Adjust your skin care routine for fabulous FALL skin
The temperatures drop, the days are becoming shorter, and that as well makes the air to be more drier, so your skin may lose precious moisture.
Autumn is time of transition, so you need the best autumn skin routines to correct any summer damage and to prepare your skin for the following winter.
Saltwater, chlorine and sun make have taken a toll on your skin during the summer, so autumn is the perfect time to exfoliate and moisturize.
Fabulous, healthy skin is just few tips away, so here they are:
1. Get rid of the soap. Soapy scrubs that fell and smell perfect after a day at the beach are leaving your skin skin dry. Sad but it is a fact. When fall arrive, we recommend switching to soap-free hydrating cleanser. Put away the gels and bring out a creamy body and face wash.
2. Scrub for exfoliation. The sun and the chlorine, as well the salty water as additional factor may left your skin feeling dry and snaky. So you must need to repair that damage. Start the season with full-body exfoliation. Botanifique’s body scrubs, Hydradeep Body Scrub Ginger & Basil as well Hydradeep Body Scrub Green Tea & Verbena are our recommendation. Exfoliation and hydrations comes at one with these products, yours is only to chose the scent that you most like.
3. Now comes the switch: Lotion to Cream. With dryer air, your skin need a thicker moisturizer. Creams provide a stronger oily barrier, meaning they both reduce water loss from outer layer of the skin, providing hydration to this layer of the skin at the same time.
4. As must: Protect your lips. Start moisturizing your lips now so you can prevent dry and cracked lips this winter. Non-petroleum based lip balm is the best for preventing this issue that comes every winter.
5. Invest in hand cream. Most exposed part of the body during the winter are the hands. An ounce of prevention really is wort a pound of cure. Start moisturizing your hand now, so you can prevent dry and damaged hands, but enjoying soft, supple hands all winter long.