1.Be Ingredient Wise
- Aloe contains loads of vitamin A, vitamin C, and antioxidants. Aloe is also a powerful anti-inflammatory. Think of all the things we know Aloe is great at from helping to treat burns, to treating dry skin.
- Collagen creams help to slow the process of moisture loss from your skin. Using a moisturizer with collagen will help your skin lock in moisture. Dermatologists recommend using a collagen cream to help boost collagen to promote the firm, plump bouncy skin you had in the past.
2.Start Using a Thicker More Hydrating Moisturizer
With the weather turning and the air becoming dryer it’sagood time to switch to a heavier moisturizer before bed. A thicker moisturizer at night will help to replenish lost moisture in your skin, this will help your skin stay hydrated, healthy, and more prepared for the dry days ahead
3.Don’t Forget Your Lips & Under Eyes
These are two key areas that should not be forgotten. Along with adding a heavier nighttime moisturizer for your face, it’s also a good time to step up your eye cream and lip treatment game. The delicate skin around your eyes and on your lips will thank you.
4.Exfoliate with Care
If your skin is feeling a little sensitive and dry from the coming of fall it might be trying to tell you it needs a little TLC. You should take extra care when exfoliating this time of year. Remember to be gentle on your skin. When exfoliating with your favorite facial scrub rub in small gentle light circular strokes around your face. Always rinse with lukewarm water, gently pat dry, and apply a moisturizer.
5.Don’t Forget Your Sunscreen
Summer may be over, but the UVA, UVB are still beaming down on your precious face, causing sun damage, dark spots, fine lines, and wrinkles. Please be cautious with your skin. Vanity aside, UV radiation increases the risk of cancer. We suggest making a daily sunscreen of SPF 30 or more a mandatory part of your beauty routine.
6.Bring Out Your Humidifier
With the dry cold air outside, and your heat on inside your skin can’t catch a break. A great to this problem is to add a little moisture to your air at home. Let’s face it, our bodies need water, let your skin soak it in. Keep your humidifier clean and follow manufacture instructions.
We hear it over and over, drink water, stay hydrated. It’s true, your skin will benefit from staying hydrated on the inside. Water can help flush out toxins from your body, and many people report that their skin has an extra glow when they stay hydrated. So remember to have a few glasses of water throughout the day.