Tips To Prep Your Skin For The Fall Season

Whenever the summer ends is the time for you to start making tweaks to your skincare routine. As the fall season is the start of dry and cold temperatures, losing moisture and water from the skin is to be expected, and here’s what you need to do to prep your skin for the upcoming fall season.

The key to a skincare routine for the autumn is to moisturize your skin, a lot. And that also includes using creamy and hydrating body wash as opposed to bar soaps and switching creamier and richer products for your skin, regardless of your skin type.

Start with switching to a richer moisturizer and body lotion. As the air becomes drier, it will draw out the water content within the skin, making them dry with flaky skin. A rich cream provides good protection and nourishment for the skin, creating a barrier to prevent unnecessary moisture loss rapidly.

If you like to up the ante, consider adding essences, serums, and face oils into the routine to keep your skin fully hydrated and moisturized during these dry months. The products serve not only as supplying the necessary nutrients for the skin but also prevents your skin from suffering skin issues - dry and flaky skin, itchiness, rashes, eczema, and psoriasis to name a few - and this is especially important if you have dry, mature, or sensitive skin types.

As the skin at the lips is significantly thinner compared to the rest of the face, the lips need extra attention and this can be done by adding a lip balm to the routine. A regular application throughout the day to keep the lips moisturized and protected from dry and flaky lips. Tip: opt for lip balms with natural formulations such as plant oils and beeswax for best results.

Of course, you’re not going to maximize the benefits of intense moisturization if you don’t keep your skin well-exfoliated. Add regular exfoliation in your skincare routine - not just for the face, but for the body as well - to purge out dead skin cells and make it easier for the skin to absorb skincare products when applied.

Depending on your skin type (or skin issues, if any), start by exfoliating the skin once a week, increasing it to twice a week should your skin feels flaky and rough than usual.

How Coconut Coffee Scrub is the perfect addition for a fall skincare routine

And what better way to start the fall season with a dash of Coconut Coffee Scrub. Comes with a blend of Arabica Coffee, coconut flakes, sugar, pink Himalayan Salt, with a blend of coconut and almond oil, this coffee scrub packs a punch with antioxidants and nutrients that exfoliate while being nourishing for the skin.

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