As a bride-to-be, you may be under a lot of stress, thanks to the never-ending wedding preps. From taking care of the outfits to finalising on the makeup artist, things just don’t seem to end! But here is something that will save you from turning into a bridezilla!

If flowers have the power to make your day better, then let the flower-power come to your skin’s rescue. Amp up your skincare routine and look every bit the damsel that you are by incorporating these flowers in your bridal beauty routine...

Roses
 

Roses

Girls do you remember why Cleopatra was considered to be the beauty icon? After all, she introduced the umpteen benefits of milk and rose petal baths to the world. Roses have been a part of skincare products for centuries now and it is time you used it in your bridal beauty routine too. Natural rose water can be used as a toner to help balance the pH of your skin.

Calendula
 

Calendula

The heat and pollution during summer can seriously damage your skin, stripping it of its sheen. And if you have sensitive skin, this problem can be a lot worse for you. With your big day approaching, combat this problem with calendula. Calendula oil has great healing properties and helps sooth sunburns, rashes and insect bites even.

Hibiscus
 

Hibiscus

We have all heard about the amazing beauty benefits of the hibiscus flower. It has been used by women as a natural blush for centuries and is also known as the flower of hair care. Hibiscus flower is a rich source of vitamin C and amino acids that promote hair growth. Using a paste of crushed hibiscus flower as a hair conditioner can not only condition your hair but also give it a beautiful red tint. You can even add a few crushed hibiscus flower petals to any hair mask to reap maximum benefits.

Chamomile
 

Chamomile

All of us know the health benefits of sipping on some chamomile tea, but did you know that it also has unbelievable skin benefits? Packed to the brim with anti-inflammatory properties, applying a mask made of this flower can do wonders to your skin. You can even add some crushed petals to a hair mask for amazing hair conditioning benefits.

Lavender
 

Lavender

The days leading to your wedding can be seriously stressful, thanks to all the preparation that you need to juggle. So ladies, let the lavender flower come to your rescue and help reduce some stress. Add some lavender essential oil to your regular hair oil to beat oily scalp, dandruff and other scalp concerns.