3 Easy Tips for Transitioning your Skin Care Routine During Fall
As you may have noticed, the leaves have changed and we are officially in the season-Fall. Therefore, I would like to assist you in keeping your skin looking flawless without interruption by the seasons. These 3 tips should help you make a smooth skincare transition:
1. Invest in the Proper Cleanser.
Cleansers do not come in One Size Fits All (seasons). People like to tell you they do, especially if you are purchasing over the counter (OTC) products. That’s how those OTC manufacturers make their money. You may have heard me say this… the thing about professional skincare products is that they have smaller molecules so they’re better able to penetrate the skin and give you the best results.
The reason you come to a professional like me, is so we can give you a facial and determine your skin type; therefore, you should be seeing an aesthetician at least once every season. You’ll need a facial for all four seasons: Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer. Your skin will not always stay the same; it will change with the weather. Unfortunately, if you invest in the wrong products for your skin type, it will throw your pH levels off and it will take a professional longer to get them back in balance.
2. Exfoliate, Exfoliate, Exfoliate
Remember, we are currently in the season of Fall and we are headed into the winter season, so your skin will get dryer and the skin cells will build-up. This is when you will want to exfoliate. You may exfoliate daily as long as you vary your exfoliants by using a light enzyme, a light acid, and a light manual scrub. If you don’t know what I am talking about or you are not familiar with these terms, please either leave comments or contact us directly.
Side note: For those who are pregnant – since the skin is sensitive and even more-so with a little one inside you – you will want to exfoliate with brown sugar.
Moisturize with the proper moisturizer. If you have oily skin – please do not use an oil-based moisturizer. Make sure you get a moisturizer that has a water base. If you have dry skin, use a more emollient moisturizer. However, if you don’t know your skin type, contact us at the Day Spa and we will answer your questions and take care of your needs.
For more information, help with determining your skin type, and/or assistance buying the proper skin care products, please feel free to leave a comment. You may also contact us by phone at (615) 884 – 6744 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
REMINDER: We offer courses once every 3 months – that teach you how to handle issues such as Rosacea, Eczema, and Hyperpigmentation, so please look at our events page on our Facebook and follow us on Instagram for upcoming classes and seminars.
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