Now that summer is over, there’s no need to hide under umbrellas and sunscreens 24/7. But the thing is skin dilemmas are always there regardless of the season. That’s why it is important to remember that keeping your skin healthy and not taking a break from your skin regimen should always be one of your priorities. And since fall’s weather is much cooler than summer, problems regarding skin moisture are common once again. Here are some of the things you can do in order to make sure that your skin is protected from all sorts of harm that fall can bring.
Keep your skin moisturized – Drinking water to keep your skin hydrated won’t be enough because cooler air tends to quickly dry out our skin’s moisture, and dry skin is a big NO. In order to avoid this, make sure to always moisturize your skin EVERY single day. Skin moisturizers like Cetaphil and Vaseline can help you protect your skin and keep it soft.
Exfoliate – There’s a huge chance that summer may have done some damage to your skin. It may have already left it drying or flaking. That’s why it is recommended to exfoliate your skin using oil-based scrub that can bring back its moisture and glow.
Study your skin – Now that the weather has changed, chances are your skin will adjust to it too. Be on the lookout for any signs of oiliness, rashes and or even allergies before you fully change your skin regime. And once you saw something weird, it’s important to visit an expert right away.
Skin regime – Now that the weather is getting colder, the kinds of skin care products that will be in your regimes should be taken into consideration. Concentrate less on UV protection and more on keeping your skin soft and not dry. Facial masks and exfoliating tools should be given a proper schedule when it comes to applying them onto your face so you can acquire the best results and not overdo it.
Keep the sunscreen close – I know. It might sound weird, but yes, you still need sunscreen every day. The product’s packaging still coincides with the brand’s vintage aesthetic.
Protect those feet – Even though our feet are most likely going to be covered in boots the whole season, it’s still important to moisturize your walkers in order to prevent them from getting cracks.
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