When Fall rolls around, it brings about a change of temperatures and visual changes. Leaves start following, rain often comes in, the temperatures are cooler and it may just a tad bit more gloomy than what spring and summer brings. However, Fall is a time of pumpkins and cool outdoor activities. So, what does this mean for your fall skincare routine?
Since there are changes in the Fall, what you did during your Spring and Summer skincare routines are probably not going to be as useful during the Fall. You will want to adjust this routine to compensate. Here are some tips that can help to ensure your skin is as healthy during the Fall as it is the rest of the year.
You still need to cleanse your skin!
While you are used to cleaning your skin in the spring and summer when your skin may be oily from the heat, you still need to cleanse the skin during the Fall. However, you will want to use a cleanser that is going to add moisture onto the skin. Rose Water is a great face wash and that is going to make your skin fresh without dehydrating the skin.
Moisturize your skin
Be sure that you are moisturizing your skin during the Fall time as the cooler temperatures can actually zap the moisture from your skin. You will find that Jojoba oil can be a great moisturizer for your skin and hair. Let’s not forget that the cooler temperatures can actually make your hair more dried out as well! You may find that for an extra dose of moisture or even to help with skin ailments like wrinkles, then Rosehip Night Anti-Aging Serum is a great way to add this care into your routine.
While it may not be as sunny as the Spring and Summer, you still need to make sure that you are wearing some sunscreen. Protection from UV rays is a must throughout the entire year. Even if you are in a location that snow starts to fall, remember that the sun can bounce off of the snow and you can get sunburned in the winter time as well! Try to find a natural sunscreen that is at least 30 SPF to protect your skin.
Drink plenty of water
While the heat is not in play in the Fall, you still need to make sure that you are hydrated. Remember, when it comes to the skin, hydration from the inside out is the key to having happy and healthy skin. So be sure that you are still hitting you water count each day, which is usually 64 ounces per day depending upon your physical level.
Fall is a beautiful time with the colors that are seen outdoors and the nicer, cooler temperatures. However, do not mistake this time for one in which you can totally let your skincare routine go. You just need to change this and adapt to the weather conditions that you are facing. If you’re looking for more natural ways to stay healthy, visit our product pages today.