Get Your Skin Ready For Fall

Before you know it, summer will be at an end.

Sun, pool, beach and other skin influences during the last few months will be a thing of the past.

So what can you do to get your skin ready for Fall? 

==>Get a skin analysis. Go to a spa or luxury salon. You can even go to your dermatologist or other skin care professional. Have your skin evaluated for discolorations, dryness, etc. Summer activities may have caused damage to your skin and may require special care or moisturizers. 

==>Exfoliate.  Just as the leaves will be changing, get rid of any dead, dry summer skin. Skin that was exposed to the elements. A fresh, new layer of skin will be exposed ready for the cooler months. Your skin will be more alive and brighter. You may also want to consider a everyday skin cream with collagen to help boost the skin's elasticity and vibrancy.  

==>SPF It. Even though summer may be over, don't stop protecting your skin. Wear a good, non-oily, daily moisturizer with SPF 30. This will continue to protect  your skin from UV rays through months where although you're not in a swimsuit, your face will still be exposed to sunlight. 

==>Night Time Serums.  During colder months, your skin loses moisture more quickly. In addition to staying hydrated, lock in your skin's moisture with a high quality serum. This also helps reduce light wrinkles and prevent skin aging. 

==> Clean & Cleanse. During the summer, use of sun tan products may have cause more breakouts or black heads. After you exfoliate, it's good to use a product that can help remove black heads (like the Biore Pore Strips) and then use a gentle astringent to shrink pores.  

Just as Spring is a great season to clean house (with a Spring Cleaning), Fall is a great time to clean your skin. Getting rid of those old skin cells and protecting and preserving your skin for the cooler months ahead. 

[Editor's Note: All exfoliators aren't created equal. Scarology's natural fruit exfoliator is gentle yet powerful. It helps remove dry, dead skin and stimulate the surrounding skin, leaving a radiant appearance. Read more at]










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