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The Bridal Beauty Report

Our in-house expert Clyde Johnson shares his tips on achieving your
best-ever skin - from the engagement to the big day and beyond.

Clyde Johnson

Before The Big Day

A little TLC in anticipation goes
a long way. Prep in
advance and your skin will
thank you.

“ Shine bright
with The Brilliance Brightening Essence. It helps awaken
skin’s inner light. And get hands radiant
and photo-ready with The Hand Treatment.
You’ll glow from within like the
perfect diamond. ”

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the big reveal

Look your loveliest. Follow these
tips for glowing
skin from this day forward.

Blend 3-4 drops of The Renewal Oil into your foundation
and sweep all over your face, neck and
décolleté after The Moisturizing Soft Cream for a
picture-perfect glow
Spritz The Mist for a dew drop finish.

Help soothe his skin (and his nerves)
by applying The Concentrate
after shaving. This well-groomed men’s
favorite will help him
keep calm & carry on.”

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Happily Ever After

Look your loveliest. Follow these
tips for glowing
skin from this day forward.

Be ready to capture any impromptu
moment by applying The Perfecting Treatment
over your moisturizer – just a dab will do.
The silky texture is addictive, ideal for your
‘no-makeup makeup’
honeymoon look.
Top it off with The Reparative SkinTint, SPF 30
in your shade for a
healthy finish. ”

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Forever Favorites

The Mist

A go-to for wedding day refreshment and honeymoon hydration while traveling.

The Hand Treatment

Keep hands radiant and photo-ready with this soothing cream.

The Lip Balm

Pat on top of lip color for lasting hydration and luster.

Moisturizing Soft Cream

It’s her day–give the world’s most coveted gift.

Intensive Revitalizing Mask

This energizing cream mask protects against the fatigued look of stress.

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