Transition Your Skin From Summer To Fall

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Summer To FallGet Your Skin Ready For Cooler Months!

Some people love it and some people hate the transition into fall, because that means it’s winter and that ultimately means its going to be cold! This article will help you transition your skin from summer to fall and have you prepared for those long wintery months that are ahead of us. Many people don’t know that it’s very important to switch up your skincare routine’s from season to season. This ultimately helps t keep your skin healthier and even look healthier for longer periods of time!

The beginning of fall can be a beautiful time of the years, the temperatures are just right and it’s an overall pleasant time to be outside! However, those cooler days can lead to dryer skin which can then lead to premature aging in your skin! You don’t want be dealing with continuous dry skin and even worse the look of wrinkles and fine lines effecting your appearance! That’s why its important to keep your skin as healthy as can be by transitioning your skin from summer to fall! Keep on reading to find out how you can maintain youthful and healthy skin!

How To Transition Your Skin From Summer To Fall?

During the months of summer, we are mostly concerned with shine control and using sun protections because we are more prone to oily skin, sunburns and so much more. But as the weather starts to cool down your skin is going to start to need more moisture and its even important to save refresh your skin from those humid summer months. Below is a list of ways you can get your skin ready for the cool fall days.

  1. Switch to a creamier cleanser. Cooler days mean dryer skin, for most people. Consider trading your foam or gel cleanser for something with a creamier texture. Something more gentle will be better suited to your skin that is extra delicate thanks to sweat, sun and salt. If your skin tends to be more oily, try using a gel based cleanser in the morning and then a creamier one at night.
  2. Add a day cream into your routine. Going from humid temps to colder temps can be drying on the skin and when your skin is dry, it is very fragile. Give your skin the TLC it needs in the fall with some added morning moisture. Try using something that’s more light, yet hydrating and has an SPF.
  3. At home chemical peels. You’re most likely to end the summer with a least some damage to your skin, whether that be freckles, age spots or discoloration. An at home gentle chemical peel will help to minimize some of the damage and get your face ready for fall.
  4. Exfoliate. After those hot summer months, your pores tend to get clogged from all that sweat and sunscreen. This can lead to dull skin as well. Exfoliating will slough away dead skin and unclog pores. But do so gently  so you don’t end up irritating your skin.
  5. Use a serum. Serums deliver their active ingredients into the skin more efficiently than other products. Smooth on a hydrating serum under your regular moisturizer to really quench dry skin.
  6. Avoid alcohol based toners. You may have been using these toners to keep your oil in check, but those will only dry out your skin come fall and winter. Use a more gentle toner to keep your skin hydrated and refreshed .
  7. Get a facial. Getting a facial can be a great way to reset your skin for a new season, keep your complexion balanced and address any skin concerns with a professional who can educate you on how best to tackle them.
  8. Don’t forget your lips. A light coat of gloss or light lip balm might have been all you needed during the summer but just like your skin; your lips will dry out in colder weather. Keep lips flake-free with a lip scrub and keep a medicated lip saver on hand like Blistex.
  9. Use a facial oil. This is similar to a serum and can be used in conjunction with other products. These help to lock in that moisture and make sure to look for those oils that are organic and unrefined so you’re not getting fillers or potential irritants.