Christina Kauffman Explains "Fall" Skin

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WELLESLEY, Mass. - Aug. 29, 2014 - PRLog -- When the days become shorter and the nights become colder, it’s important to know how to prepare your skin for the transition from summer to fall. Although we would like to think that we have protected our skin to the best of our ability during the sun filled months of summer, there may have still been a little bit of damage done. Take advantage of the end of the summer to prepare your skin for the cold and dry months ahead.

Don’t Throw Away the SPF Yet.

Sunscreen isn’t just for the summer, and should be worn year round. For more protections, look for makeup that already has SPF in it for extra protection. Just because the weather is becoming colder, doesn’t mean that the sun isn’t as harmful. Apply your SPF even on the most overcast days.

You Must Exfoliate.

Your skin may be rough and dull looking from an activity filled summer, but just applying moisturizer won’t be enough to rejuvenate your skin. Exfoliating regularly and making it a daily routine will remove the dead skin cells from the surface of your skin and leave your skin smoother and brighter. Try a scrub with ground coffee beans to help firm skin and remove cellulite!

Replenish Moisture.

As the air becomes dryer and the weather becomes colder, you may want to switch to a richer cream for your skin. It will also help to find a body wash that is moisture rich, as regular soap can dry out your skin. Switching to a moisturizing wash and a cream can help keep your skin looking smooth instead of cracked and weathered by the sun.

Don’t Forget Your Lips.

A long summer of heat can result in dry, cracked lips, and the cold, dry air of the fall can cause severe chapped lips as well. Invest in a nice lip balm that will keep your lips full of moisture and smooth. When it comes to this, you get what you pay for. Try some Burt’s Bees, and if that doesn’t do the trick, go for the medicated lip balm that has a thicker substance like Blistex or Carmex. You can also dab some Vaseline on your lips before bed to help moisturize overnight.

Eat Right.

Certain foods such as salmon, flaxseed, whole grains, veggies, fruits and nuts are all helpful in repairing and protecting your skin, as well as preventing further damage. These foods not only keep your skin as healthy as can be, but also improve your overall health in general.

Keep Your Tan.

Just because summer is ending, doesn’t mean that you have to say goodbye to your gorgeous glowing skin. At Blush, we can give you a lighter spray tan to accommodate the changing season, while maintaining a healthy glow. Our organic, sunless tanning will provide you with the perfect skin during the transition from summer to fall.

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Alyssa LaManna
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