As summer turns into fall, there are many changes that not only happen to the weather but to our skin as well. Some people have a skin care routine that they use all year round regardless of the season. However, it’s a good idea to change it up from time to time to account for seasonal changes that may be affecting your skin. If you find that your skin care routine is more effective during some parts of the year but not others, you may want to adjust it based on the weather. Continue reading to learn more about how seasonal changes affect your skin and how you can adjust your skincare routine.
Fall is a time of change. The leaves turn different colors, the weather begins to cool down, and people get into the holiday spirit. But with a change in weather also comes a change in our skin. Our skin reacts to weather differently, sometimes for the good and sometimes for the worse. During the frigid temperatures of fall and winter, when the air is often dry, our skin can be robbed of vital moisture and nutrients. Some skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis can flare up during the winter months, causing excess dryness and irritation. Luckily, there are ways you can prepare for the coming cold season and routines you can follow to help combat dry skin.