3. I screen, you screen, we all screen.
Just because the sun is lower in the sky, doesn’t mean it can’t do damage to your skin. It’s a good idea to continue wearing at least a SPF30 sunscreen in autumn and even winter whenever you’re heading outside, to protect your skin from the damage and danger of UV radiation.
4. C the difference.
Vitamin C is one of your skin’s best friends in the cooler months. Not only does it help to block the SPF rays that can still do damage, it can even out your skin tone and pigmentation, which increases collagen production and leads to healthier looking skin.
5. Don’t hesitate to exfoliate.
Our skin naturally sheds less as the weather cools down, which can leave it dry and rough. Not exfoliating regularly can result in your skin becoming dry and flaky, which may eventually lead to clogged pores. Be careful though, as exfoliating too much in the cooler months can irritate your skin.