4 Tips to Transition Your Skincare Routine from Summer to Fall
September 27, 2021

4 Tips to Transition Your Skincare Routine from Summer to Fall

As summer draws to a close, so does your tanning routine at the beach or on the patio. The summer heat can leave the skin with several problems, such as dehydration, breakouts, and hyperpigmentation. To preserve healthy and beautiful skin, it is necessary to transition your skincare routine from summer to fall.

Not to worry, Cirem has the solution to your problems covered. Literally— You’ll have no trouble transitioning from summer to fall with our selection of specialty skincare products and these four hot tips!

Hydrate

The summer weather can leave the skin dehydrated. Fixing this issue is as easy as it sounds—drink water, water, and more water! If the weather is particularly cold, drink warm herbal tea instead. It is also full of collagen, which is one of the keys to healthy hair, nails, and skin. Bone broth also contains a large amount of collagen.

For the best results and skincare, we highly recommend our dermatologist-approved and clinically tested Essential Hydration Kit, a triple threat for dehydrated skin. Our products rapidly absorb so that it instantly provides hydration and has 24-hour lasting moisturization.

Exfoliate

More breakouts occur during the fall season. This is because the oil flow of the skin that results from the summer temperature and climate conditions combines with the cooler temperature and climate conditions of the fall, which creates a buildup of dead skin cells. Consequently, oil and bacteria accumulate beneath the surface of the skin to cause breakouts. Topical exfoliation can improve skin quality and decrease dry and flaky skin. Exfoliation combats this by shedding the dead skin cells from the outer layer of the skin. Citrus peels can be made into a homemade body scrub to exfoliate your skin. Dry brushing is another effective exfoliating method. It derives from an Ayurvedic practice in which a wet stiff-bristled brush penetrates deeper into the skin. Additionally, it improves circulation and supports the function of the lymphatic system.

Incorporating Vitamin C

Vitamin C helps fight SPF rays that aren’t entirely shielded by regular sunscreen during the cool autumn and winter weather. It balances skin pigmentation and promotes collagen growth. As a result, it produces a healthier and better-looking skin complexion. Other benefits of Vitamin C include:

  • Healing minor wounds
  • Repairing damaged skin
  • Reducing the prominence of existing lines and wrinkles
  • Removing or reducing dark splotches or areas on the skin
  • Slowing aging

Take Cooler Showers or Baths

Taking cooler showers or baths can significantly reduce or prevent skin conditions caused by stress or anxiety. Cool water constricts blood vessels, which means the lack of heat closes your pores for a short period. Over time, cool showers produce healthy glowing skin and make it unlikely for breakouts to occur because the cool water dries your tightened pores and removes natural oils from your skin. Cool showers and baths have been correlated with anti-aging, such as preventing and reducing wrinkles.