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Wedding planning

Planning Ahead & Packages


Skin care can often be a stressful subject for brides. Peels? Love them. Masks? Yes, please. But introduce the words “I do,” and the whole idea of a skincare regimen becomes intimidating and confusing. Suddenly you’re under a lot more pressure to be using the “right stuff” so that your skin looks its absolute best on your special day.

Here at Sadick Dermatology, our expert dermatologists love to design custom, personalized skincare routines for each patient to look their absolute best on their wedding day (and for every day of happily ever after). With that in mind, we’ve broken things down into a basic bridal skincare guideline below.

At 12 Months Out: Map the Road Ahead
Schedule your first appointment with a board-certified dermatologist:

At 9 Months: Start Procedures that Require Downtime
At this stage, it is time to start procedures that require downtime, including:

At 6 Months:
Missed out on any of the above? You still have time at this point to have the above
procedures done before your wedding. If you and your doctor decided the above
treatments were not right for you, now is the time to introduce lighter peels and lasers, as
well as injectable treatments.

At 3 months: Almost there!

At 1 Month:
Only a few more weeks! Not the time to introduce anything new!
Have your last professional treatment (for example, Clear and Brilliant with PRP) to really help deliver that bridal flow to your face.

Your wedding day:

While this timeline represents a good, general schedule for brides, remember that everybody is different and your skin is unique. What works for some may not work for others, so it’s vital that you find an experienced, board-certified dermatologist to work with you on a customized plan.

At Sadick Dermatology, we have some of the best dermatologists for brides in NYC. If you’d like to learn more about personalized bridal skincare, contact us at


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