If beach chairs and flip flops are being packed away to make way for sweaters and pumpkins, that can only mean one thing. Fall is here! Fall is a welcome season of transition in so many ways. It’s time to transition your clothes, shoes, home decor, and even your skincare. As the weather begins to cool off, your skin needs different kinds of care than it does during the hot, humid summer months. We’ve gathered the top five skincare tips you need to know for the fall months.
Your skin needs proper hydration as the air outside gets cooler and dryer. No one enjoys dry, cracked skin, so moisturizing from head to toe is essential. For best results, apply your favorite lotion right after you step out of the shower or bath.
Scrub Your Feet
You may not be thinking of your feet when you’re not constantly seeing your toes peeking out of sandals, but they still need love during these colder months. Find a great exfoliator for your feet to keep them smooth even when you can’t see them.
Swap Out Your Body Soap
Pack your citrus shower gel away and replace it with a creamier, ultra-moisturizing body soap instead. Make sure to check your body soap for drying ingredients as these can wreak havoc on your skin in the fall and winter months.
Grab A Hand Cream
Carrying a hand cream in your bag can help save your hands during the next few months. There are so many trial-size choices out there, you’re sure to find one you love.
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Keep Your Sunscreen
You read that right, don’t pack up your sunscreen. Your face still needs sunscreen even though you’re no longer spending long hours at the pool. Keep using a facial sunscreen of at least SPF 30 and don’t forget to reapply if you’re going to be out in a pumpkin patch for long.
If you change up your current skincare routine and begin to include these skincare tips as fall weather approaches, your skin will love you for it!
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