Stop wedding-day blemishes in their tracks with a salve that combines zit-fighting ingredients like salicylic acid and zinc oxide with soothing seaweed extract and chamomile.
Indie Lee “Clearing” mask, $60, Credo.
Skoah’s most popular mask relies on moisture-preserving hyaluronic acid as well as echinacea and ginkgo biloba extracts to quench thirsty skin, practically ensuring that bridal glow.
“Hydradew” mask, $48, Skoah.
Fine lines don’t stand a chance against this lavender-hued treatment, complete with fruit-derived alpha-hydroxy acids and two types of vitamin C to ward off wrinkle-inducing sun damage.
Tatcha “Violet-C Radiance” mask, $68, Sephora.
Made with argan oil and rhassoul clay, Josie Maran’s nutrient-heavy recipe gently exfoliates and refines pores for a more supple, toned visage.
Josie Maran “Whipped Mud” mask, $48, Sephora.
Packed with toxin-absorbing white halloysite clay, raw honey, and a bevy of organic ingredients, this formula cleans and softens skin.
May Lindstrom “Honey Mud” mask, $90, Follain.
Mineral water, rose, and sandalwood team up in this wear-it-to-bed blend to revitalize tired skin for a complexion so fresh, even your bridesmaids will be jealous.
Laneige “Water Sleeping” mask, $25, Sephora.
Step up your prewedding skin prep with these bride-friendly spa facials.
STEEP CLEAN FACIAL
Where to Go: Bliss Spa Boston
What It Costs: $275 for 75 minutes
Ideal for acne-prone skin, this treatment combines revitalizing microdermabrasion and deep-cleaning with a soothing oxygen mask to remove dead skin cells and shrink pores.
Where to Go: Skin Spa New York
What It Costs: $80 for 20 to 60 minutes
Don’t let the name intimidate you—this rejuvenating facial uses gentle exfoliation to blast fine lines and improve skin tone.
Where to Go: Bella Santé
What It Costs: Starting at $175 for 30 minutes
Moisturize and balance dry or damaged skin with a circulation-improving massage, a lactic-acid-based cleanse, and an LED-light treatment that reduces oil and redness.
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