The autumn days are drawing upon us, and winter is getting closer. Now the sunshine is going, we need to start thinking about how we are going to look after our skin and keep it looking stunning throughout the autumn months.
Indoors our skin is exposed to artificial heating, we spend more time indoors than out now the weather is changing, which can have a negative effect on our skin. Due to this we need to look after our skin and find the right way to look after it now the season is changing.
Follow our essential tips below to keep your skin radiant and glowing. You can also visit our website to view a range of different products we have to get you ready for the cooler months.
Moisturising is important all year round, but in the colder months our central heating can dry our skin out a little more than usual, so make sure you are doubling up on your moisturising stage during your skincare routine. You should be looking to switch to a thicker moisturiser in the morning to create a barrier that will help protect the skin throughout the day and at night you can use a lighter moisturiser to restore and lock in hydration.
Great skin starts from within. It may feel colder, but as we are layering up more to keep warm, we lose plenty of water during the day, while it may not feel like we need to drink much. Getting plenty of fluids into the body can allow healthier skin which is hydrated. This helps reduce spot appearance and older looking skin, which instead is radiant and glowing. Just how we love it.
Your skin is at risk of drying out and getting dull now autumn is here, so use an exfoliator to regularly remove dead skin cells from your skin to keep it looking and feeling fresh.
Sheet mask- treat yourself!
Break out the sheet mask and treat yourself. You may have even saved one you purchased a few months ago for the right time. Autumn is definitely the right time to get your sheet mask out and apply it. Masks are a great way to boost moisture to the skin, plus as the evenings get darker quicker you can treat yourself to some cosy luxury time.
SPF is still important
Suncream may be last on your mind, but the sun can age your skin all year round, which is why you should not be putting the SPF away. UVA causes skin damage even through thick cloud, which is why it is important to include SPF in your morning routine every day before leaving the house.