Ways to keep you skin healthy in the Fall

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Ok ladies, So even though we all(or not all) love this fall weather it can be a bit harsh on our skin. I thought I would post some of the things I do to try and keep my skin healthy and glowing in this cooler weather.

1. Moisturizing before bed.
During the night not only is it time for our body to get some rest but also for our skin. During sleep our skin rests and heals itself. Putting on a deep and hydrating moisturizer before you go to bed at night will help your skin wake up moisturized and glowing. Getting enough sleep is also important as it will help your skin look more rejuvenated and well rested.
2. Illuminating/dewy foundation
A quick way to get that dewy/glowy skin look is to go for a foundation that provides just that. switching over to a foundation that provides a lot more moisture tour skin will help give it that health glow. Skip the mate look and go for a more illuminating feel. A good one to try is Luminous Silk by Giorgio Armani. It does the trick.
Our skin is always producing new cells, so that means all the dead skin cells stay behind on the surface. Exfoliating at least once a week will help remove all that buildup and leave you skin looking newer and youthful. Now we don't want to be too harsh on our skin as that can do more damage than help. There are so many products or cleansers out there, its just a matter of finding the right one for you.
4. Multivitamins
Taking a few vitamins in the morning will help repair cell sin our bodies. Vitamins high in Vitamin A,C, and E help our skin. Vitamin A help with skin roughness and wrinkles. Vitamin C helps with rejuvenation and help firm our skin, and vitamin E helps protect against the damage sun can do to our skin.
Apart from exercising being just plain good for your health it also help nourish our skin cells and relieve stress. Sweating opens our pores which help get rid of toxins that cause those pesky little breakouts.
6. Drinking water
Last but not least, drinking plenty of water is one of the most important things you can do to your body and skin. Simple right! Dehydration is one of the main causes for skin to look dull and wrinkled. drinking about 8 glasses of water a day will help your skin stay healthy.


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  1. well it seems I am doing a few things right but I need to drink more water and I deffo need to exercise more xox


  2. Those are tough ones, especially exercising lol