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The change of the seasons and having to fire up your central heating can play havoc on your skin. Many of us become prone to dry skin and persistent outbreaks. We have put together some top tips for autumn skincare that will help keep your skin in great condition.

Review your skincare.

With the transition into the colder months we need to switch up our skincare routines slightly. The weather is less humid and with the addition of putting the heating on our skin is just drying out. Try to avoid a harsh cleansing regime as this will only dry your skin out further. A good gentle product to use is micellar cleansing water as it allows your skin to retain its natural moisture.

Don’t forget SPF.

Even though we aren’t seeing the sun as much that doesn’t mean we can forget about using an SPF. There are plenty of good day moisturising creams what have an SPF included in the. Just make sure you don’t go below SPG 15. If you want to revive your complexion go for an illuminating moisturiser for a fresh, dewy finish.

Repair at night.

Night time is the perfect chance to repair your skin so look for night creams that are rich in antioxidants. All the hard work is done while you sleep!

Facial oil.

You can even boost your cream with a touch of facial oil at night. Just add a couple of drops to your normal night cream for a nourishing boost.

Lips and hands.

Don’t forget to protect your lips from becoming dry and cracked. Start moisturising them now to prevent them from becoming sore later. The same goes with your hands which can become sore in the autumn and winter months. Up moisturising them now to ensure that they stay soft and supple all season.



Gemma Dorling
Gemma Dorling
Gemma is a fashion writer contributing to magazines and online sites. She also writes her own fashion blog In her spare time she enjoys reading, running and finding new places to eat.