Transitioning from summer to fall can be tough on your skin. As the temperatures get cooler, your skin will detects the changes in the climate. Cooler weather and lower humidity can slow your body’s natural oil production, leaving your skin looking dry and dull.
Battling dry skin can be hard enough, cooler weather can increases the risk of other skin concerns like, eczema flare-ups. In extreme cases, seasonal changes can bring or worsen seborrheic dermatitis, rosacea, or keratosis pilaris. As you can see, it's not only important to transition your wardrobe, your skincare routine will require prompt attention as well.
Below are a four practical tips to transition your skin into the fall:
1. Use cleansers that hydrate
Using a hydrating, sulfate-free cleanser is important as we approach fall months. Lower temperatures and less humidity in the air can make your skin dry out more quickly, and Royal Rose Face Cleanser is the perfect cleanser for fall as it gently hydrates, cleans and dissolves dirt without stripping the skin of essential moisture.
2. Go for a heavier moisturizer
No matter what season you're in, you should be wearing a moisturizer year-round. The first sign of brisk, chilly temperatures means it's time to transition to heavier, hydrating moisturizers. Pamper seasonal dry skin with a moisturizing body butters.
3. Slough it off
You might think that exfoliation would intensify dryness, but a good skin buff is the best way to treat and prevent dry, flaky skin. Fall is a great time to introduce a weekly face and body scrub regimen, to treat dry areas. Add Royal Rose Facial Polish and a body polish to gently exfoliate away dead skin cells that clog pores.
4. Fight dryness at bedtime
Last but not least, add a hydrating facial serum to your evening skincare routine. Your night time routine is very important, your skin switches from “protect” mode to “repair” while you sleep. Using our Royal Rose Restoring Face Serum each evening before bed will lock in moisture and give your skin a jump start for next day ahead. Remember, change in season also means changing your skin care routine.