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Skincare Routine: Ways to Transition it From Summer to Autumn

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Australian Society of Cosmetic Chemists (ASCC) suggests that as the temperatures drop and the leaves change colour, the time has come to transition from summer to autumn skincare. This shift from summer to autumn in Australia can be complicated due to extreme weathers ranging from scorching hot temperatures to cool in a single day.

"Transitioning your skincare routine from summer to autumn is like transitioning your weight loss journey from indulgence to discipline - it may require some adjustments, but the end result is a healthier, happier you," says health and wellness expert Adams O'Brien of Losing Weight Fast—one of Australia's well-known experts in weight loss training.

Using the right skincare products can keep your skin looking healthy and radiant all year. Here are some ideas for transitioning your skincare routine from summer to autumn.

1. Protect your Skin from the Sun

Just because it's autumn doesn't mean you can skip the sunscreen. The sun's UV rays can still damage your skin, even on cloudy days. Therefore, using sunscreen daily to protect your skin from harmful UV rays is crucial. Ultra-Protection Sunscreen SPF50+ is made with a non-greasy formula that protects against UVA and UVB rays.

2. Moisturise More

The air becomes drier as the weather gets cooler, and your skin is more prone to dryness particularly with indoor heating. Therefore, using a more nourishing moisturiser in the autumn months is essential. You should switch from a light moisturiser to one that is thicker and gives your skin more moisture. Age Defense Super Hydrating Creme is an excellent choice for those with dry skin as it moisturises and hydrates the skin with ingredients full of vitamins and minerals to maintain youthful skin, including CoQ10, Squalane and Pearl Extract. CoQ10 is a potent antioxidant that can re-energise skin cells to remove toxins, boost collagen and elastin production, combat free radicals and reverse free radical damage as well as soothe the skin by flushing out irritants.

3. Exfoliate Regularly

When you exfoliate your skin, you get rid of dead skin cells and open up your pores. This keeps your skin glowing and keeps you from breaking out. In the autumn months, opt for a physical and enzyme exfoliant. The glycolic, enzymes and salicylic acids in Ultra Smoothing Facial Exfoliant gently remove dead skin cells without irritating the skin.

4. Stay Hydrated

For healthy skin, drinking a lot of water is essential, which is even more important when it gets colder. As the air becomes drier, your skin needs more hydration, and drinking water can help keep your skin looking plump and radiant.

5. Book Monthly Facials

Facials can provide deep cleansing, exfoliation, and hydration your skin needs during the cooler months. Regular facials can help maintain your skin's hydration levels, improve texture, and promote a healthy complexion. Consider boking a professional facial once a month in conjunction with our at-home high-quality skincare products.

Transition Your Skincare Routine from Summer to Autumn with Expert Guidance from Alexia

Transitioning your skincare routine from summer to autumn requires a few tweaks to your daily routine. Using a more nourishing active ingredients in your moisturiser, protecting your skin from the sun, exfoliating regularly, staying hydrated and booking monthly facials are all essential for keeping your skin healthy and radiant. Alexia's range of cosmeceutical skincare can help you transition your skincare routine seamlessly, ensuring your skin stays healthy and glowing all year round.

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