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  • Writer's pictureDr. Yelena Deshko

Fall Skincare Tips for a Glowing, Youthful Look

Fall skincare is essential because it allows you to adapt to changing environmental conditions, maintain skin health, and prepare your skin for the challenges of the upcoming winter season. Our Fall skincare tips are designed to help you adjust your skincare routine using appropriate lifestyle changes and products. The goal is to help your skin stay clear and glowing by staying hydrated, protected, and looking its best all throughout the Fall and beyond.

Our Top 10 Skincare Recommendations for the Fall:

  1. Switch to a Cream or Oil-Based Cleanser: If you've been using a gel cleanser during the summer, consider switching to a cream or oil-based cleanser this Fall. These cleansers can be more hydrating and less drying.

  2. Weekly Sheet Masks: Treat yourself to hydrating sheet masks once a week. They can provide an extra boost of moisture and nourishment with the dry Autumn air. Natural sheet masks can provide a hydrating and nourishing skincare treatment without the use of synthetic or harsh chemicals. Here’s an example of some natural ingredients and DIY sheet mask options:

    1. Aloe Vera Sheet Mask: Aloe vera is known for its soothing and hydrating properties. You can make a DIY aloe vera sheet mask by cutting a piece of aloe vera leaf and applying the gel directly to a clean cotton sheet mask. Leave it on for 15-20 minutes, then remove.

    2. Cucumber Sheet Mask: Cucumber is hydrating and can help soothe irritated skin. Blend a cucumber and strain the juice. Soak a clean cotton sheet mask in the cucumber juice and apply it to your face for 15-20 minutes.

  3. Exfoliating Facial: As your skin may become drier, it's essential to exfoliate to remove dead skin cells and promote cell turnover. A great way to do this is with a natural exfoliating facial, such as the award-winning Diamond Glow Microdermabrasion.

  4. Use Hydrating Oils: Cooler temperatures and lower humidity can lead to drier skin. Consider using a heavier, more hydrating oils for your skin, such as:

    1. Shea Butter: Shea butter is a creamy, natural fat derived from the nuts of the shea tree. It's highly moisturizing and contains vitamins A and E, which help improve skin elasticity and hydration.

    2. Cocoa Butter: Cocoa butter is another natural fat that's excellent for moisturizing dry skin. It has a rich, chocolatey scent and is often used in body butters and lotions.

    3. Jojoba Oil: Jojoba oil closely resembles the skin's natural sebum, making it an excellent choice for all skin types. It's easily absorbed and can help balance oil production in the skin.

    4. Almond Oil: Almond oil is light and moisturizing, making it suitable for both the face and body. It's rich in vitamin E, which can help improve skin health.

  5. Refresh with a Natural Chemical Peel: Treat your skin to the ultimate renewal treatment. Our skin-brightening chemical peels provide deeper exfoliation than medical facials – affecting both your dermis and epidermis – and don’t have lengthy downtimes. Chemical peels help clear your skin of:

    1. Fine lines and wrinkles

    2. Pigmentation

    3. Melasma

    4. Acne+ Scars

    5. Uneven Texture

  6. Keep Your Lips Moisturized: Cooler weather can lead to dry and chapped lips. Use a good-quality lip balm to keep your lips moisturized and protected.

  7. Opt for Lukewarm Water Over Hot Water: While a hot shower or bath can be tempting in the colder months, hot water can strip your skin of its natural oils. Opt for lukewarm water when washing your face and body.

  8. Moisturize with a Humidifier: If you live in a particularly dry climate, using a humidifier in your home can help maintain healthy moisture levels in your skin.

  9. Make Sure You’re Getting The Right Nutrients: Incorporate foods rich in antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamins into your diet. These nutrients can help support healthy skin from the inside out. For a powerful dose of nutrients that will show immediate results on your skin, try our Hair, Skin and Nails IV drip.

  10. Stay Hydrated from Within: Don't forget to drink plenty of water. Hydration from the inside is just as important as external moisturizing.

Consult with Our Skincare Professionals for Specific Concerns:

Remember that everyone's skin is different, so it's essential to pay attention to how your skin reacts to changes in your routine and adjust as needed. Fall skincare is all about maintaining moisture and protecting your skin from environmental stressors as the weather gets cooler.

If you have specific skin concerns or conditions, get a free consultation with one of our skincare specialists. We can provide personalized recommendations and treatments tailored to your needs. Our clinic is equipped with some of the most cutting-edge anti-aging, holistic aesthetic treatments, and we’d be happy to find you the right one.

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