4 Dermatologist Tips for Transitioning to a Fall Skincare Routine

From tank tops to sweaters, fall is in full swing…

Cooler weather and a drop in humidity makes for dryer air and even dryer skin. Prevent dry itchy skin by using these tips to thwart autumn skin related freak-outs.

1. Switch to a Thicker Moisturizer

Goodbye lightweight, oil free moisturizers that were perfect for the summertime. Dermatologist recommend a heavy cream made with ceramides and hyaluronic acid as you need both.

Ceramides are your skins fatty acids that protect it and prevent it from dryness and infection. It helps prevent our skin from losing water, thus improving its hydration and elasticity.

Natural oils are a very rich source of both ceramides and fatty acids. Jojoba oil contains up to 96% ceramides. Hyaluronic Acid plumps up your skin and the ceramides hold it in.

Click image to learn more about our Fall Skincare Kit.

Nayelle’s Glow Face Oil is a luxury blend of ceramide rich oils. Used as the last step of your skin care routine to hold in the moisture from the serums and creams. Dermatologist warn that depleted ceramides can lead to pesky eczema. So slap on a rich moisturizer and a good oil serum.

Nayelle’s Fall Skincare Kit features:

  • Rejuvenate Probiotic Night Cream
  • Glow Face Oil Serum
  • Revitalizing Niacinamide Serum
  • Clean Face Wash

2. Limit Exfoliating

Over exfoliating can create tiny cracks in the skin barrier that leads to more loss of hydration and inflammation.

Dermatologist recommend to cut back on robust ingredients like retinoids and glycolic acid. A tell-tale sign that you’re going too hard on your skin is if you notice that it’s perpetually irritated, itchy and inflamed.

Dr. Whitney Bowe talks in detail about protecting your skin’s micro biome in her book “The Beauty of Dirty Skin”. A good resource especially during fall-winter time.

3. Add an Eye Cream to Your Routine

Our skin does not like sudden transitions and to help prepare it for fall dermatologist highly recommend using an eye cream.

Sometimes in the summer we skip this step but it’s essential during the fall. The skin around our eye is thinner and more delicate.

Using Nayelle’s NOURISH Probiotic Eye Cream treats this special area with a rich fusions of omegas, fatty acids, vitamins and antioxidants.

4. Use a Humidifier

Thankfully you can tackle extreme dry cold regions with the use of a humidifier.

Tanya Moss – president and co-founder of Nayelle

They boost the hydration in your home and office to prevent low humidity that degrades the skin’s natural moisture barrier and can lead to flaking, cracking and peeling.

A worthy investment, because…

“I Regret Taking Care Of My Skin” says no one!

You’ll be thankful you pamper it even more during the dryer fall weather.

Xx Tanya Moss