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Juanita's Enchantment




Posted on August 12, 2013 at 2:05 PM

Preparing for a wedding can and is stressful especially for the bride that has the desire to lose a few pounds, get Botox, juvederm maybe a quick nip, and tuck surgery. This is all okay but not to exceed being healthy.


Being healthy? Yes being healthy.

        1. Drink adequate water, the more you drink (not to the point of water intoxication) will help remove toxins, hydrate the skin. Hydrating the skin will assist with that beauty glow or should I say brighten that glow because it is already there.

        2. Eat, yes eat small meals, protein enriched, the protein will decrease some of your craving and more so with increase water intake.

        3. Exercise without over exhaustion.


If you are tired to depletion of energy, it is time to reevaluate your program. Girls it is your wedding your groom does not want to see his beauty walking down the aisle with a stagger of weakness, nor does he want you to faint from dehydration and fatigue .  Look and evaluate weekly how you are feeling a diet and an exercise program should energize you.


Having a quick surgery enhancement; nip, tuck, Botox, fillers; allow adequate time of recovery. Although Botox and fillers does not have a recovery time unless there is a reaction. However it takes a week or two for the full effects of either.

To all brides I am sending love and a smile to your beauty and new body as you walk down the aisle of commitment.


Enchanted Love,


Wedding Personality Specialist

Wedding Décor Designer


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