigger irritation or allergy, and try not to experiment with new products within the last few weeks."

In addition to sticking with specific formulas, Beverly Hills celebrity dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer also advises making dietary changes the month before the wedding: "Cut out white carbs, processed foods and excessively salty foods or snacks." That, alongside a daily and nightly skincare regimen, "will reveal new, glowing skin by the time the day has arrived."

So that you're armed with the best out there, we asked Lortscher and Lancer, along with A-list go-to estheticians Vanessa Hernandez and Shani Darden to each recommend their favorites, broken down into normal, dry, acne/oily and sensitive skin types. One thing they all agree on: everyone can benefit from retinol. Go forth and glow!

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For Normal Skin

Courtesy of Shani Darden Skincare

A solid foundation is necessary for building a skincare regime that will get your skin ready for its close-up. Darden stresses that brides need to be diligent about their regimen, which starts with always removing your makeup at night! This "is a highly effective cleanser that's strong enough to wash off your makeup, but gentle enough to not cause irritation," she says. Cleansing Complex Gel, $38, iS Clinical available at Shani Darden Skincare

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For Normal Skin

Courtesy of Shani Darden Skincare

"The single most important thing you can do for your skin is to protect it from the sun," says Darden. "Control Corrective's SPF 30 provides the daily protection you need without clogging your pores." That's because its zinc base is grease-free yet still hydrating, non-comedogenic and packed with antioxidants, making it actually great for the skin. Oil Free Sunscreen SPF 30, $28, Control Corrective available at Shani Darden Skincare

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For Normal Skin

Courtesy of Honest Beauty

If you had to pinpoint just one specific feature on your face to get in tip-top shape, it might just be your lips. After all, they have the most important job of the day between the big kiss and all that smiling. "Magic Balm is my go-to lip product to keep my lips soft and smooth, day and night," says Darden. Regular use of the organic fruit and botanical oil-enriched product will get your pout ready for the spotlight. Magic Balm, $18, Honest Beauty

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For Normal Skin

Courtesy of Amazon

It's important to find a moisturizer you absolutely love, so that you will actually use it morning and night. Darden's recommendation is iS Clinical Reparative Moisture Emulsion, which she calls "an extremely hydrating moisturizer that won't clog your pores." Sensing a theme? Clogged pores lead to pimples and other problems, so soothing with this lightweight paraben-free, peptide-packed emulsion will keep your skin plumped and line-free. Reparative Moisture Emulsion, $80, iS Clinical available on Amazon

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For Normal Skin

Courtesy of NuFACE

"I use the professional version of the at-home NuFACE Trinity in all of my facials," says Darden. Indeed, devices can help mimic a professional facial experience from the comfort of your bathroom, and they're safe to use much more frequently than you'd get facials. "The micro-current technology helps improve facial contour, tone skin, and reduce wrinkles." Think of it as an investment that's a win-win-win! Trinity Facial Trainer, $325, NuFACE

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For Normal Skin

Courtesy of Shani Darden Skincare

"Don't start using a retinol right before your wedding," warns Darden. But, if you've tried one before or start early enough (at least three months before tying the knot), it can be a game-changer. "My Retinol Reform is great to incorporate into your routine — it decreases fine lines and wrinkles, boosts collagen in the skin and helps make it look tighter and younger." Who wouldn't want that? Retinol Reform, $95, Shani Darden Skincare

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For Normal Skin

Courtesy of Shani Darden Skincare

No one wants bags on her big day. Darden's favorite under-eye baggage preventer is Youth Eye Complex, which "helps hydrate and smooth under-eye puffiness, dark circles and wrinkles." It does so with a formula that uses "intelligent proteins" to penetrate and treat the signs of aging at a cellular level. Hyaluronic acid is the main ingredient (not water!), ensuring a major blast of hydration alongside peptides and key growth factors that are power players. Youth Eye Complex, $96, iS Clinical available at Shani Darden Skincare

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For Normal Skin

Courtesy of Shani Darden Skincare

Exfoliation is an essential if you want a healthy complexion. And not just for brides! Darden says, "At-home exfoliants are key to keeping your skin bright and glowing. I recommend using Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Peels (Original Strength) once a week." The two-step treatment has powerful ingredients including glycolic and lactic acids, along with green tea extract and vitamins A, C and E to protect from environmental damage. "With normal skin you can exfoliate up until the day before your wedding." Alpha Beta Peels, $88, Dr. Dennis Gross available at Shani Darden Skincare

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For Normal Skin

Courtesy of LightStim

Even those who don't struggle with sensitivity or oiliness like to keep fine lines and aging at bay. Another at-home device that is worth the money — especially if Botox isn't your bag — is LightStim for Wrinkles. "It helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles and stimulate the production of collagen in your skin," using patented LED light therapy. Advises Darden, "Use the light on target areas for three minutes per area, five to seven days a week." You'll be tight and toned with invisible pores. LightStim for Wrinkles, $249, LightStim

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For Normal Skin

Courtesy of Vitner's Daughter

As you get closer, consider buying a bottle of this luxurious, hand-crafted serum made in Northern California with an energy-dense phyto-radiance infusion. It contains 22 of the world's most active organic and wildcrafted botanicals to work wonders on everything from oxygenating cells, maintaining skin elasticity and reducing inflammation. Darden says it's "perfect for the big day! It brightens skin to give you a youthful, glowing complexion." Active Botanical Serum, $185, Vitner's Daughter

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For Normal Skin

Courtesy of Control Corrective

When you're about to get hitched, "be sure to have a jar of Control Corrective Sulfur Calming Mask on hand to use as a spot treatment on pimples as the big day approaches." A dab of this cooling mask, with 10 percent sulfur and eucalyptus, will provide quick relief. Sulfur Calming Mask, $32, Control Corrective

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For Normal Skin

Courtesy of Lise Watier

Face it, you probably won't sleep a full eight hours on the night before your wedding. But you can trick your guests into thinking you did with the help of a set of great eye patches. "In 20 minutes, Lise Watier Lift & Firm 3D Lift Eye Patches will decrease fine lines around your eyes and noticeably plump the skin underneath them," promises Darden. Throw them on before the makeup artist starts and you'll look more rested and radiant than ever. Lift & Firm 3D Lift Eye Patches, $34, Lise Watier

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For Dry Skin

Courtesy of Sephora

At least a month before the wedding, Dr. Lancer advises beginning a hydrating retinol treatment such as Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Night Oil. "This product is excellent for conditioning dry, dull skin," he says. "It is a powerful retinol blended with soothing botanical oils to activate the skin's cellular turnover without creating excessive dryness." Luna Sleeping Night Oil, $105, Sunday Riley available at Sephora

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For Dry Skin

Courtesy of Nordstrom

Only use products you've tested before during the week before the wedding — and make smart dietary choices and drink lots of water, according to Lancer. Exfoliation is key during this crucial time. "Use a finely grained physical exfoliant during the week before your wedding — varying the use depending on how sensitive your skin is. This will help slough away the dry, dead buildup of cells on the skin's surface, allowing for better moisture penetration and keeping the skin looking bright and fresh." "The Method: Polish" sensitive skin exfoliator, $75, LANCER Skincare available at Nordstrom

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For Dry Skin

Courtesy of Epicurean

Hydration is, of course, key for those with parched skin, and oils are one of the best ways to infuse it with beneficial botanicals and vitamins. "Extremely dry skin will benefit from a drop or two of oil mixed in with your typical moisturizer," says Lancer of Epicuren's Bulgarian Rose Otto Oil, which contains avocado, grape seed, apricot kernel and, naturally, rose oils for long-term moisture. Bulgarian Rose Otto Oil, $62, Epicurean

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For Dry Skin

Courtesy of Nordstrom

"The week before a major event like a wedding you want to ensure skin is pampered and protected," says Lancer. After all, when skin is dry it tends to look wrinkled, stressed or crepey. One way to do that is with a healing serum like Lancer Skincare Lift Serum Intense, made with soothing pure gold, among other ingredients. "This serum has soothing vegan stem cells and hyaluronic acid to lock in moisture and the first signs of aging." Lift Serum Intense, $275, LANCER Skincare available at Nordstrom

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For Dry Skin

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Sometimes the best products are the least expensive. "The night before the wedding, ensure skin is gently but thoroughly cleansed of any makeup," says Lancer, since "even the highest-quality color cosmetics cause notable irritation in the skin if left on overnight." He advises massaging an organic oil into the skin with long, upward strokes. "Then gently wipe away the oil and makeup with a warm, wet cloth until all traces are gone." Premium Organic Olive Oil, $22, Bragg available on Amazon

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For Dry Skin

Courtesy of Walmart

On occasions when you want your skin totally clean and decongested, don't be afraid to clean it twice. "After cleansing your complexion of makeup, follow with a gentle non-foaming cleanser that won't strip the skin of moisture," recommends Lancer. His classic pick: Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser, which he says should be followed with serums while the skin is still damp to seal in the moisture, then a rich night cream (consider the repairing Lancer Skincare Intensive Night Treatment). Gentle Skin Cleanser, $11, Cetaphil available at Walmart

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For Dry Skin

Courtesy of Sephora

When the countdown is on, and you're nervously pacing around unable to sleep, "a soothing brightening mask can be a great treatment option," says Lancer. That is, "as long as you skin is used to the ingredients and you're certain it won't cause a reaction." In other words, test it out in the weeks leading up. Dr. Brandt's Flash Facial Recovery Mask is formulated with oxygen to revive dull, stressed skin and erase all signs of fatigue. Oxygen Flash Facial Recovery Mask, $70, Dr. Brandt available at Sephora

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For Dry Skin

Courtesy of Clarins

Another option for the night before is Clarins' Shaping Facial Lift Mask. The thick cream is full of Chinese barley and gingko biloba, which take care of puffiness due to fluid retention — definitely a concern when you're about to be photographed for 12 hours straight. For the most soothing results, put the jar in the refrigerator before use, so it not only brightens and illuminates the complexion, it also cools. Shaping Facial Lift Mask, $55, Clarins

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For Dry Skin

Courtesy of Neutrogena

Especially for those living in sunny climates, leading up to saying "I do" it's important to keep your skin protected from damaging and drying rays. "Be sure to apply an SPF 30 to protect against sun damage during photo opportunities and outdoor ceremonies." His pick is Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Defense SPF 30, "a light but hydrating sunscreen that protects against UVA and UVB rays." Ultra Sheer Defense SPF 30, $11, Neutrogena

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For Dry Skin

Courtesy of Nordstrom

When the big day has arrived, prepping your skin before makeup application is crucial to avoid appearing dry and flaky. "Maintaining hydration and glow without excessive oiliness is your goal today," says Lancer. "A moisturizer with peptides and antioxidants will keep skin looking fresh and help protect against environmental damage to the complexion," he says. "The Method: Nourish" moisturizer, $125, LANCER Skincare available at Nordstrom

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For Dry Skin

Courtesy of Dermalogica

Of course you cannot forget about the eyes — they will be smiling just as much as your lips and are prone to fine lines. If the delicate skin around them is dried out, makeup can easily settle in those lines and make them more pronounced. Dermalogica's Multivitamin Power Firm contains vitamins A, C and E to improve elasticity, accelerate skin repair and fight free radicals. Multivitamin Power Firm, $58, Dermalogica

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For Dry Skin

Courtesy of Neiman Marcus

Always end your skincare regimen with some kind of complexion finisher. Lancer's Dani Glowing Skin Perfector, he says, is "the ideal finishing touch to a perfectly cared-for complexion." The lightweight formula contains Asian botanicals that blur pores and micro-fine light-catching mineral highlighters which hide imperfections. Says Lancer, "it's brightening, perfecting and absolutely gorgeous." Dani Glowing Skin Perfector, $95, LANCER Skincare available at Neiman Marcus

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For Acne/Oily Skin

Courtesy of Clarisonic

The first thing all brides-to-be should do after getting engaged, according to Hernandez, is "immediately invest in a Clarisonic (or Foreo) handheld device. It's a way to get your skin extra clean, especially if it's congested." The very portable (and rechargable) spinning brush is safe to use every night, she says, and is a "great way to remove makeup, sunblock and oil and leave your pores super clean, with a smooth look." Mia 2, $149, Clarisonic

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For Acne/Oily Skin

Courtesy of Brave Soldier

For those who are prone to acne, keeping the skin and pores clean is critical in the months leading up to the big day. Hernandez stresses that you should get into the routine of washing your face thoroughly every night using a "gentle, yet thorough face wash" like this one by Brave Soldier that contains natural botanicals to penetrate deep into the pores without irritating or over-drying the complexion. Clean Skin Gentle Cleanser, $18, Brave Soldier

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For Acne/Oily Skin

Courtesy of L'Oréal Paris

A few crinkly smile lines are one thing — you'll be grinning ear to ear all day, after all — but no one wants deep crows' feet for their wedding. L'Oréal Paris Age Perfect Eye Renewal Cream is an "amazing all-in-one," according to Hernandez, which "firms, brightens and hydrates the eye area. Use it in the morning and evening leading up to the big day to minimize dark circles." Age Perfect Eye Renewal Cream, $25, L'Oréal Paris

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For Acne/Oily Skin

Courtesy of Sephora

Clearing out the gunk is a key part of getting radiant, glowing skin sans blemishes. GlamGlow SuperMud Clearing Treatment is "a great clarifying mask that removes oil and excess bacteria and helps ensure a clear and healthy-looking face for the big day," says Hernandez. It's a wonder-working treatment that harnesses mud, charcoal and six acids to "tighten pores, exfoliate and detoxify skin." The esthetician advises using it once a week. SuperMud Clearing Treatment, $69, GlamGlow available at Sephora

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For Acne/Oily Skin

Courtesy of PCA Skin

"For someone dealing with acne, it's important to start a retinol cream at least two months before the wedding," says Hernandez. "Use it twice a week at night to really kill acne-causing bacteria, tighten the pores and make the skin look refined." Those with heavy acne should visit a derm for one that's prescription-strength. She likes to mix a pea-sized amount of the retinol with your night cream to make a diluted version "that will allow for all the benefits of the retinol cream without creating red, flaky, dry skin." Also, spread out usage in the week: Monday and Thursday or Wednesday and Saturday, she says. Retinol Renewal with RestorAtive Complex, $88, PCA Skin

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For Acne/Oily Skin

Courtesy of Kiehl's

Especially around the wedding date, says Hernandez, "brides tend to be more stressed and can get more broken out so it's good to prevent that using products that will keep their skin extra clean." One great go-to is Kiehl's Ultra-Facial Oil-Free Lotion. "I like that it is lightweight and goes right into the skin without feeling greasy," she says. Ultra-Facial Oil-Free Lotion, $26, Kiehl's

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For Acne/Oily Skin

Courtesy of Ayur-Medic

Don't forget to exfoliate: along with a more intensive exfoliating weekly mask, Hernandez advocates for Ayur-Medic's Antibacterial Wash with Exfoliating Beads. It's "a gentle exfoliating scrub that kills bacteria accumulated from product and environmental factors," she says, adding that it should be used in the morning two to three times per week. Antibacterial Wash with Exfoliating Beads, $27, Ayur-Medic

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For Acne/Oily Skin

Courtesy of StriVectin Labs

If you want something that does a lot in a very short time, consider StriVectin Labs 5-Minute Weekly Glycolic Peel. According to Hernandez, "it firms the skin, brightens the complexion, removes dead skin cells and softens fine lines and wrinkles" when used just once a week, at night. Consistent use means a much-improved complexion when you say, "I do." Labs 5-Minute Weekly Glycolic Peel, $62, StriVectin Labs

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For Acne/Oily Skin

Courtesy of Kiehl's

The thing many people don't know about dealing with acne is that you don't want to dry it out — keeping the skin hydrated is essential to eradicating blemishes. Hernandez recommends Kiehl's Hydro-Plumping Re-Texturizing Serum Concentrate, which should be used all over the face and neck after cleansing to smooth and intensively moisturize skin, without creating an oil slick. Hydro-Plumping Re-Texturizing Serum Concentrate, $58, Kiehl's

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For Acne/Oily Skin

Courtesy of L'Oréal Paris

Always top a serum with a moisturizer, like the Revitalift Volume Filler Moisturizer Hernandez says, "It retains skin's moisture and is hydrating, firming and leaves your skin with a beautiful glow." It should be your go-to formula starting a month before the big day: Use it daily both morning and night," advises the esthetician. Revitalift Volume Filler Moisturizer, $25, L'Oréal Paris

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For Acne/Oily Skin

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While technically not a product, Hernandez strongly advises booking a pre-nuptial microdermabrasion session. (There are at-home microderm kits available too.) "A week before, microdermabrasion is really essential and great to do on the face, neck and chest, hands and even back, depending on the dress," she says. "Doing this will allow the skin to look smoother, more firm and allow makeup application to look better, especially for those photos." Consider adding an oxygen treatment for super youthful, rejuvenated skin.

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of Curology

"Having sensitive skin doesn't need to stop you from having a healthy, glowing complexion on your wedding day," says Dr. Lortscher. His first recommendation: start early. Six-plus months out, consider customizing your skincare regime. "Sensitive skin calls for personalized attention, and the online dermatology practice Curology specializes in just-for-you prescription skincare."

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of Ulta

Having skin that's more prone to redness or irritation doesn't mean you can't also treat things like aging. After all, everyone wants to look as youthful as possible when all eyes are on them. "Specifically designed for those who have sensitive skin, this powerful eye cream tackles fine lines and wrinkles," says Lortscher of the milder formula, adding, "Just be sure to start well in advance of the big day!" Retinol Corrextion Sensitive Eye Cream, $19, RoC available at Ulta

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of EltaMD

"Containing only two ingredients, white petrolatum and paraffin, EltaMD Intense Moisturizer is slightly more cosmetically elegant than Vaseline and is the dermatologist's next step for the most sensitive, allergy-prone skin," says Lortscher. It works wonders on eczema and other skin irritations such as burns, and, he adds, "it's great for lips!" EltaMD Intense Moisturizer, see EltaMD.com for retailers

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of Boscia

Devices like the Clarisonic might be great for those with acne or more normal skin, but brides who are ultra-sensitive should opt for something more appropriate. "A gentle way to exfoliate your face, neck and décolleté skin is with a Konjac sponge, made from fibers of the root of the Asian konjac (Konnyaku) plant," says Lortscher. "Pillow-soft, this sponge is unlike any other it leaves skin smoother, softer and brighter." Konjac Cleansing Sponge, $15, Boscia

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of Korres

As the main event draws a bit nearer, Lortscher advises amping things up a bit with Korres' Wild Rose Vitamin C Petal Peel. Three months out, begin using "the natural and gentle two-step peel derived from glycolic acid and vitamin C and packed with wild rose oil." It's almost guaranteed to leave skin more radiant, bright, and refreshed, especially with continued use. Wild Rose Vitamin C Petal Peel, $64, Korres

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of Wilma Schumann

Remember, even well before you say "I do" it's OK to pamper yourself — encouraged even. "These collagen eye pads are perfect for every bride, including those with sensitive, allergy-prone skin, for intense hydration of the under-eye area," according to the dermatologist. His pro tip: "They're even better refrigerated!" Hydrating Collagen Eye Pads, $18, Wilma Schumann

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of Walmart

Leading up to the wedding, there are plenty of occasions that require more than normal cosmetics. "Sometimes serious eye makeup requires a heavy-duty remover — one that doesn't involve a lot of rubbing or stripping of delicate skin," says Lortscher, who recommends Albolene's gentle Moisturizing Cleanser. "It goes on with a consistency similar to Vaseline, yet liquefies on contact, dissolving stubborn mascara and lipstick in an instant." Moisturizing cleanser, $16, Albolene available at Walmart

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of Target

Busy brides may feel tempted to skip steps, but removing all makeup, dirt and traces of the day — every day — is critical. Simple's Micellar Cleansing Water is a "gentle cleanser to remove makeup that leaves skin feeling clean yet hydrated," says Lortscher. They also make a version with pre-soaked wipes, which he adds are convenient for travel. You can also keep them by your bed in case you fall into the sheets without washing properly. Micellar Cleansing Water, $7, Simple available at Target

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of Drugstore.com

A solid foundation is necessary for building a skincare regime that will get your skin ready for its close-up. Darden stresses that brides need to be diligent about their regimen, which starts with always removing your makeup at night! This "is a highly effective cleanser that's strong enough to wash off your makeup, but gentle enough to not cause irritation," she says. Moisturizing skin cream, $11, Vanicream available at Drugstore.com

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of Drugstore.com

When you get closer to slipping on your white gown — say a month out — Lortscher advises adding in more products that will really work to your skin in shape. Rose Petal Witch Hazel Toner is "a gentle, alcohol-free toner that helps tighten pores without over-drying," he says. It should be used after cleansing, but before hydrating. Alcohol-Free Rose Petal Witch Hazel Toner, $8, Thayers available at Drugstore.com

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of Paula's Choice

Adding moisture to sensitive skin is important, as drying it out will only make issues worse. Lortscher likes Paula's Choice Resist Moisture Renewal Oil Booster because it's "a gentle concoction of fragrance-free, antioxidant-rich plant oils that boosts skin's hydration and soothes redness." It's recommended for eczema and rosacea, and is also anti-aging — bonus! Resist Moisture Renewal Oil Booster, $35, Paula's Choice

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of SK-II

If you pay attention to beauty, you know sheet masks are having a moment. "For luminous skin that glows, [look] to a sheet mask for quick and simple hydration," says Lortscher. SK-II's soft one, soaked in a light but effective serum, is a favorite of his. "Because it's best to lie down so the mask doesn't slip off, this also means you'll have a few minutes of R&R when you really need it in those days leading up to the big day." Facial Treatment Mask, $135, SK-II

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of Amazon

Serums are an excellent way to deliver moisture and nutrition to the skin without weighing it down with a possibly irritating heavy cream texture. Lortscher says Revision's Hydrating Serum, which contains two types of heroic hyaluronic acid plus natural fruit extracts, is "a soothing, moisturizing serum that is lightweight and oil-free. It's great for brides with sensitive, rosacea-prone skin." It also plumps and improves texture. Hydrating Serum, $45, Revision Skincare available on Amazon

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of MDSolarSciences

On your wedding day — and certainly for your honeymoon — you'll want to use a physical sunscreen containing titanium dioxide and zinc oxide, which are potentially less irritating than chemical sunscreens, says the derm. "Avoid the dreaded white cast with the gentle MDSolarSciences Mineral Tinted Creme SPF 30. And the Mineral Sunscreen Stick SPF 40 is perfect for on-the-go touchups." Mineral Tinted Creme and Sunscreen Stick, $32 and $18, MDSolarSciences

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For Sensitive Skin

Courtesy of Coola Suncare

Sensitive skin doesn't always steer clear of the all-important lip area. To make sure your pout is at its most kissable for the big moment, use Coola Liplux SPF 15 lip balm leading up. The all-in-one certified-organic treatment is "made with natural food-grade ingredients that nourish and protect," says Lortscher — think fruit butters like raspberry and avocado. Ultimately, he adds, the most important thing is to have fun. "Laughing does wonders for the spirit, and the endorphins are great for glowing bridal skin!" Liplux SPF 15, $12, Coola Suncare

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