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How To Update Your Beauty Routine For Fall

Slowly but surely the colder weather here in the Lowcountry is creeping upon us, and what better way to keep up with the changing weather than to update your changing skin!

Just like you would update your closet for the changing seasons, updating your skin and beauty routine is also a necessity for keeping up with the fall and winter weather.

Here are some of our favorite tips and tricks to helping you keep up with mother nature!

   1.     Change Up Your Moisturizer

Even if you have already oily prone skin, the biting wind and brisk temperatures can cause dryness in places you didn't even know existed. On the other hand, if you have naturally dry skin..brace yourself. Not only is the cold weather outside going to dry up your skin, but the central indoor heating can also cause major issues.

Our tip: Change up your moisturizer for a heavier option, with hydrating ingredients to boost moisture for an all around healthy and hydrated feel. Even if you already use a moisturizer, add another. It sounds scary but it is what is going to sustain your skin through the colder months ahead.

Other types of moisturizer to include: Serums, Sleeping masks, Toners, Sheet masks

Kiehls Facial Cream

                  {Photo via KIEHL'S} .                                             

                     {Photo via LANEIGE}


    2.    Don’t Lose That Sunshine Just Yet

Not only is Vitamin D good for keeping healthy hair and a nice glow to your skin, it also is a mood stabilizer for seasonal affective disorder.

Our tip: To combat this lack of sunshine in the fall and winter months, try adding Vitamin D supplements to your everyday routine. Not only will this keep your hair and skin at their summer-like glow, it will also keep your mood and spirit stuck in the warmer months.


                           {Photo via HUM}


    3.    Experiment With Reds, Oranges, and Browns

What better way to really get into the fall and winter spirit than to wear the colors that are all around you

Our tip:  Adding hues of red, brown, and orange to your eyes, lips, and cheeks is a great way to get nestled into the holiday season.

Fall Makeup

                   {Photo via Cyndi Spviey}


    4.    Exfoliate

One of the most important things you can do for your skin in the colder months is to continually exfoliate. Not only is this good for you skin, it is helpful when you are trying to apply the heavier foundations and moisturizers to your face. If there is dry and dead skin still left on those areas, it can take up your entire day trying to even out the splotchy-ness and dust away dry flakes.

Our tip: Try a gentle glycolic acid solution or an at home peel. Both of these will help keep the flakes at bay and give your skin the rejuvenated feel it needs.


The Ordinary Peel

          {Photo via The Ordinary}                                            

Sephora Peel

                      {Photo via Sephora}


Remember that your skin is everything, and taking care of something so precious takes time and proper care.