How to Transition Your Skincare Routine for Fall

No need to get ahead of ourselves, but autumn is around the corner. With the change of seasons comes a change of weather, meaning a difference in your skin. No need to worry; Profile by Rob Lowe has you covered. You can keep your same routine with just a few tweaks. Right now, we're dealing with the humidity of summer and more moisture in the air. As sticky as we may feel, the humidity helps moisture stay in our skin and gives it a protective barrier. It's an added benefit we don't get during colder months.

With fall around the corner, we want to be prepared and transition our skin as it reacts to the new temperature changes. So fellas, don't be alarmed. These simple changes will ensure your skin can adjust adequately and keep your routine quick and simple.

When it comes to a fall routine, we'll need to make some adjustments to the way we do skincare. By changes we mean, more of this, less of that.

Let's be more specific-

Since the air will become dryer, you'll want to be sure you're hydrating more often. When our skin starts losing moisture, the barrier tends to get disrupted, which can cause dryness and irritation. The Lift Anti-Gravity moisturizer is perfect year-round since it uses a unique lipid blend and has intense moisturizing power.

We love a good exfoliator and recommend the REVITALIZE Detoxifying Face Scrub once or twice a week, but during this time of year, you'll want to slow it down. The overuse of exfoliators may cause your skin to overdry, and that's not the goal.

Even though the weather is changing and temperatures will start to cool down, continue using your sunscreen. Sunscreen should be used every time you go into the sun, even during winter. Yes, the UV radiation is greater during the summertime, but it's still present throughout all four seasons. Stick to a facial sunscreen that contains an SPF of 30 or higher.

It's possible you aren't using a lip moisturizer during the warmer months of the year, but you'll want to incorporate it during the cooler months. Just as we mentioned moisturizing your face more often, you'll want to care for your lips too. Keeping your lips hydrated will help them transition, and you won't notice or feel the irritation of cracking dry lips. A lip moisturizer with Vaseline is enough to do the trick!

One suggestion that isn't a part of your skincare routine is a humidifier for your home. Dermatologists suggest investing in a humidifier during fall and winter to boost some extra hydration in your home. If you can get extra moisture in your home, it also means more moisture in your skin which will help with the change in season.

With Profile by Rob Lowe, you won't need to swap out your products or make significant changes to your skincare routine. Like we said before, it's just a little more of this, a little less of that. Our skincare line was created for ease and simplicity, and it's your go-to, no matter the season.