Fall Skin Care Secrets: 8 Tips to Try Now

How to make the best of the skin you're in all season long.


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woman touching her face


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Fall Skin Care Secrets

Smooth Operator - Gentle exfoliating face and body washes help smooth away dry skin so moisturizing ingredients can penetrate more deeply. Look for soothing, natural oils like jojoba and shea butter, which both lock in moisture.   (Photo: Ariel Skelley/Blend Images/Corbis)

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Smooth Operator


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Break Out the Moisturizer

Switch It Up - Scented bath soaps leave us smelling good and feeling even better. Unfortunately, added fragrance is one of the top allergens related to skin irritation and dryness, especially if you have very sensitive skin. This can be exacerbated during the colder autumn months. If you’re experiencing some irritation, try switching to an unscented body wash or a soap and always follow up with a moisturizing lotion.  (Photo: I Love Images/Corbis)

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Switch It Up

Try a Humidifier  - With indoor heaters constantly running as it gets colder, you may notice your skin feeling extra parched as you’re spending much more time indoors. Investing in an air humidifier system for your home can make the environment more comfortable by infusing the dry air with moisture.   (Photo: Vick's)

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Try a Humidifier 


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Drink Up


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Wear Sunscreen

Werk It Out - Instead of crawling up indoors due to the cold weather, bundle up and go for a walk or work out from the comfort of your home. Exercising allows you to produce natural body oils as well as boosts oxygen and blood flow to the skin, leaving you with a natural, healthy glow.  (Photo: Yuri/Getty Images)

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Werk It Out

Don’t Forget About Your Feet - Once sandal season is over, we tend to neglect our toes. Although our feet are covered by chic fall boots, it doesn’t hurt to treat ourselves to a pedicure, or at the very least a moisturizing foot cream, every now and then. Besides, don’t you want beautiful skin from head-to-toe, whether it’s spring or fall?   (Photo: Sean Justice/Corbis)

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Don’t Forget About Your Feet