How to Change Your Skincare Routine for Fall
Your beauty regimen naturally changes as the seasons change. This means that what your skin craves in the summer is different from what it needs in the winter, which means that the skincare products and routine that you follow change year round. Summer is now a thing of the past, which means that Fall is in full swing. Now is the time when you need to switch up your skin care routine again to make sure that you are giving your skin what it needs as temperatures begin to drop.
Here are a few steps you can take to change up your skincare routine for Fall:
Change Your Cleanser
Once the Fall season begins to set in, you need to make sure that you switch up the cleanser that you're using on your skin. Instead of using the same cleanser that you used in the summer, you should switch to one that will give your skin what it needs as the temperatures cool down. This means that instead of using a foaming cleanser that will dry out your skin, you should change to a moisturizing cleanser that will actually nourish your skin, and keep it from drying out. Choose one with natural ingredients to keep your skin glowing and healthy.
Use a Toner
One step that most people don't take the time to incorporate into their skincare routine is the use of a toner. However, adding a toner can make a big difference in the look and feel of your skin, especially during the Fall season. This means that you should use a toner daily. Try an alcohol-free toner to keep your skin from drying out. Our Orange Blossom Water Toner is a must-have for your collection as Fall approaches.
Don't Forget SPF
The summer months are generally when most people are concerned with protecting their skin from the sun, but using SPF products in the Fall is equally important. The sun can still cause damage to your skin during this cooler season, so you should find a good BB Cream or foundation that contains an SPF of at least 15. This will give your skin the protection that it needs to stay healthy during the Fall months when the sun can still be damaging.