Autumn is a time of transition,and the best autumn skin care routines will correct any damage that has occured during the summer and prepare your skin for winter.
1: Slough off the dead cell accumulation from sunscreen
Treat yourself to at least few good facials and full body exfoliation to start the season polished andneed exfoliation year-round to keep your glow of the outer layer of the skin like a piece of glass that needs regular polishing in order to glister… The more dead skin cells that sit on top of your skin, the less luminous you is the time of year that you can commit to invasive facial treatments such as chemical peels, microdermabrasion and laser skin resurfacing.
At home try Dr.Dennis Gross’s “Alpha-Beta peel”. A two step anti-aging peel that reduce fine lines, enlarged pores, fight blemishes and helps reduce sun spots. Combination of 5 Alpha Beta Hydroxy acid, Retinol, Ubiquinone, Resveratol and vitamins will eliminate dullness and improve skin tone by using microexfoliation to stimulate cell turnover.
2: Make the switch
As the month get cooler, your skin needs more moisture than it did in previousweather and heating system will make your skin’s protection barrier cracks, making it less able to repair itself. If your skin is uncomfortably dry, avoid using harsh peels, masks and alcohol-based toners.
At home try Chantecaille’s “Pure Rose water”. It’s the great hydrating toner for all skinpurest organic extract of the entire Rose de Mai,99.9%organic. Anti bacterial,Anti-oxidant and exceptionally healing. Try to wash your face with mild forming cleanser or milky cleanser, use hydration-boosting products such as Skin Ceutical’s “Hydrating B5″. It contains Hyaluronic acid and Vitamin B5.
3: Take a lukewarm bath
A lukewarm bath with oatmeal,milk or baking soda, can help relieve skin that is so dry it has become itchy. Cleopatra used to bathe in milk because of the Lactic acid. Incredibly moisturizing and also works as a powerful exfoliant.
4: Supplements and Food
Make sure you are taking the right supplements to ensure you are getting all vitamins and nutrients your bodyshould eat your water by consuming lots of raw fruit and vegetables.
According to Dr.Howard Murad, “During the winter ,look out for foods such as cold water fish,ground flax seeds,walnuts,goji berries and eggs. These foods are great at flooding your cells with water and keeping cells strong so they can contain the water,keeping you hydrated and healthy for longer.”