The day before your shoot give your body a gentle exfoliation, concentrating on areas such as knees, elbows and the soles of your feet, and moisturise all over.
If you wax, epilate, shave etc then make sure that coincides well, with the timing of your shoot. If you usually experience any redness after waxing, make sure you time your appointment a few days or a week before your shoot.
One or two days before your photoshoot give your face a gentle exfoliation and moisturise.
Any treatments that you usually have or would like to have in preparation for your shoot, such as eyebrows, lashes or hair removal, should be done up to a week before your shoot, to avoid any possible reactions being visible on the day.
If you get a spot or have any skin issues, please do not worry! The combination of professional makeup, good lighting, and post processing with photography, can hide a multitude of sins. I've got your back!
If you like to use fake tan, again make sure this is done in good time, to avoid any possible mishaps, patchiness, orange hands... we've all been there.
Please try your best not to get sunburnt in the build up to your shoot. Whilst tan lines can be removed with editing, it can leave you feeling a little uncomfortable, which isn't great when being asked to pose for the camera. I wont give you a lecture on sun damage. I am sure you are all aware of the risks.