Fall Skin Care Tips.

When season changes, so should your skin care routine. Shifts in weather - both hot and cold - can irritate your skin and if you already have skin issues, those conditions can get worse and or cause new ones to surface. Fall weather can be unpredictable but it is less harsh than winter.

Generally, Fall starts out pleasant, giving us more time to do outdoor things, and then here comes the cold. This cold weather combined with us turning on central heating - draws moisture for the air and from our skin. These temperature changes don't just require us to bust our with our favorite hoodie and scarf; they also require some new skin care practices.

The steps you take during Fall to protect and moisturize your skin will help prepare your skin for these cold winter months.

Learn how to enjoy Fall season while protecting your skin with the Fall skin care tips:

#1 Avoid Long Hot Showers and soaks in the tub

Now I know what your going to say..."That's the only way I take my showers and baths!" Listen, as a person who was part of the Hot Water Committee, I realized that it can do more harm than good to your skin. The cooler the temperature, your skin typically becomes drier, causing it to become cracked and itchy.

#2 Use a Moisturizer Daily

Using a daily moisturizer will help your skin maintain it's natural moisture. Even if you don't suffer from dry skin, you still should apply a daily moisturizer hydrate & soothe your skin. Oil based moisturizers are generally better at helping your skin retain moisture.

#3 Use a mild soap

Having dry & flaky skin will ultimately lead to excessive dead skin cells that can clog your skin pores and cause acne to develop or worsen. Make sure to wash your skin with a mild soap that won't further dry your skin.


Sun damage is year-round and it doesn't matter if your "melantated" or not, you should wear it! Damaging UR Rays are one of the major causes of skin cancer and premature aging. Sunscreen should be worn whether it's hot or cold outside. Check out Black Girl Sunscreen.

#5 Use a humidifier

Not only does the temperature change during the autumn months, but so does the temperature inside our homes. When you turn the hear on in your home for the first time, it draws humidity from the inside air and from the surface of your skin. Humidifiers work to add moisture back to both.

#6 Exfoliate

Exfoliating will remove dead skin cells that can form a barrier that makes it more difficult to moisturize your skin. Regularly using an exfoliant , your skin will look more vibrant, radiant and also allow you to moisturize your skin effectively.

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