As the seasons change and the weather turns cooler, it's essential to adjust your skincare routine to keep your skin healthy and radiant. Here are some tips to get your skin ready for fall:

  • Hydrate: As the air becomes drier, make sure to stay well-hydrated by drinking plenty of water. Hydration is key to maintaining supple and glowing skin.
  • Switch to a Gentle Cleanser: Consider using a mild, hydrating body cleanser that won't strip your skin of essential oils. Avoid harsh, drying cleansers, especially if you have sensitive skin. We recommend our body washes for dryΒ and sensitive skin, enriched with Jojoba Oil,Β and other all-natural oils and butters.Β 
  • Switch to a Heavier Moisturiser: Transition from lightweight summer moisturisers to richer, more hydrating creams. Look for products with ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycerin, or shea butter to lock in moisture.
  • Exfoliate Gently: Exfoliation helps remove dead skin cells and promote cell turnover. Opt for a gentle exfoliator to prevent over-drying your skin.
  • SPF is Still Important: Even though the sun may be less intense, UV rays are present year-round. Continue to apply sunscreen with at least SPF 30 daily, especially if you spend time outdoors.
  • Protect Your Lips: Your lips can become dry and chapped in the fall. Apply a hydrating lip balm with SPF to keep them soft and protected.
  • Add Antioxidants: Incorporate products containing antioxidants like vitamin C into your routine. Antioxidants help protect your skin from environmental damage and can brighten your complexion.
  • Stay Warm, But Not Too Hot: Hot showers can strip your skin of its natural oils. Opt for warm showers instead and try to limit their duration to prevent excessive dryness.
    • Eat a Healthy Diet: Incorporate foods rich in essential fatty acids, vitamins, and antioxidants into your diet. These nutrients can promote healthy skin from the inside out.
    • Stay Active: Regular exercise improves blood circulation, which can benefit your skin by delivering oxygen and nutrients to the cells.
    • Consult a Dermatologist: If you have specific skin concerns or conditions, consider consulting a dermatologist. They can provide personalised recommendations for your skin type.

    Remember that skincare is not one-size-fits-all, so adjust these tips to fit your specific skin type and concerns. By adopting a fall-appropriate skincare routine, you can keep your skin looking its best throughout the season.