The June Bride: Top Bridal Cosmetic Treatments

June is the most popular month for weddings, and who doesn't want to look their best on their wedding day? With all eyes on the bride, there's a lot of pressure to maintain that 'bridal glow' from the bachelorette party to Mr. and Mrs.

There are a multitude of things brides can do to perfect their look on their big day. Here are some of the top cosmetic procedures:

1) Weight loss treatments. Enrolling in bridal boot-camp? Enhance your weight-loss results by incorporating a cosmetic procedure to address your problem areas. Wedding preparations in 2008 included $274 million spent on weight-loss services, according to Wedding Report Inc., which monitors the industry. Procedures like SmartLipo and other laser liposuction treatments specialize in contouring specific body areas with minimal invasion and recovery time required. Fitting into your dream dress has never been easier!

2) Dermal Filler Injections. Wrinkles and crow's feet aren't on the guest list! Blushing brides can avoid fine lines and wrinkles by choosing popular dermal fillers like Juvederm, Restylane, or Radiesse. It's a good idea to start having injections a few months before the wedding to be sure you are happy with the results--and this way, you'll look amazing for your bridal shower and bachelorette party, too!

3) Sunless tanning. A great tan will make that white dress stand out even more! But even the June bride might need a little help when it comes to achieving an even, deep glow (without tan lines!). Don't risk you skin's health in an effort to look good, though--there are a ton of sunless tanning options available to help you achieve the look you want without the risks and side effects. Lotions, sunscreens, and even specially-formulated moisturizers can contain bronzing agents, and there's always the spray-tan option--include your bridesmaid's and throw a tanning party the week before the wedding!

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