Fall – the Best Time to Take Care of Your Skin!
With the fall in full swing, it’s time to talk about fall skincare. Autumn brings cooler weather and reduced humidity, resulting in dry, stale air and drier skin. Mix this with dry heat from radiators, and it will prepare you for skin ailments like eczema and dry, itchy skin.
Dermatologists and cosmetologists call autumn the season of beauty, and we cannot but agree with them. This is truly the best time for most skin manipulations, from home care to professional treatments.
Your Must-Have Fall Beauty Tips
Change Your Cleanser
Alcohol tonics and light lotions that helped fight oily sheen in the summer are no longer relevant. Instead, opt for milder, creamy cleansers that won’t dry out your skin. A light lather or a hydrophilic oil wash and a milk make-up remover work well. Peeling (only enzyme) for the face should now be regular: once a week for normal skin, twice a week for oily skin, and once every two weeks for dry skin. It will exfoliate well the keratinized skin particles to prevent the appearance of rashes.
Summer moisturizer isn’t enough for you anymore. You’ve probably already noticed this. Therefore, it is better to rely on more oily textures and use face masks – home or professional – twice a week. Hyaluronic acid must be present in the “store” products. It moisturizes the deep layers of the skin and relieves the feeling of dryness and tightness.
A Thick Moisturizing Products
Dr. Jart+ Dermaclear Micro Milk Peel, $42
Kate Somerville Quench Hydrating Face Serum, $75
Say goodbye to the lightweight, oil-free moisturizer you’ve been using all summer. It’s time to get some volume with a more powerful hydrator. We recommend trying a thicker cream with ceramides, which are essential and beneficial fatty acids that occur naturally in the skin but need to be replenished during the colder months.
Darphin Aromatic Purifying Balm, $40
When the summer humidity ends, the skin may start to feel dry and itchy, as there is much less moisture in the air to help keep you moisturized. Do you know what is the easiest way to stop itching? By saturating and nourishing the skin with water – from head to toe. Moisturizers provide a protective barrier to the autumn skin care, allowing it to retain moisture and draw moisture to the outer layer of the skin.
Caudalie Deep Cleansing Exfoliator, $35
As the weather gets colder, it’s best to cut back on resistant ingredients like retinoids and glycolic acid. Reduce the use of exfoliants and retinoids – again, this is due to the drier and colder nature. Humidity and warm temperatures usually mitigate the irritation of topical retinoids and exfoliants, probably due to the increased oiliness of the skin.
We recommend using glycolic acid wipes or masks no more than once a week to get rid of summer sun discoloration.
Use a Humidifier
Fresh Black Tea Age-Delay Eye Concentrate, $68
Increase the hydration in your home by adding your own moisturizer to the mixture with a moisturizer. Turn it on as soon as you turn on the fire for best results.
Keep Using Sunscreen
Skinceuticals Sheer Physical UV Defense SPF 50, $66
Although UV radiation is stronger in summer, it is still present throughout all four seasons. Sunscreen should be used all the time because it usually helps reduce incoming UV radiation. Ultraviolet radiation speeds up and increases the risk of skin cancer. We recommend sticking to a daily SPF of 30 (at least).
Add Vitamin C to Your Regimen
Ling Skincare Hi-Vitamin C 12% Brightening Solution, $80
Vitamin C has a dual function in the colder months and helps fight SPF rays that aren’t completely blocked by your sunscreen. It also evens out skin pigmentation, which helps increase collagen production, resulting in a brighter complexion.
Now you can inject brighteners into your beauty routine to get rid of those age spots that you got from sunburn and long exposure to the outdoors. In addition, in the fall, it’s time to take care of facial rejuvenation with acid peels and creams. But no amateur performances! Only a cosmetologist can select the right acids, and even more, so carry out a professional peeling.
The beginning of autumn should coincide with skin renewal and recovery from the ravages of summer sun and heat. Skin antioxidants can literally be depleted by exposure to summer environments.
And our top tip for regaining hydration is to start from the inside out. Take oral liquid supplements as they can help repair every inch of skin on your body.
It’s never too early to start preparing because this is a transition, yes, but also because time seems to hurtle along when we’re trying to hold onto warmth as long as possible.We believe it’s not just fashionable to change your fall skincare routine for fall – it’s important to maintain healthy and happy skin all year round. Therefore, our skin care tips for fall and tricks that you can apply to protect yourself from cooler temperatures and drier air can become an integral part of your routine.