The Skin Treatments We’re Currently Obsessed With

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Every bride wants glowing and radiant skin in her wedding pictures. This is universal. We rounded up our five favorite facials to get just that result. We understand that you may not live in one of the cities where they’re offered but, hey, isn’t that what bachelorette weekends are for? Who’s going to argue with a girls’ trip to New York City or a Palm Springs weekend with an afternoon in Beverly Hills?

The Supermodel Facial

The Triad is one of our most favorite treatments in all of New York City. Dr. Colbert and his team have perfected the three steps: microdermabrasion, laser toning, and a light chemical peel. And that has many celebs flocking to their offices regularly. Many of the Victoria’s Secret models come by to get it ALL OVER their bodies before the show every year. It’s worth a trip to NYC just for this. Promise.

Dr. David Colbert’s Triad Facial, $400 and up

The Breath of Fresh Air Facial

Guaranteed that Sonya’s Beverly Hills clinic has been filled with Hollywood A-listers last weekend preparing for the Oscars on Sunday. Truly she is a skin guru and one of our favorite treatments is Sonya’s take on an oxygen facial. It creates some serious glow and there’s no pretty much no risk of redness or reactions.

Sonya Dakar Oxygen Treatment, $500

The Muscle Melt Facial

You can now get Mila’s facials at her original location in Los Angeles, or inside Barneys stores at her mini-spas in Chicago, New York, and Beverly Hills. They do this incredible form of facial massage that not only makes your skin look incredible but also is one of the most relaxing things you’ll ever experience.

Mila Moursi Classic European Facial, $200

The No Surgery Necessary Facial 

When you walk out after your treatment, you will almost believe you’ve gotten a facelift. It’s that good.  Tracie’s Resculptor emits mild currents into your skin that stimulates your skin and can get rid of mild wrinkles, puffiness, and dull tone.

Tracie Martyn Resculpting Facial, $460 (with Tracie); $325 (with an associate)

The Long-lasting Facial

This one’s for all you Texans as Renee has locations in Dallas and Plano. We love this facial because you get to walk away from it with products that are just right for your skin and will keep it looking fabulous right up until—and after—your wedding day. Included in your cost is a $75 credit toward buying any of the products used during your facial. And you will really learn more about your skin at the same time.

Renee Rouleau My Skin Prescription Facial, $210

Want more wedding beauty advice? 

> Beauty Products That Are Worth The Splurge

> 17 Tips To Glowing Wedding Skin

> Find A Hairstylist & Makeup Artist Near You!

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