How to Care for Your Skin This Fall
As the seasons change, we pull out our box of winter clothes, turn up the heat, and fire up the fireplace. One thing that we don’t often consider, however, is our skin care routine. As we transition from warm air that is full of moisture to cold dry air, our skin requires a different routine in order to look its best. Here are some tips for taking care of your skin this fall season.
1. Use a cool-mist humidifier
Keeping your skin hydrated is important as it will stay soft and supple. As your furnace puts out heat, the dry air will deplete your skin of moisture and cause it to become dry and crack. By using a cool-mist humidifier, you put that moisture back into the air.
2. Use lukewarm water instead of hot water
Hot water can dry out your skin, so use lukewarm water and give your skin a break. Extremely hot water can also make skin conditions like rosacea flare.
3. Exfoliate your skin only one or two times a week
Exfoliation, while beneficial, can be hard on the skin. If it’s dry or struggling to retain moisture, then reduce how many times you exfoliate.
4. Stay hydrated
Sometimes we think that we only need to drink lots of water when it is hot outside. By drinking lots of water during the colder months, we help our skin stay moisturized from within. It’s also just plain good for you!
5. Use a hydrating body wash
While you’re in the shower using lukewarm water, replenish lost moisture with Spadané™ Hydrating Body Wash. It’s free of fillers and dyes, and works to gently clean your skin without being harsh and drying.
6. Use a body lotion that hydrates
Speaking of hydration, you can aid the cause by using a lotion that helps your skin retain moisture. Spadané™ Skin Renewing Lotion uses urea to absorb and retain moisture deep down in your skin. This helps prevent cracks and wrinkles and makes your skin soft and supple.