The Beauty Routine Changes You Need To Make This Fall

As if we couldn’t get enough of the change in our lifestyle that comes with fall, there’s definitely more where that came from. Alongside our closet clean out and candle scents, you need to make sure you’re being cautious of your beauty routine, too! Fall weather brings dry weather and whether you think so or not, our bodies can get disrupted by it. By taking extra healthy precautions and switching up your beauty routine, you can maintain healthy, glowing hair, skin and nails. So, take some time this weekend and do your own personal fall beauty haul and get ready for the big chill!

1. Sugar Over Salt

Sea salt sprays have been all the rage lately and we definitely love them too, but the salt can be extremely damaging and drying to your lovely locks, not to mention the cold front really takes a toll, too. Try switching to a sugar spray instead! This formula will do the exact same thing your sea salt spray did, but it will not dry out your hair!

2. Alcohol Free Toner

First and foremost, we aren’t completely hating on alcohol-based toners because for some people they work really well, but for some people using one can be too drying in these already dry months. Try switching to something that’s all natural or simply does not contain alcohol!

3. Keep Up With SPF

Sun’s out guns out, as they always say. But, when it comes to sunscreen, you still need it even when the sun isn’t seen! Sun hiding behind the clouds can be just as damaging as the rays you get when laying out at the beach.

4. Don’t Forget Your Neck And Hands

If you’re an avid moisturizer, thank you! If not, please, please start! But, for all of you out there, don’t forget about your neck and hands, especially during the colder months! Your neck and hands are the first things to age on your body and we want to prolong that for as long as possible!

5. Aloe Is Your Friend

Most of us associate Aloe Vera with a painful sunburn, but aloe is great for acne and scarring as well! Try to find a stabilized aloe, which is the closest thing you can get to pulling it right out of the plant, because this will contain the maximum amount of minerals to help with your skin.