Skin Care Routines to Boost Moisture this Fall

Moisture is your skin’s greatest ally. It always pays to moisturize as much as possible. By doing so, you are naturally boosting the health and appearance of your skin. When the seasons change, savvy women know that they have to make changes to their skin care routine. Let’s take a look at five important habits you should get into to boost the moisture of your skin this fall.

Don’t Neglect to Protect with SPF

While the temperature may drop in the autumn, this doesn’t stop the sun from shining. Many women stop using SPF when the seasons change. Don’t make this critical mistake. Sun damage is still one of the greatest foes that can wreck your great-looking skin.

The New Season Is the Perfect Reason to Change Your Routine

During the summer, you probably moisturize with foaming cleansers and gels as often as possible. It makes sense to do it when it’s hot. You’re losing moisture quickly due to higher air temperatures. In turn, this keeps your body temperature at an elevated rate. As the temps cool down, this strategy is not nearly as effective. Since less oil is a natural occurrence, you’ll want to change-up your routine. A great idea is to use sulfate-free, non-drying cleansers when you first wake up in the morning. When night rolls around you’ll switch to a gentler lotion-based cleanser at night. This cleans your face by gently removing your makeup before you’re ready to settle down for the night.

It’s Always Great to Exfoliate

exfoliate-skin-careProper Exfoliation boosts skin moisture during the Fall. It’s appropriate to exfoliate less during the Summer because your skin is more likely to be sensitive. All bets are off when the weather cools down. This is the best season to minimize dead skin. By removing dry, flaky skin, you are letting your healthier skin shine through. Add exfoliating peels and facial scrubs to your routine to lighten and brighten your face.

I Scream for Eye Cream

The fall is the time of the year when you don’t want to neglect using eye cream. Autumn is notorious for the skin below your eyes to dry out faster than Sonic the Hedgehog. Add eye cream to your regimen to look your absolute best.

Boosting Hydration Stops Dry Skin Frustration

facial-tonerYou might be surprised at the number of women who never use toners. Don’t be like them! Adding a toner to your daily beauty routine is a proven way to boost skin hydration. Toners are powerful beauty products that should be used after you clean your face and before you apply your moisturizer. This helps boost their effectiveness.


Using these tips, you can say “goodbye” to dry skin forever!

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