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How To Transition Your Skin Care Routine From Summer to Fall


With temps starting to cool (hello, sweater weather), now is the perfect time to refresh your skincare routine for fall. Just as you would switch out your wardrobe essentials from season to season, you should also be updating your beauty routine to go along with it. Remember: Weather changes mean your skin will also have different needs. 

Not sure where to start? No worries! Below, we share several ways to help you get your skin ready for those PSL (pumpkin spice latte) selfies. 

Use a Hydrating Cleanser
Start quenching your skin at the very first step. A gentle, hydrating formula is ideal for fall weather. You want to look for a formula that delicately removes dirt but won't strip your skin of its natural oils. We recommend trying the Isa Knox LXNEW Clean Nourishing Cream Cleanser, a luxurious-feeling cream cleanser that will leave your complexion feeling refreshed and hydrated. 

Opt for a Thicker Moisturizer 
Light gel formulas are great for the summertime—especially if you have oily skin—but when searching for a fall moisturizer, you'll want to start looking into richer, creamier formulas that will last longer. We recommend trying The Face Shop Calendula Essential Moisture Cream, formulated with a skin-soothing herb complex, moisturizing calendula extract, and hyaluronic acid. 

Body Lotion Is Your Best Friend
With less humidity in the air, your skin may start to feel dry and itchy. Avoid any discomfort by moisturizing your skin from head to toe before stepping out. We recommend trying the Moisture Therapy Bonus-Size Daily Skin Defense Body Lotion. Infused with vitamins A, C, E, and B5, this lightweight, non-greasy formula delivers 24-hour moisturization.

Don't Forget the SPF
Just because your beach days are over doesn't mean you should skip out on SPF. Sun protection is needed all year round. To simplify things, we recommend trying our best-selling Anew Ultimate Multi-Performance Day Cream SPF 25: an anti-aging moisturizer and SPF all in one!

Keep Lip Balm Handy
Don't wait until winter to show your lips some TLC. Reapply a moisturizing lip balm a few times daily to keep your lips soft and smooth. Try the Isa Knox LXNEW Ultimate Rejuvenating Tinted Lip Balm for long-lasting hydrating and a hint of color.


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