As fall sets in, we start to see the days grow shorter, with the air becoming drier, and the temperature drops. This means that your skin may begin to lose moisture, so you should ensure that you continue with your skin cleaning and moisturizing routine. The last thing you want over the cooler months is dry, flaky skin. Here are some tips on how to keep your youthful and glowing looks, with fall skin care.
When summer hits, you will find you choose more fruity shower gels, with fresh and vibrant aromas. However, when fall arrives, you need to ensure that your body cleanser is not drying out your skin. Find a shower gel that is hydrating and soap-free, or change to lovely body washes, that will leave your skin feeling silky smooth.
There is nothing better as fall and winter head our way, than using some fantastic oil-based scrubs. After months of sun, salt and chlorine, it is important that any dead, dry skin is exfoliated, so a scrub is perfect to add to your cleaning regime if you haven’t already. Using an oil-based one, will add hydrating oils to your skin.
If you want your skin to retain its youthful looks and feel, then you need to moisturize every day. This will keep that nasty dry skin at bay, and leave you looking vibrant. You should be applying your lotion after your shower and bath, as this will seal the moisture that your skin has absorbed. There are plenty of yummy body butters to enjoy over fall and winter.
For some people, they have a change of skin type as we move from the summer to winter months. You may notice that your oily skin has turned normal, while others with normal skin find it has turned dry. If this is the case, then it is easy to fix as you just need to change your skin care routine. Find creams, scrubs and body butters that are good for your current skin type, and use these on a daily basis to retain that fresh, young look.
You really need a skin care routine, if you want your skin to look good over the cooler months. As we begin to use peels, masks, scrubs, exfoliators, and moisturizers on a daily basis it can be hard to recall when you last used what. So, get yourself a routine and stick to it. Once you get used to this, you will start to remember that Monday night you apply that facial mask, while Thursday and Sunday might be the days for getting out the oil-based scrub to exfoliate your dead layer of skin. Make sure you stick to this routine, and within time you will see the benefits on your face.
Just because summer has finished it does not mean there is no sun; it is still a daily essential. Check your moisturizer to see if it has SPF15 or above, and if not, purchase one that has. It will save your skin over those cold winter months, when the sun is bright but lacking its warmth.