Transitioning Your Skin From Summer to Fall

Fall weather is in full swing, and your autumn skin may not be feeling as amazing like it did in the summer. As humidity leaves the air and the temperatures become cooler, your skin often becomes dryer. Couple that with the fact that many people are going back into more stressful routines, such as school and the upcoming holidays, it's easy to see why your skin may suffer. Luckily, there’s things you can do about it! Check out these fall skin care tips to help you keep feeling hydrated, healthy, and beautiful.


Use a Daily Moisturizer

Chances are you didn't need a very heavy moisturizer during the summer, but you may need to up the ante during the fall and winter months. A petroleum-based moisturizer helps to lock the hydration into your skin. Use at least once per day for the best results!


Wash Your Face With a Hydrating Cleanser

Even if you aren't sweating as much, you still need to wash your face at least once per day. Most face washes are a bit too drying for the fall and winter months, so it’s super important to add a face wash with natural ingredients to your fall skin care routine. A hydrating cleanser should have minimal ingredients and leave you feeling healthy and glowing.


Slather on the SPF

Just because the sun isn't as bright anymore doesn't mean SPF can be skipped. Even if you can't feel the rays, they're still wreaking havoc on your skin. UVA and UVB rays are damaging your skin all year long, so don't skip the sunscreen. Even on cloudy days, it could be damaging! Use at least an SPF 15, but the more, the better.


Try on a Hydrating Mask

One of the best fall beauty tips to follow is to use a hydrating mask. Putting one on as self-care about once a week can help you skin to retain moisture and look more supple throughout the fall and winter months. Even better, hydrating face masks are an excellent way to practice some self-care after a stressful week at work or school! <3 


Pick Up Some Organic Acne Oil

If you are someone who is prone to acne even in the dry months, you may need to chance up the skin care routine you use to take care of it. During the summer months, products that dry out acne may not be as bad for your skin. When fall weather rolls in, the tune will change. When the air is dryer, you need an organic acne oil that isn't drying to the skin. Choose one that retains moisture without using harsh ingredients.


These skin care tips for fall can help you feel healthier and more refreshed when the weather is dry, but it isn't all you should be doing. In addition to using the right products, try getting at least eight hours of sleep per night and maintain a healthy diet full of plenty of fresh fruits and veggies. Above all else, drink enough water each day! Don’t underestimate the power of water. Practicing these tips will help you and your skin get through the fall and winter months glowing from the inside out.