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Caring For Your Skin This Autumn


As winter approaches and the seasons begin to change, the weather can have a drying effect on the skin. You might notice chapped lips and dry hands, but the fading sun can have its impact on all parts of the body. A different skincare regime is often warranted and can help ensure you don’t suffer from dehydrated, dull looking skin as you head into winter. Take a few of these tips and ideas onboard and take good care of your skin during Autumn and the cooler winter months.

Restore After Summer

The summer sun is a wonderful sight but its effects on the skin can be less positive. While a tan you’ve worked hard on can look healthy, the dehydrating effect of the summer sun and the fine lines and wrinkles that can start to appear are a long lasting negative. Long term exposure to damaging UV rays can damage your delicate skin. Choose a Manuka honey based body lotion product to naturally restore the moisture all over your skin and use night creams and serums for their long lasting restorative effects on your face.

Prepare for Cooler Temperatures

When the sun fades away and the temperature drops, the time is right to start nourishing your skin with all the vitamins and minerals that it needs to stay looking great and feeling healthy. Moisturise regularly and use natural products like olive leaf extract brightening skincare to minimise skin damage, help reduce the appearance of sun spots and protect your skin from pollutants.

Exfoliate Once or Twice a Week

If your skin starts to look dull from the change in season you should exfoliate with natural products to help rejuvenate and look your best. Take care not to overdo it as excessive exfoliation can lead to long-lasting skin damage, but gentle, fruit based and natural exfoliants are fine to use a couple of times a week. Make sure you follow up with a nourishing skin treatment to restore and protect after removing some of the essential oils that your body creates.

With some care, thought and a few small changes to how you care for your skin, you can make it through autumn without wasting all that effort that you put into skin care during summer. Remember that this season’s sun can still be damaging, so apply sunscreen when you head outside and take all the precautions that you would regularly take. Using natural skincare products and taking care of yourself will go a long way towards keeping your skin looking healthy and feeling great all autumn!



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