New season calls for a new skincare routine. No matter how many times you’ve heard this, know that this is a cliche that is actually true. As soon as the weather changes, so should your skincare routine and all the skincare products you’ve been using. With the summer slowly saying goodbye and autumn/winter approaching, the air will begin to feel drier and with that, so will your skin. Add to that all the makeup you’ll probably end up using thanks to the festivities and weddings that are coming up, and you’ve nearly set your skin up for a breakout of some sort. Don’t worry, though, there are some skincare products that can help you through this transition of seasons and ensure that your skin stays as glowing and blemish-free as possible.
Here are a few skincare products that will help you embrace the new season.
1. Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask
With all the makeup products that will eventually end up on your skin, you need some exfoliation to help pick it back up. This clay mask by Innisfree is formulated with Jeju volcanic cluster sphere that helps tighten pores and controls sebum production. This clay mask deeply cleanses the skin by gently exfoliating to remove blackheads and leaves the skin feeling softer and looking brighter.
2. Midnight Recovery Concentrate
Dry weather can zap your skin of it’s glow and leave it looking absolutely dull. Your skin recovers best at night, which is why a night-time recovery serum likeKiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate is an amazing solution for your tired skin. This gentle facial oil works all night to regenerate, repair and replenish the skin thanks to some of its core ingredients like lavender essential oil and evening primrose oil.
3. Advanced Protection Sunscreen
The healthiest way to keep your skin looking young is by using a sunscreen with solar-activated antioxidants that help prevent visible damage. The Clinique SPF 50 Face Cream is definitely our top pick. It is oil-free, gentle enough of sensitive skin and works on a formula that locks in high-level protection for long hours.