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December 23, 2022
Fall, ah! It's difficult to choose a favorite hallmark of the season, the crisp air, Thanksgiving, Halloween, or the satisfying crunch of stepping on a leaf. These pros are almost — but not quite — enough to pardon a major con of transitioning from summer to fall weather: the chances of a seasonal acne breakout.
When we go from warm to cool seasons, fall acne, like pumpkin pie, becomes a typical occurrence. This is why the required steps must be taken to protect the skin against acne at the first indication of a yellowed leaf.
So how does the skin react to fall weather?
We all heave a sigh of relief as we change from summer to fall and become human burritos wrapped in our coziest blankets. The skin must adapt to the changing conditions brought on by the altered weather as a result of this change in temperature and humidity.
Low humidity and lower temperatures typically offer the body much less hydration from the atmosphere to deal with. This increases the likelihood of skin irritation, dehydration, and sensitivity.
How can I avoid having fall acne during my favorite season?
As we now understand, seasonal acne is mostly brought on by the lower temperatures and increased humidity that fall brings.
To avoid spending precious snuggle time instead caring for a breakout, it is important to observe these tips when transitioning skincare from summer to fall:
Never scrimp on moisturizer is the one piece of advice for fall skin care that everyone should heed. Fall's lower temperatures stretch the skin to its limit, leaving it more vulnerable to flakiness and acne. Moisturizer should be a crucial component of your skincare routine if you want to avoid seasonal acne.
However, when choosing the best product for your face, be sure to look closely at the ingredient list. You're best off choosing products that have components that function as "moisturizers" and "hydrators" to prevent acne from returning in the fall such as Arvelons Nourishing Moisturizer. This moisture-rich cream is enriched with natural skin-friendly oils and hyaluronic acid to help strengthen the skin’s barrier and drench your complexion in plumped hydration and luscious moisture.
Dehydrated skin makes for the ideal environment for acne to grow. This is due to the fact that dry skin produces more sebum to make up for the moisture loss. As previously mentioned, this oil retains pollutants caught in the pores as well as dead skin cells.
You can't go wrong with drinking plain old water to moisturize the skin. 8 is the key number when it comes to meeting your daily intake goals. It's not just how many glasses of water you need to drink; it's also maybe how many reminders you need!
Sunscreen is a prerequisite for promoting skin health during the fall and is a component of any day's, month's, or season's skincare regimen.
Be sure to use sunscreen every day because UV rays like to show up in any conditions. This will significantly reduce the likelihood of acne scars developing or deepening.
A simple way to prevent fall acne from becoming a concern at the end of the year is to wash your face regularly to remove excess oil, dirt, and sweat. The Nourishing Cleanser is here to do just that. Featuring two types of essential ceramides to restore the skin’s barrier and hydrating soybean extracts, this non-comedogenic cleanser is an effective yet non-irritating way to start off any skincare regimen for normal to dry skin.
However, since the fall weather is so chilly and harsh, it would be ideal for your skin if you limited your wash sessions to no more than two.
However, if a zit does manage to find its way to your face throughout the fall, don't worry. There are skin friendly and highly nourishing ingredients all packed into the Arvelons Anti-Smog Pack to not only protect your skin against the harshness of winters but also smog-proof your skin.
Ingredients that combat acne are concentrated in the products in this pack. With the right amount of love and care, your smooth, blemish-free face will have you giving all the thanks, come thanksgiving.
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