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Back to School Guide: How to Transition Your Skin from Summer to Fall

August 21, 2018

Back to School Guide: How to Transition Your Skin from Summer to Fall

When the weather starts to get cooler, it’s time to transition to fall skin care routine. Your skin reacts to the elements, so you’ll need to change things up. Here are five things you can do to keep your skin looking its best year-round.

Don’t Stop Using SPF

The harsh summer rays of the sun may be fading, but your skin is still vulnerable to UV damage. You may tan as well as you do in the summer, but the UVA rays that are responsible for skin cancer are still prevalent in the fall. Use SPF protection on your face, neck and exposed skin to prevent lasting damage.

Amp Up Your Moisturizer Routine

The air is dryer in the fall. You might need to add a hydrating cream to your fall skin care routine. Adding pure hyaluronic acid can improve hydration and make skin appear more luminous. Use your moisturizer in the morning and at night to keep your skin hydrated.

Use a Tanner to Keep Your Summer Look

A self-tanner maintains your bronzed look all year long. Instead of worrying about exposing your skin to the sun’s rays, you can keep your summer golden glow with a self-tanner.

Pamper Your Skin

Use a cream facemask to help your skin stay hydrated during the fall months. An overnight face mask gets left on your skin all night long. Use after a serum and your eye cream. In the morning, wake up to radiant skin. 

Add a Facial Oil

During the humid months of summer, the last thing you want to do is use a facial oil. Now that the air is dryer, your skin may need added oil. Timeless C E Ferulic Serum evens out your skin tone and builds collagen to erase wrinkles and improve youthfulness.

Keep reading our blog for more skin care tips for fall and every season.





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