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What Is the Best Way to Handle My Sensitive Skin as I Go Back to School?

Changes in the weather can wreak havoc on sensitive skin. As you get ready to transition to fall and go back to school, here are a few things you can do to keep your skin beautiful and keep breakouts at a minimum.

Rely on Vitamin C

Vitamin C is an important nutrient that is included in most multivitamins. It acts as an antioxidant in the body, helping to protect cells from free radical damage. It is this function that makes vitamin C such an important skincare ingredient as well. As it targets free radicals in the skin cells, it minimizes the damage they cause and gives the skin a more youthful appearance. You can find vitamin C for sensitive skin in the form of ascorbic acid in many Timeless products. 

Cleanse Carefully 

Harsh cleansers have no business on anyone’s skin, but they’re especially damaging to sensitive skin. This fall, throw out any cleansers that are full of ingredients you can’t pronounce and replace them with natural cleansers that gently purify the skin. 

Use Moisturizer for Your Skin Type

If you’re not careful, your skin can become a lot like the leaves in fall – dry, papery and wrinkled. Fortunately, you can prevent this from happening by using a moisturizer that’s meant for your skin type. Again, look for a moisturizer that contains natural, nourishing ingredients and is meant for people with sensitive skin. Don’t forget to hydrate the areas around your eyes as well with Timeless eye cream.

Nourish With Serum

A lot of people make the mistake of overlooking serum in their skincare routines. But a good serum is absolutely full of nourishing ingredients that can prepare sensitive skin for the onset of harsh fall weather. Argan Oil Timeless contains essential fatty acids and Vitamin E. It absorbs quickly into the skin and helps to condition, heal and protect it.  

These tips will not only help your sensitive skin survive fall weather, but thrive in it. Incorporate them into your skincare routine and put your best face forward this school year.