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Transitioning from Summer to Autumn Skincare

Transitioning from Summer to Autumn can bring about changes in your skin’s needs. The drier air in autumn may require adjustments to your skincare routine to maintain healthy and hydrated skin.

In Our Spa Salon we can help you maintain your skin routine and help to extra hydrate your skin to support the youth look of your skin. Our esthetitian will examine the condition of your skin and suggest the best plan for getting it to the right condition. It might be a combination of few facials as Hydrofacial, Them-Age and Oxygen facial during the same treatment.

Autumn skincare routine at home is very important! Here’s a suggested autumn skincare routine:

Morning Routine:

  1. Cleanser: Start your morning routine with a gentle cleanser to remove any impurities that may have built up overnight. Use a cleanser that is suitable for your skin type (e.g., foaming cleanser for oily skin, cream cleanser for dry skin).
  2. Toner: Apply a hydrating and alcohol-free toner to balance your skin’s pH levels and prepare it for subsequent products. Look for toners with ingredients like hyaluronic acid or glycerin.
  3. Serum: Consider using a hydrating serum with ingredients like hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, or niacinamide to boost moisture and protect against environmental damage.
  4. Moisturizer: Use a richer moisturizer than you might have used in the summer to provide extra hydration. Look for products with ceramides, fatty acids, or shea butter to lock in moisture.
  5. Sunscreen: Even in autumn, UV rays can still harm your skin. Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 30 to protect your skin from sun damage.

Evening Routine:

  1. Makeup Remover/Cleansing Oil: If you wear makeup, start by removing it with a gentle makeup remover or cleansing oil.
  2. Cleanser: Follow up with your regular cleanser to thoroughly cleanse your skin and remove any remaining makeup and impurities.
  3. Exfoliation (1-2 times a week): Use a mild exfoliant like a chemical exfoliator with AHA or BHA to help remove dead skin cells and promote cell turnover. Over-exfoliation can be damaging, so be cautious not to do it too frequently.
  4. Toner: Apply your hydrating toner to rebalance your skin after cleansing.
  5. Serum: Continue using a hydrating or targeted serum for your specific skin concerns.
  6. Eye Cream: If you use an eye cream, apply it to the under-eye area to address concerns like dark circles or puffiness.
  7. Night Cream: Use a thicker night cream or moisturizer to provide your skin with extra hydration and repair overnight.

Weekly Treatments (1-2 times a week):

  1. Face Mask: Consider using a hydrating or nourishing face mask to give your skin an extra boost of moisture. Look for ingredients like hyaluronic acid, aloe vera, or honey.
  2. Hydrating Overnight Mask: Use an overnight mask or sleeping mask to deeply hydrate your skin while you sleep.

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