Health and beauty isn’t merely an item on the checklist that you should tick off on the actual wedding day, but rather a priority that ought to be in place months before the big day presents itself. Now, you’re probably thinking “but I already have my day-to-day health and beauty routine in place”, however the real question is: Is your current routine really enough preparation what is bound to be one of the most treasured days in your life?
Whether you’re looking for general health and beauty support, or seeking the advice of a professional South African personal trainer, dietician, skin therapist or any other expert, you’ve come to the right place. In fact, using only the contacts provided, you can construct your very own taskforce of health and beauty sidekicks, dedicated to helping you look and feel your best on your wedding day. cont...
Even if you’re not the most disciplined gym bunny or beauty babe, bridal fitness and beauty needn’t be a headache. A couple of small adjustments, as recommended by a health and beauty expert, can already be enough to give you
that bespoke bridal glow. Small habitual changes like cutting out fizzy drinks, taking the stairs instead of the elevator and opting for skim milk as opposed to full cream is considered a major step in the right direction.
Managing your stress, especially if you’re planning your own wedding, is key to looking and feeling like a million bucks. It’s therefore almost essential that you book yourself a spa day – just for you or as a treat to enjoy with your bridesmaids – help you unwind and give you the necessary health and beauty boost. ...less
"Absolute an amazing website full of ideas and suggestions. Love it"~ Yolandi le Roux, Free State