We all love a crisp, autumn walk through the crunchy leaves to boost our mind, body and soul, but the cold windy weather can wreak havoc on your skin leaving it feeling dull, dry and dehydrated. Here are some of our tips to help revive and replenish your complexion to keep you glowing all season long.

1.       CLEANSE

Wash away impurities, slough off surface debris and tighten your complexion with Monoi Age Corrective Exfoliating Cleanser.  This multi-action cleanser is infused with natural fruit extracts to gently remove dead skin cells whilst monoi deeply hydrates.  

2.       TONE

They may seem more suited to summer, but a spritz of hydrating facial spray can help relieve any tightness caused by the cold. Avoid any that contain alcohol, as that can dry the skin further.  We suggest Stone Crop Hydrating Mist, the succulent, healing and hydrating properties of the stone crop plant will help reduce irritation and pigmentation, leaving your skin vibrant and nourished.

3.       TREAT

Always applied your moisturiser right after cleansing? Try adding a serum, essence or facial oil to help treat and support your skin during the changing season.  Why not try new Birch Water Purifying Essence to hydrate and help protect from free radical damage, or Facial Recovery Oil to calm redness, irritation and boost hydration.

4.       MOISTURISE

Finish your autumn routine with hydrating moisturiser. Arctic Berry Peptide Radiance Cream is a lightweight intensely hydrating moisturiser which stimulates collagen production, smooths fine lines and wrinkles, evens skin tone and calms irritations leaving skin softer, clearer and brighter.

 P.S. Don’t forget lips! Often the first to feel the cold (hello chapped and flaky!) it’s important to add a layer of protective hydration.  Kiss dry lips goodbye with Rosehip & Lemongrass Lip Balm SPF15 - rosehip oil soothes weather-ravaged lips while rejuvenating lavender helps restore softness.

 

There you have some of our top tips for taking care of your skin this autumn.  We hope you find a way to get the most of all the benefits these natural ingredients have to offer.  Despite the sad farewell to summer, autumn can be a truly beautiful time of year, so let’s embrace the change and enjoy what it has to offer!