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Transition Your Skin Care Routine from Summer to Fall

Fall skin care

You likely have your skin care routine and products that you’ve been using for as long as you can remember. But as the seasons change, your skin does too. The same way you trade in your summer flip flops for boots in the fall, you need to modify your skin care routine and products.

You should seasonally change up heavier moisturizers, Vitamin C complexes and eye creams for puffiness and dryness. Try using a serum to add additional ingredients to your skin while your sleep. Because your skin can build up tolerance to certain products after some time, it’s important to note what works and what doesn’t, as well as which products your skin has a positive reaction or a negative reaction to.

To keep your skin looking young and fresh this autumn, we recommend:

  • Exfoliating the face and body to remove the dead, dry skin from the summer 
  • Starting with moderate or aggressive treatments, such as microdermabrasion or chemical peels
  • Adding a slightly thicker moisturizer, depending on your skin type 
  • Continuing using SPF under your makeup

Moreover, if you were ever out in the sun and not completely covered up this summer, odds are that you have some sun damage. Sun damage can range from freckles to dark tans, wrinkly skin and that taut-almost-leathery look. As we head into the fall, laser treatments are popular and effective to treat sun damage and refresh your skin.

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