Pre-Wedding Detox

Why Do You Need a Pre-wedding Detox?

Every bride starts to plan their personal workout regime and skin care regime once the big day is fixed. In the days leading up to the wedding, she tries to fit in whatever tips she knows to achieve the perfect, flawless, glowing skin and a beautiful, flattering figure. Many brides concentrate on what one can do on the outside, instead of focusing on what she takes in daily. 

A pre-wedding detox is the simplest way to achieve perfection in both skin and figure. A detox is used for the process of eliminating the body of all toxins. If the toxins are present in the body, then whatever kind of skincare regimes are followed, it will not be yielding the results as intended. A pre-wedding detox is a one-in-all solution for all skin care problems and weight reduction goals.

Detox is done to clean the body of all toxins and makes our body feel healthier and energetic. This helps to reduce the fats and toxicants in our body without stripping the body of its required nutrients. Pimples, acne, uneven skin tone or skin allergies will all be totally banished, and your skin will look healthier and beautiful. A natural glow will be evident on your skin and the suppleness of the skin will improve in manifolds.

Best Time to Start the Pre-wedding Detox?

A pre-wedding must be started at least a month before the wedding for the results to be visible. Three months would be the optimal time for the body to adapt to the changes and reflect better results on the wedding day.

Don’ts During the Detox

Detox is not only about adapting to a new diet and new timeline; it is about removing certain practices from your everyday schedule. Before you start with the actual procedure of the detox, there are certain don’ts that should be followed to the T.

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1) No to Coffee/Tea

During the period of the total detox, do not consume coffee or tea, as it minimizes the effect of vitamins and minerals you have taken.

2) No to Junk Food

Junk food is a big no-no during detox as your efforts will go totally futile because of junk food. Stay away from oily, greasy food and you can see an immediate effect in the reduction of pimples and breakouts.

3) No to Alcohol and Cigarettes

 Alcohol and cigarettes give rise to uneven skin tone, discolouration of skin and bloating of the stomach. For the effects of your pre-wedding detox to be visible soon, steer clear of alcohol and cigarettes.

4) No to Starving

Many make this mistake of total starving for weight reduction, but once that is achieved, its side effects start to crop up. Loss of glow in the skin, dark circles, unhealthy skin color, fatigue, unstructured thin body and loss of hair can be visible because of starving. With the right diet, both weight loss and skin healthiness can be achieved.

The Right Way to Detox Your Body

Now that we have clarified about what must ‘not’ be done during a detox, we are going to see what the right way is to undergo a detox.

1) Diet

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The major change that one must adopt is in their diet. Eating lots of fresh fruits and vegetables is the best way. Eating fruits and boiled vegetables as a whole meal with lesser foods rich in carbohydrates is necessary. Instead of eating one whole meal, split and eat small meals at certain intervals of time. A meal comprising of spinach, sprouts, green vegetables and colored fruits have to be consumed in all three meals of a day. The breakfast has to be eaten more when compared to the dinner. For snacks, prepare a healthy snack comprising of ragi, corn or whole wheat bread. Before you adopt any food in your meal, try to grasp its nutritional factors and avoid food with more carbohydrates and fats.

Hydration is a very important part of the diet. Have a handy fresh juice in a bottle by your side. In addition to that, drinking lot of water is important to flush the toxins away from the body. When you feel hungry, eat fruits like watermelon, orange or grapes, which have high water content, as they are light but pacify the hunger too.

2) Physical Exercise

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A regular physical regime has to be followed. It might not need to something extensive and time-consuming, but a few effective exercises or yoga for thirty minutes to an hour is necessary. The exercise which makes you sweat is needed, as sweat by exercise is a way to bring a glow to the skin. A long, brisk walk has to be included in your daily schedule. Either a healthy walk or a physical exercise the first thing in the morning can do wonders to your body.

3) Mental Detox

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As important as it is for physical detox, mental detox is equally important but is often ignored. Stress and anxiety have the tendency to show its effects on the body and skin. Hence, for a healthy skin and body, have a peaceful, deep sleep for 8 hours a day. Meditation is one of the best ways to get rid of stress. Meditate for about 15 to 20 minutes and keep your free of tension and worries.

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4) Skincare

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A pre-wedding detox for the skin mainly comprises of a good cleansing treatment. Cleanse your skin with a good cleanser from the market or make one for yourself at home. Do a good scrub once or twice a week for the whole body to get rid of dead cells. When you intake fruits inside your body, apply a few of them on the outside too! Apply a homemade face pack made of fruits, milk or curd for a healthy texture and glow. Indulge yourself in a nice spa to relax your body and rejuvenate your skin. Use a good night cream for your face, as it is the time when your skin heals its shortcomings. Moisturize your skin and use a good sunscreen.

A good detox consists of a balanced diet, healthy physical and mental regime and a nice skin care treatment. Follow this pre-wedding detox to radiate a perfect natural glow and stun everyone with a gorgeous figure!

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