6 Tips to Transition Your Skin to Fall

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  • tips-for-skin-fall-300x199Load up on fall vegetables like pumpkin and squashes, which are packed with beta-carotene. These antioxidants fend off oxidative damage from pollution to keep your skin healthy and glowing.
  • Take advantage of these less sunny months to visit your dermatologist. Reverse photodamage accumulated throughout the year with in-office procedures like chemical peels and Intense Pulsed Light for more even skin tone and radiance.
  • Keep your hands and feet baby soft without dry cracking skin throughout the winter by mixing up a DIY balm made with Shea Butter, Olive oil, and a few drops of peppermint essential oil. Too lazy to DIY? Keep Revision’s Lumaquin Hand Cream on your nightstand to revitalize dull thin skin on the hands.
  • Consider adding an Essence to your skin regimen. Essences like Tata Harper’s Hydrating Floral Essence soften, lightly moisturize and calm the skin with hyaluronic acid and lavender extract, and can be sprayed on throughout the day to keep your skin fresh and dewy all day.
  • Incorporate a product rich in Hyaluronic Acid, which is a naturally found sugar “filler” in the skin that attracts water and brings plumpness and glow.TeoxaneWSyringe Teoxane’s RHA Serum Fundamental Revitalizing Concentrate delivers brighter, dewy skin making your party season ready all the time.
  • Don’t skip the SPF just because it’s less sunny out! The far majority of UV rays penetrate to your skin despite more gloomy weather. Add one to your regimen like SkinMedica’s Total Defense and Repair that also has anti-oxidants to provide a double punch to aging skin rays.