How to transition your skin-care routine from summer to fall, according to experts
- Just as we naturally adjust our wardrobes to adapt to cooler temperatures, our skin-care routines could use a reboot to help our skin adjust to the colder, drier climate.
- To help you transition your skin-care routine from summer to fall, we're sharing the best tips and tricks skin-care scientists actually swear by to keep their skin healthy through the fickle fall weather.
- Below find 10 of the best tips and tricks for great fall skin, according to 18 scientists from Procter & Gamble.
With the weather cooling down, you've probably already thought about changing your wardrobe - swapping out tanks and shorts for cozy knits and long pants. Sweater weather means more than just ditching your cutoffs though. If you want to keep that summer glow, you'll need to update your skin- and body-care routines to keep up with the cooler, drier fall air.And who better to help you make that transition than skin-care scientists from Procter & Gamble, parent company of popular personal-care brands like Native, SK-II, and Olay. We're sharing some of the best fall skin-care tips, according to 18 Procter & Gamble skin-care scientists themselves. From adding new products to your regimen to getting creative with how you moisturize, they shared plenty of helpful tips and tricks that'll help transition skin from summer to fall.Advertisement
Some of the products included may be ones that these scientists developed themselves, though many are ones they swear by in their own lives regardless of brand. Where they have not suggested specific brands, we offer recommendations based on our own expertise. If you're looking to transform your skin-care routine for fall, but don't know where to start, keep reading.
Below you'll find 10 tips and tricks for maintaining healthy skin this fall, according to skin-care scientists:
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