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Unveiling The Beauty Within: Why Skincare is Essential Leading Up to Your Wedding

Your wedding day is undoubtedly one of the most significant days of your life. From choosing the perfect dress to finalizing the guest list, there are countless details to consider. However, amidst the whirlwind of wedding planning, it's crucial not to overlook one essential aspect: skincare.


I spoke to Madelyn Utrata, a Board Certified Health Coach and Advanced Esthetician who owns Wellrooted Wellness & Beauty in North Olmsted to get some helpful information about skincare (I also got a wonderful hydrofacial).


“Typically, the recommendation is to get your final facial one week before the wedding. Some people end up getting a spray tan the day before their wedding and getting a facial a week before helps the spray tan apply evenly. It also depends on their skin type and goals. If they want to work on correcting something (fine lines, hyperpigmentation, breakouts, etc., I recommend coming in 3-4 months before the wedding and getting regular facials or chemical peels. By starting early, they give their skin time to improve before the wedding.”


While it may seem like just another item on your wedding checklist, prioritizing skincare leading up to your big day can make a world of difference in how you look and feel on your wedding day.


Here are some reasons why skincare should be a top priority as you prepare to say "I do":


Radiant Complexion

By establishing a proper and consistent skincare routine tailored to your skin type and concerns, you can address issues such as acne, uneven skin tone, and dullness, leaving you with a luminous glow that will be captured beautifully in your wedding photos.


Stress Relief 

Wedding planning can be incredibly stressful, and stress can wreak havoc on your skin, leading to breakouts, inflammation, and other skin issues. Investing time in a skincare routine can serve as a form of self-care and stress relief, allowing you to pamper yourself and unwind amidst the chaos of wedding planning!


Long-Term Results 

While it's natural to focus on looking your best on your wedding day, skincare is about more than just a one-time fix. Establishing good skincare habits leading up to your wedding can yield long-term benefits for your skin, ensuring that you continue to look and feel your best well beyond the

big day.


Makeup Application 

Flawless makeup starts with a smooth, well-prepped canvas. By prioritizing skincare in the months leading up to your wedding, you can create the perfect base for your wedding day makeup, allowing it to glide on seamlessly and last throughout the day and night.


Confidence Boost 

Your wedding day is a celebration of love and commitment, and feeling confident in your own skin is key to enjoying every moment to the fullest. By investing in your skincare routine, you can enhance your natural beauty and walk down the aisle with confidence, radiating joy and happiness.


Madelyn uses products from PCA SKIN on her clients and sells their products in her studio.

“PCA Skincare is a great results-oriented skincare line that you see in some dermatologist’s and plastic surgeon’s offices. I only use products in my studio that I’ve tested out on myself and love.”

Read more about the skincare line here:


She’s even created special packages for weddings that include a discount for your wedding party and moms!

Skincare is not just an optional addition to your wedding preparation—it's an essential component that can enhance your overall wedding experience.


By prioritizing skincare leading up to your wedding, you can achieve a radiant complexion, relieve stress, and boost your confidence, ensuring that you look and feel your best on one of the most important days of your life.


So, whether you're months or weeks away from saying "I do," now is the perfect time to start investing in your skin.


Contact Madelyn to get started on your skin care journey!


Madelyn Utrata

Well Rooted Wellness and Beauty

24121 Lorain Road

North Olmsted, OH 44070

(216) 543-8311

















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