Was your wedding postponed because of Covid-19?

Good friends of mine recently contacted me to let me know that their wedding has been rescheduled to October. They could not take the chance to proceed with their wedding in June given the uncertainty associated with the Corona virus restrictions. And, who wants to attend a wedding adhering to social distancing guidelines? Does this sound familiar?

I know how difficult and stressful planning a wedding can be, but what if this unfortunate scenario was giving you a second opportunity to have the best wedding ever! How would you prepare yourself differently? Often times, the bride and groom are so busy with the logistics of the wedding that they tend to forget that they are the main attraction of the event.

One aspect that is often neglected is your skin! Ultimately, on your wedding day you want to shine for the event and be spectacular for those pictures. Now is your chance to give particular attention to your well deserving skin as you are probably now an expert in wedding logistics.

Let me give you a 6-month roadmap that would allow your skin to get that glow and purity that you’ve always dreamed of.


Here’s the countdown:

6 months:

skin consultation with a certified aesthetician combined with a Visia analysis to delineate your goals and treatment modalities. Adjustments to your current skin regimen are usually made.

5 months:

A medium chemical peel targeting the mid-reticular dermis to erase fine lines and wrinkles and improve texture and tone of the skin.

4-2 months:

A series of Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) therapy combined with microneedling to address skin pigmentation and stimulate collagen within the dermis, respectively.

1 month:

 Injectable fillers and neuromodulators like Botox® and/or Dysport® as needed to enhance those lips and cheeks!

1 week (almost there!):

HydraFacial treatment to pamper yourself after all that hard work and ultimately to give yourself that final desired glow!

Voila! Your best attribute, your skin, is now ready for your wedding. Contact us to learn more.

Dr. Claude-Jean Langevin.