Keep Your Skin Plump in Fall & Winter Months
If you’re finding yourself in this situation, we’ve rounded up a few tips you can implement into your Fall routine to combat the negative impact on your skin.
Let’s begin with the obvious factors; drops in temperature and humidity.
According to The American Academy of Dermatology, we often need a boost in our skincare routine when the level of humidity in the air drops. Our skin no longer has the option to pull and absorb moisture from the humid air surrounding us and if we don’t make adjustments accordingly we might suffer dry or cracked skin and on occasion more noticeable lines.
So, the main question becomes how do we restore this moisture to our body’s biggest organ?
Read on for some Fall self-care adjustments.
1. We all love a good hot shower or bath especially on a cozy night, but before reaching for your shower handle consider opting for a warm shower rather than a hot and steamy one. Your skin will thank you and immediately display the results.
2. After your WARM shower, as stated by Bustle, your skin will experience an immediate boost in circulation. Allure recommends applying a moisturizer within 60 seconds of drying off to seal your skin with a moisture packed kiss!
3. When reaching for your moisturizer opt for products that are a thinner consistency and can be more easily absorbed. Our Silk Slip Triple Hyaluronic Acid Serum is ideal for this because it is composed of three molecular weights of HA for absorption at all levels of skin; from legs to face.
4.After applying your Hyaluronic Acid Serum we recommend keeping it handy. Your skin will lose moisture faster in the fall so reapplying your hydration has never been more critical. If you’ve been applying once a day, this is the perfect time to start making a habit of 2-3 times a day for the remainder of the Fall and Winter months.
While everyone’s skin reacts differently to environmental changes, this list of tips can serve as a starting point.
Let’s make self-care a part of the seasonal excitement that comes with Fall and Winter activities.