As you start to confine your summer outfits to the back of the wardrobe and begin to rifle through the fashion magazines to find out what’s hot and what’s not this season, there’s another important thing which you need to start thinking about- your skin care regime.
During the summer months, sun protection takes up a large proportion of most people’s skin care efforts, and whilst you still need to ensure that your skin is protected from the sun’s rays during the autumn, there are also other factors which need to be taken into consideration.
Once the autumn is in full swing, skin can start to feel a little on the dry side. Increasingly bitter climatic conditions are key contributors in making skin feel dehydrated, although investing in a more intensive moisturiser can help to keep dryness at arms length.
Colder weather and strong winds can also leave skin looking a little red, although you can counteract this through the use of a soothing boosting product.