1. Moisturize your skin everyday. The air is becoming dry and cold and it’s sucking the moisture out of everything, including your skin. Be sure to apply lotion or oil to your skin immediately after you shower and throughout the day when it’s needed.
2. Adjust your regime based on how your skin changes. to how it was in the summer months to the fall months. That may mean less exfoliating or more moisturizing for some and for other people that may mean using heavier creams or lighter lotions.
3. Do not neglect the sunscreen. Just because it isn’t warm doesn’t mean the sun can’t damage your skin. Be sure to keep your face protected, as it will be the most exposed area of your body this season.
4. Opt for body wash instead of soap, as soap strips your skin and leaves it dry.
5. Use lip balm, as your lips aren’t exempt from the cooler temperatures and will dry out and crack if they aren’t properly moisturized.