7 Essential Fall Skincare Tips
November 5, 2019
Fall is a great time for change and indulging in healthy new beauty habits.
Here are some tips to help your face make the transition from hot and humid to cool and dry with these skin tips! According to Nancy Samolitis, MD, a board-certified dermatologist and co-founder and medical director of FACILE dermatology in Beverly Hills, CA. “In the cooler months, the air gets drier outside and inside with the operation of heaters. When skin starts losing moisture, the barrier can get disrupted, causing increased sensitivity, dryness, and irritation.”
So changing up your skincare routine for Fall is not just a trendy practice, it’s actually crucial for maintaining healthy, happy skin year round. Here are a few tweaks you can make:
Hydrate With Aloe Or Hemp Seed Oil
People with sensitive skin or conditions like psoriasis or eczema might feel a burning sensation or over sensitivity for a few days or even weeks during the transition of the season. The best thing you can do is to hydrate and coat your skin with serums and creams! Nourishing it with Shea Butter, Aloe, or Hemp Seed Oil will aid in the recovery. Tevenere Botanics has a Shea Butter rich Hand and Body Moisturizer to combat the elements and will help fortify your skin against the cold. For your face Tevenere Botanics Hydrating Day Moisturizer or Rejuvenating Night Cream works wonders as a non-irritating, non-clogging moisturizing and ultra moisturizing cream (hemp seed oil is the hero ingredient after all!).
Switch To A Thicker Moisturizer
Because of the environmental changes, drier air, switching to a thicker moisturizer before bed is important. Which is why Tevenere Botanics offers the Rejuvenating Night Cream to compensate for the changes in weather and humidity by adding moisture to the skin to help retain its natural moisture. Not to mention some of its nutrient rich ingredients to aid in the process: jojoba seed oil, organic aloe leaf juice, organic german chamomile flower extract, organic green tea leaf extract, shea butter, and hemp seed oil to name only a few.
Use A Lip Moisturizer And Add Eye Creams
If it wasn’t already a part of your skincare regimen, then you should add these two things during the cooler months. Just as you add a thicker moisturizer for your face so should you add a moisturizer for your lips and the area around your eyes. Our skin doesn’t like transitions and adding a lip moisturizer and eye cream will help with the transition. Tevenere Botanics Eye Serum delivers much needed anti-oxidants and fatty acids to give you nourished and supple looking skin. Formulated with Hemp seed oil and Gingko Biloba Leaf Extract it helps to smooth the sensitive area around your eye and depuff.
Don’t Use Retinoids As Frequently
Decrease your use of retinoids because of the cooler temperatures and drier environment you don’t have the humidity or warmer temperatures to buffer the irritating effects of topical retinoids.
Continue To Use Sunscreen
Though UV radiation is greater during the summer it’s still present throughout all four seasons. Sunscreen should be used at all times because it helps decrease the UV radiation your skin is exposed to. UV radiation accelerates and increases the risk of skin cancer.
Add Vitamin C To Your Skincare Regimen
Vitamin C evens out skin pigmentation and helps boost collagen production meaning brighter skin and a more even skin tone for you. In the colder months it also works double duty helping combat SPF rays that are not fully blocked by your sunscreen. So use that Vitamin C Serum for an extra protective barrier and as a sun-damage protectant. Tevenere Botanics Vitamin C Serum helps prevent further damage caused by ultra-violet rays. It also delivers anti-aging benefits and helps slow down the aging process by combating oxidative stress preventing lines and wrinkles from forming.
Add A Humidifier
Bring moisture back into the air! Humidifiers are a great way to boost hydration at home during the fall and winter months. The more moisture in the air the more moisture it’ll share with your skin! This is an investment into your skincare regimen and something to really consider adding into the mix.
Just like transitioning your wardrobe, your skincare regimen also needs to change with the Fall. We hope these transition tips to Fall and Winter will help keep you looking and feeling lovely through the season.
What changes do you see yourself immediately making? Share and comment below!