Meghan Markle’s skincare routine ahead of wedding day ‘She loves the treatments’

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The Duchess of Sussex underwent a series of treatments ahead of the royal wedding to get a flawless glow. Meghan and Harry’s gorgeous wedding ceremony took place at St. George’s Chapel Chapel at Windsor Castle in May 2018. 

Sarah Chapman, founder Skinesis Skinscare, spoke to Access about the Duchess’ treatments.

Ms Chapman said: “The Duchess first came to my clinic when she was recommended by a few of her friends, my clients who come to see me for facials.”

“Before she was actually engaged to Prince Harry she came here for her first facial.”

Access reported: “As Meghan continued to see Sarah for her skincare, the two became close and Sarah had the ultimate honour of prepping Meghan’s skin for her wedding day.”

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Ms Chapman said: “Meghan’s skin was really glowy and beautiful on the day, but I saw her the night before for her facial.”

“For me I was very privileged to be with her at the hotel and to have that time just the two of us together. Very close and connected, and she was very calm.

“It was a beautiful experience and exciting as well because of what was coming the next day.”

“We recommend lots of vitamin C ampoules before things like weddings, lots of great oils. We did a facial layering lots of these sorts of products.”

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“Then she’s able to sleep with all the products overnight and wake up with that glowing, beautiful wedding day skin.”

Access reported: “Perhaps the biggest secret to getting that glow is Sarah’s signature gymnastics facial massage.”

Sarah claims: “Gymnastics massage is something that I have developed over the years using ancient Japanese techniques and French techniques and we start off with a bit of a lifting massage, releasing muscle tension, using a serum to really plump up the skin and open up the face.”

“So much tension pulls the face down, so we start off with the lifting massage to begin with, then go in to the symphony of massage with lots of dramatic movements like pinching and rolling.”

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“It really brings the skin to life.”

“This is how a client can really relax.”

Sarah opened a pop-up shop for Skinesis at Bichester Village earlier this month.

Discussing the venture, she said: “I wanted to give customers outside London, and my London clients spending more time in the country, the opportunity to explore my science-driven products and experience one-to-one advice from my team

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