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Fall Skincare Routine


I’m a bit of a skincare fanatic, and I’ll admit that some people may think it’s a little excessive. However, I’ve always felt that the right skincare routine is an integral part of looking and feeling your best. Fall is the perfect time to start thinking about your skin care regimen. Because cooler weather can be hard on your skin. With this in mind, here are my favorite products for creating a luxurious fall skincare routine:

Prep your skin

To prep, your skin for the season, make sure that it’s clean and free of impurities. Avoid harsh exfoliation and use a gentle cleanser instead. For example, this cleanser from Fenty Beauty is a great option for all skin types because it removes dirt while keeping moisture in your pores. Use this in combination with [other product] to tone down any redness or irritation on your face!

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exfoliating is one of the best ways to reveal brighter, clearer skin. It removes dead skin cells and helps prevent blackheads and breakouts by clearing clogged pores. It’s best to exfoliate once a week since your skin can be damaged if you overdo it. Which is surprisingly easy to do. There are many different types of exfoliants available, so find one that works for you! If you have sensitive skin, try using a gentle exfoliant like a loofah sponge or an enzyme peel kit.

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Spot treat

You can also spot and treat blemishes, which is especially helpful if you have stubborn or persistent acne. If you have large pimples, using an at-home treatment is likely to be more effective than antibiotics prescribed by your doctor.

A salicylic acid or glycolic acid cleanser will help unclog your pores. And a benzoyl peroxide spot treatment will kill bacteria and dry out the blemish. The trick is to apply it only on the affected area. Not all over your face—and rinse it off after 5 minutes.

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Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. Your skin needs to be hydrated at all times of the year, but it’s especially important this time of year. Moisturizing is one of the best things you can do for your skin. No matter what age or gender you are—and it’s especially important in autumn and winter because dry air can make your face feel tight and irritated. Start by applying a moisturizer daily after cleansing and toning your face. Moisturizers should be applied in a thin layer that covers the whole face (not just dry patches), so don’t apply too much product!


Cleansing your skin is the most important step in any skincare routine, and it’s also the most important step to take care of your skin. Your face is the first thing people see when they look at you—so it’s important to make sure that it looks its best!

The first thing you’ll want to do is cleanse your face with a soft cloth or washcloth that has been soaked in warm water. Use circular motions on your face and neck—this will help remove bacteria without causing any irritation. If there are any stubborn makeup stains on your face, gently scrub them off using a cotton ball soaked in an oil-free cleanser like coconut oil or olive oil (the latter is great for dryer complexions).

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Swap out lighter products for the rich stuff

If you’re not already using them, it’s time to swap out your lighter products for the rich stuff. A richer moisturizer is essential for sealing in hydration and protecting skin from environmental damage.

A richer cleanser is important to slough off dead skin cells, which are more likely to clog pores in fall.

A serum acts as a booster before applying other serums or oils on top of it (if you use them), or can be applied alone at night if there’s no need for an extra boost. We especially love hyaluronic acid serums because they hold moisture well and keep skin plump with antioxidants—perfect for replenishing moisture lost during colder months.

Next up: a luxurious moisturizing cream or night cream that includes ingredients like niacinamide (a vitamin B3 derivative) and ceramides (waxy lipids found naturally inside our bodies’ sebaceous glands), both of which help lock in moisture without causing breakouts by clogging pores like some heavier creams do! Just make sure to avoid cheaper versions that contain parabens or sulfates (two chemicals often used as preservatives). Finally, finish off the routine by applying an eye cream containing peptides—these help keep fine lines at bay while boosting collagen production under eyes where we tend not to sleep well during colder months due to lack of heaters!

Fresh skin is happy skin.

The skin is the largest organ in the body, and it’s important to treat it with care. Your skincare routine should be tailored to your skin type, whether you have oily or dry skin. Dry, sensitive skin can benefit from non-comedogenic products that are free of harsh chemicals and irritants. For normal-to-oily complexions, look for ingredients like salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide to help control breakouts and clear pores.

For those with sensitive or acne-prone skin (or both!), try exfoliating on a regular basis—at least once a week—and use a product designed specifically for your needs. It’s also important to moisturize after cleansing thoroughly; this helps replenish lost moisture while locking in the benefits of your skincare product!

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In the end, fall skincare is all about taking care of your skin. It’s a time to think about what your skin needs, and make sure that it has everything it needs to look its best for the season ahead. Fall is a great time to get reacquainted with your routine and make any necessary changes—and we hope this article has helped you do just that!

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