Autumn Skincare Tips

Autumn Skincare Tips

When seasons change, it can have a dramatic effect on your skin. Extreme shifts in weather — both hot and cold — can irritate your skin, making existing skin conditions worse and causing new ones to surface. As temperatures change with the seasons, so should our skincare products and everyday habits.

So, how should you go about skincare in the fall? 

1. How to keep your skin hydrated / H20

The inside-out approach. Drinking loads of water is the the first step in hydrating from within on a cellular level. Your skin will thank you. Our go-to is Boxed Water a sustainable water company who is also obsessed with the planet. Use a moisturizer daily. Fall weather is generally less humid than the summer, which can strip the natural moisture from your skin.  Using a daily moisturizer that is more nourishing than what you use during summer months can help hydrate and soothe dry skin. Oil-based moisturizers are generally better at helping your skin retain moisture than water-based products. Try our LOVEBUZZ to lock in moisture and even skin. Smells great too.  


 2. How to avoid cracked lips? 

Try not to lick your lips. Again, Tip 1 -Drink plenty of water, take vitamins and apply a natural use lip balm with moisturizing effects.  We suggest using Organic Bare Lip Balm because it is package free. #ecofriendly 


3.)  Use a mild soap. 

Dry, flaky skin can ultimately lead to an excess of dead skin cells that can clog your pores and cause acne to develop or worsen. Sometimes, the use of thicker, more intense moisturizers and lotions can also contribute to acne. Make sure to wash your face twice a day with a mild soap that won’t further dry your skin. We love No Green an all natural mild liquid soap from CORPUS. 


 4. Avoid long, hot showers and soaks in the tub.

As cooler temperatures roll in, skin typically becomes drier, causing it to become red, cracked and itchy. Skin conditions such as eczema can also intensify in cooler, dry weather. Avoid long periods of time in hot baths and showers, which can dry out your skin and cause more redness and cracking. Bathe in lukewarm water instead with a hydrating bath soak, we are soaking up Milk & Honey's Bath soak No 8. Don't forget to and moisturize immediately afterward to help seal in moisture.

 5. Time outdoors? Dress for the elements & Use a Dual-Action, Multi-tasking skin saver. 

As the weather becomes colder, long sleeves, scarves, and gloves can help protect your skin from drying elements. Use a moisturizing body oil to nourish your skin and protect you from mosquito bites while outdoors during those beautiful autumn days.  The BUZZ Body Glaze is a dual-action body oil that moisturizes your skin and creates a natural insect repellent barrier. 

Share with us your top Fall skin savers. 

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