Skin Care Tips For the Fall Season
As the seasons change, we need to pay attention to the changes in our skin. During the cooler months our skin may tend to become more dry, flaky, red and sensitive. We need to adjust our skin care routine as our skin’s appearance varies during the year. Here are some skin care tips to get you through the colder months.
If you want to keep dry skin away, moisturize daily. If you find that your skin is very dry add a heavier daily moisturizer. Our Multi Action Firming Repair is not only super moisturizing, but it quickly soaks in without leaving a heavy film on your skin. On the lighter side, our Ultra-light Hydrating Fluid is excellent for daily use.
Use an oil based exfoliant
Using an exfoliant will remove dead skin cells allowing for skin rejuvenation. Our Crystal Clear Facial Scrub is infused with jojoba oil, which will also moisturize you skin as well.
Don’t forget your sunscreen
Just because the weather is cooler doesn’t mean the sun’s rays aren’t still damaging. No matter what the weather is outside, don’t leave home without a layer of sunscreen with at least an SPF of 30.
Add Retinol products to your skin care routine
If you are seeing the effects of sun damage, which can be wrinkles or hyperpigmentation (dark spots), use Retinol skin care products. They can help with cell turnover and collagen production to help reduce the aging effects of the sun.
Use gentle skin care products
Use products that won’t strip your skins barrier which is a protective layer. Our Foaming Antioxidant Cleanser is pH balanced and gentle enough to help maintain your skins barrier and still provide a deep cleanse.
Don’t over exfoliate
Using an exfoliant helps your skin but you don’t want to over exfoliate if your skin is dry. Doing so will irritate your skin in addition to the effects caused by the wind and cold temperatures. Stick to once every two weeks if needed.
It’s important to use the right skin care products at the right time as our skin is ever-changing.
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