If you are feeling that little chill in the air and notice that pumpkins are showing up at your local stores, that means that fall is just around the corner. Not only does the weather change, but your skin does too. The transition is quick meaning that you have to work fast to ensure that your skin continues to be healthy. Luckily, we have some skin care tips to get y
ou on the right path, no matter your skin type.
Tip #1: Exfoliate less. Since the air is getting dryer, that means your skin will get more sensitive and dull. Too much exfoliation during these last few months of the year can make your skin feel extremely dry. Instead, keep your skin hydrated with a well-formulated moisturizer.
Tip #2: Use body lotion. The skin on your face isn’t the only part that we’re talking about here. Your skin from head to toe can be exposed to the outside environment. Adding body lotion to your normal routine will ensure that all of your skin stays refreshed.
Tip #3: Keep using your SPF. Don’t let the temperature and the clouds deceive you. The sun’s rays are still out there and can still cause your skin to feel the burn. Especially if you have sensitive skin, make sure you apply SPF every day before you step outside and reapply if needed.
Tip #4: Invest in a hydration mask. If you already suffer from dry skin, these fall months can make it feel even worse. Find an all-natural hydration mask that works for your skin type and that can give you long-lasting freshness. Also, a little pamper session never hurts 😉
Tip #5: Pay attention to your skin. The best way to transition from Summer to Fall when it comes to your skin is to notice how it reacts to the change as the days go by. If you notice your skin is getting dryer, oiler, or more sensitive, figure out what you can do to combat that. Sometimes it’s just as simple as changing up your skincare routine or drinking more water.
Keep in mind that if you add or change any part of your skincare routine that you make sure the product(s) work for your skin first. Just because it’s good for the reason, doesn’t mean it’s good for you.
Stay Be(You)tiful this Fall