Fall is in the air, and it’s time for change, not only for your wardrobe and coffee order, but also your skincare regime. As a new season arrives, the weather shifts, and the time of transition can take a toll on your skin. Below are a few ways to adjust and update your skincare routine for fall:
Invest in oils. Fall is a great time to incorporate a post-summer ski restoration plan into your daily routine. While there is no such thing as a magic serum, rosehip oil helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles, dark spots and prolonged sun exposure.
Increase hydration. As the air becomes drier, your skin might start to lose moisture. Find a cute water bottle that you’ll want to take everywhere, and make sure to place it somewhere that is always visible as a reminder to keep drinking more water.
Pamper yourself. While everyone loves a spa day, it’s not always easy to fit in the time or dough for a treatment. With an abundance of products out on the market, pampering yourself at home with a little TLC and relaxation time is both easy and affordable. My go-to product for a home spa day is a good face mask. I strive to live a healthy lifestyle, and tend to lean towards organic skincare products as they have fewer toxins. I love Pangea Organics’ Japanese Matcha Tea Mask. The mask manages to detoxify, soften, and brighten my skin all at the same time.
Protect your lips. Prevent dry, cracked lips by beginning to moisture before the cold weather hits. Aquaphor has been my go-to for lip moisture for as long as I can remember. If I’m planning to spend most of my time outdoors, I double up with a lip balm with SPF.
Visit your dermatologist. As we age, our skin needs more attention, and sometimes that means changing the way you care for your skin. Book an appointment to go see a dermatologist and discuss the ideal skincare routine for your body.