Fall Skin Care Tips

Your fall skin care routine is important to consider. As the seasons change, so should the way you take care of your skin. Hopefully, you’ve been taking good care of your skin during the warm weather too! If you have, the progression to cooler temps should be smooth and non-eventful! However, there are some things you should and shouldn't do. Do you know what they are?

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Fall is a time of transitions. The hot sultry sun of summer is replaced by an early morning chill in the air. When it's time to pull out your warmer clothes, you’ll need to re-hydrate your skin, before you cover it up completely!

With the right plan of action, you may be able to reverse some of the damage you may have done over the summer. This is especially true if you’ve had a lot of exposure to chlorine, salt water, and the sun. If you're looking for ways to enhance your fall skin care, try some of the simple tips below.

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Fall Skin Care Tips

Increasing water intake – Your daily water intake should be about 1/2 of the number of your body weight in ounces. For example, if you weigh 120 lbs, you will want to consume 60 ounces of water each day. Water is essential to help keep your skin plump, soft, and smooth, and helps flush harmful substances from your body. Consume lots of water to improve your complexion and your skin's overall appearance!

Switching your moisturizer – Many people will tell you to switch from a lotion to a cream for fall skin care, but I don’t agree. If for example, you have oily skin, you should always use a water-based lotion. If you have dry skin, you’ll need to use a slightly heavier lotion (or cream instead) year round too. This does not change with the season. Just be sure to plump up your skin using something; everyday or every other day. Stick with a good skin moisturizer and your fall skin care will be easier over the winter months!

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Removing old skin – Those layers and layers of skin that have accumulated throughout the summer need to be removed. Find out how here. You may also have put your skin brush aside during the summer months, but since fall is a great time to get it back out. Brushing your skin is a great way to exfoliate and circulate!

Preventing illness - Fall is the start of cold and flu season! If you get sick, your skin may pay the price too. You can boost your immunity plus feed your skin simultaneously by consuming the right foods!

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Eating colorful fall produce – Freshly picked produce can bring out the best in any skin! These colorful fruits and veggies are packed with the nutrients that are right for your skin this time of year. In fact, you should always try and eat produce that's in season because it helps balance the yin/yang in your body. Fall produce includes apples, collards, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, rutabaga, turnips, carrots, eggplant, and acorn squash.

Prolonging your tan – If you have a great tan and don’t want to lose it, sunless tanners work well into the fall! They are a simple edition that can enhance your fall skin care. You can also use bronzers during the fall to add artificial sunshine to your face!

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Protecting your hands - Moisturize your hands every time you wash them if possible. There are also newer dish soaps on the market that moisturize while you wash the dishes. Properly moisturized hands will keep your hands looking years younger and prevent cracking and peeling when the temps get colder.

Blocking the sun – Even though the sun is getting lower in the sky remember, your skin can still get burned on a sunny or cloudy day! Keep your sunscreens close by - or better yet (or or make your own, that's chemical free! Remember to use them if you’re outside for lengthy periods of time. Continuing to block out the hot sun should be part of your fall skin care program!

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Taking care of your skin's extensions – Don't forget to take care of parched and thirsty lips during the fall! If you’ve already got chapped lips, you’ll need a lip moisturizer too. Lip balms are wax-based products and will prevent moisture from reaching the skin underneath. They are used for lip protection, not moisturizing. And don't forget your nails either! Moisturize them as well!

So get ready for the cooler temps with these fall skin care tips! You'll get your skin prepared for the drastic drop in temperatures that come when winter winds chill the air!

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