Skincare Routines for Autumn That You Need to Know

October 14, 2021 0 Comments

Skincare Routines for Autumn That You Need to Know

October is not only the time where you have to swap your
gauzy summer linen for thick woolen jumpers, but it is also the point in time
where you have to think about a new skincare routine.

Autumn has come, and it is time to find a new skincare
routine inspiration. Pinterest users have been searching for a new skincare
routine that fits the season we are in. After a long summer that left marks on
faces, caused pigmentation from over tanning, dehydration due to travel,
inflammation from too many mojitos, and the sudden temperature plunging that
rapidly impacted skin looks, feels, and performance, your skin needs new care
to adapt to the change of environment.
HoPE - Autumn Skin Care Routine
When the temperature drops, the skin barrier becomes
impaired and fragile, resulting in dryness, sensitivity, and lackluster skin.
Due to the sudden temperature change, from windy to cold weather, the air gets
drier outside and inside with heaters. The skin loses moisture where the barriers
are damaged, and external aggravators like pollution get deeper into the skin,
provoking dryness, sensitivity, and irritation. So changing your skincare
routine is not just a trend but is crucial to keep the skin healthy and happy
the whole year-round.

8 Skincare Routines for Fall

A changing environment requires skincare adjustments. The
following are some tips approved by experts to update your skincare routines
from summer to fall.

1. For super-sensitive skin, moisturize with natural oil

According to experts, people with delicate skin with
conditions like psoriasis or eczema are likely to experience a stinging
sensation or skin become oversensitive for a few days throughout the change of
the seasons. As the temperature and humidity go down, the skin loses its
moisture due to the dry air. The best thing to do is to hydrate or swap your
moisturizer for something a little more hydrating and gentle to the skin -
natural oils.

Rosehip seed oil is a powerful skin nourisher rich in
essential fatty acids
, trans-retinoic acid, vitamins E, C, D, and beta
carotene. Studies show that it can help protect and hydrate the skin, fight
free radical damage, minimize premature aging and reduce wrinkles. The vitamins
and antioxidants that the rosehip oil contains can rejuvenate the skin to
restore its elasticity and prevent dark spots and minimize scar tissue, stretch
marks, wounds, burns, and eczema. Also, the rosehip seed oil is suitable for
all skin types, mature skin, sensitive skin, prematurely aged skin, and acne-prone
skin.
HoPE - Consistent Cleansing

2. Consistent Cleansing

It is a fundamental routine to clean your skin consistently,
to free it from accumulated dirt. Cleansing morning and night is a type of
routine that does not require to be reinvented. Due to dry air, the skin's
natural cell creates debris on the upper layers that need to be removed before
applying other products because it can alter the potency of future ingredients.
At the same time, the mechanical action of cleansing increases the blood flow
and helps the elimination of toxins, so you don’t have to rush it.

3. Rebuild your barrier with a thicker moisturizer

Exposure to heating and harsh winds can make the skin
unhappy. The best option for you is to rebuild your barrier. Look for ceramides
and lipids commonly found in moisturizers, as they can help renew and reinforce
a damaged skin barrier. It will buffer moisture loss and retain hydration. With
enough moisturizer, it creates a layer over the skin that stops the water from
escaping, so it protects your skin when the temperature drops.

4. Use Lip Moisturizer and Eye Creams

Make sure to add these two things to your skincare regimen,
especially during fall. Besides switching to a thicker moisturizer,
moisturizing your lips and skin around your eyes can help protect your skin
from the sudden change of the season.

5. Avoid Frequent Use Exfoliants and Retinoids

Minimize your use of exfoliants and retinoids during the
colder months. While warm temperatures can buffer the vexatious effects of
retinoids and exfoliants, cold winds do otherwise.

6. Continue Using Sunscreen

The biggest mistake one can make is not using SPF longer
than in the summertime. Although UV radiation is high in summer, it is still
present during other seasons. UV rays can damage the skin, so sunscreen is not
a product that you should swap. It must be used at all times to help decrease
the UV radiation that can accelerate and increase the risk of cancer. Experts
recommend sunscreen with a daily SPF 30 at least. A mineral-based SPF is
preferred for its lightness, breathability, ocean friendliness, and comfort of
use, which means it sits well under make-up.

7. Add Vitamin C to your routine

During colder months, taking vitamin C can help your skin
combat UV rays that are not entirely blocked by your sunscreen. It also
balances skin pigmentation that helps boost collagen production in your skin,
resulting in a brighter complexion.

8. Add a humidifier into the mix

Your regular skin care routine should include a humidifier.
Dermatologists suggest that you should invest in a humidifier during the autumn
and winter to increase hydration at home. A humidifier adds moisture to the air
allowing your skin to interface with it, which means the more moisture in the
air, the skin also gets moisturized.
Your regular skin care routine should include a humidifier.
Dermatologists suggest that you should invest in a humidifier during the autumn
and winter to increase hydration at home. A humidifier adds moisture to the air
allowing your skin to interface with it, which means the more moisture in the
air, the skin also gets moisturized.
Got any question? Write to us at hope@houseofpureessence.com. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more tips on using essential oils, beauty oils, and removing moulds all around your home.




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