The Duchess of Sussex has slowly become people’s favourite as she transitioned from being a lead actor in Suits to an approachable, kind-heart and ever glowing member of the royalty. Recently, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their first pregnancy and we can’t help but be taken in by Meghan’s pregnancy glow.
With a very light blush and nude lipsticks, Meghan lets her skin do the talking. Here are a few things that you need to know about Meghan Markle plus a few things you can try to get a natural glow too!
Be Diligent With Your Skin Ritual
- Simple things like a CTM regime take you a long way. Cleanse your face with a light formula in the morning. After a long day, double cleansing with micellar water and a oil based makeup remover (especially if you wear longstay makeup is essential).
- Meghan’s skin has been religiously protected against the sun, so use a broad spectrum sunscreen (look for SPF and PA ++) is a must (even when it’s cloudy). Better yet, make sure your day cream and primer come with SPF too.
- Invest in an antioxidant serum such as Vitamin C can stimulate the production of collagen and work to defend skin against damage from things like pollution.
While these are a few things you can do at home, here are a few things you can do with the help of a dermatologist!
Exfoliate your skin with microdermabrasion. Instead of using abrasive scrubs that damage your skin, we advise you try microdermabrasion. It is a non-invasive procedure that uses tiny crystals or other exfoliating surfaces to help remove the superficial layer of dead skin cells.
Acne Reducing Cocktail Peel: One of our signature treatments with hyaluronic acid and salicylic acid, it reduces and treats all kinds of acne while resurfacing and smoothing the skin after just one treatment. Benefits include skin clarity, even skin tone, uniform color, and improved texture.
Treat marks with Laser Toning: Great to deal with marks and hyperpigmentation, these treatments can effectively correct sunspots, acne scars, melasma and other conditions that affect the skin’s pigmentation, whether they’re at the surface or deep in the dermal layers.
Get Regular with your facials: Sarah Chapman, Meghan Markle’s facialist told us the royal duchess swears by facial massages. Truth be told, facials are a great way to tighten muscles, boost blood circulation and get rid of dead cells.
You can try an Aquaoxy Facial that basically delivers essential oxygen to the skin layers at high velocity. Photofacials or LED facials that use light therapy to penetrate deep into the skin help you get a glow too!
You can get a consultation for all of these treatments at ISAAC Luxe, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi! Find out more about treatments http://isaac-wellness.com/