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Fall is Here

Fall is Here

I think it’s safe to say that the vast majority of us adore the fall and everything that comes with it: sweaters, fairs, pumpkin patches, and pumpkin flavored everything. While those things are all wonderful, something we’re not prepared for, is how the change in weather can affect our skin.

The biggest factors that affect our skin is exposure to sunlight, and cold weather. No matter what season it is, no matter how cold it may be, it’s very important to apply SPF to protect your skin from harmful UV Rays. UV Rays are all around no matter what season or how cloudy, and the damage it causes could lead to premature wrinkles and in serious cases skin cancer.

As the weather cools, the air loses its humidity, and you can lose the moisture in your skin. Many people experience dry skin, lips, hands, and feet. It’s very important to make sure that your in-taking a proper amount of water to keep yourself hydrated and use moisturizers to nourish your skin and maintain your summer glow.

Because your skin is losing moisture, your oil production is off balance, and that can lead to acne. One of the best ways to help your skin through this change is to use a cleansing oil. Using cleansing oils is a gentle way to cleanse your face, hydrate your skin, and even help treat acne. If you have oily skin, it can even help to balance your oil production- which I know sound counter intuitive, but I could guarantee you would see a change in your skin. A natural cleansing oil would be the most beneficial to your skin, the Celestite + Grapefruit Cleansing Oil from 2ND KIND minimize the above symptoms and has many other perks such as: lightening acne scars & dark spots and reduce the frequency of future acne spots.

Be KIND to your skin in these upcoming seasons!
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    Kristin Zaldana

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