As the seasons change, so should your skincare routine. The transition from summer to fall means less humidity and cooler temperatures; so what should you do to keep your skincare game on point? What needs to change from the days of summer? Here’s a list of changes you should be making.
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Moisturize, Moisturize, Moisturize
Drier air means drier skin, this is a result of less humidity in the air, which can strip the natural moisture from your skin. It’s important to keep a steady regimen of moisturizing in your routine. This should keep your face from drying and flaking in the crisper air.
Less Exfoliating in Your Skincare Routine
Because there’s less humidity in the air, you’ll find your skin needs to be exfoliated less often. Your skin will naturally be drier and your pores will be less clogged by dirt and oil. Cutting exfoliating back in your skincare routine to just once per week should be more than enough.
Switch To A Mild Natural Soap
Harsher soaps can leave a film on your face that can clog your pores and cause acne. Your skincare routine should include washing your face twice daily with a mild soap for men.