Keep Your Summer Glow In Autumn

Do you want to keep your summer glow in autumn? Of course you do, and why wouldn’t you?

Now we are heading for the cooler months I know I worry about that glow being a distant memory. There are obvious ways to maintain the sun kissed look to our skin. Fake tan will give you that bronzed look if thats what you are wanting to maintain

Im talking about that natural glow. Your skin glowing naturally



There are a number of steps you can take to try to maintain that summer glow.



Exfoliating your skin any time of the year is important to keeping your skin looking healthy. Putting this in your self care routine should help ensure you maintain it

Removing the dead skin cells from the top layer of your skin will reveal brighter skin beneath

As the weather isn’t as hot and we are perspiring less we can exfoliate less. This doesn’t mean stop all together though as it is still needed


We drink more during summer months as we need more fluids to quench our thirst

Keeping your body hydrated and keep on drinking will keep your skin hydrated. A lot of people don’t enjoy the taste of water but as long as you are drinking you are hydrating

It is recommended that the average adult needs to drink the equivalent of 2 litres of water a day. This is regardless of the season


Adding to your skin care regime in the colder months to help create a wind barrier effectively

Thicker and richer moisturisers could be more beneficial in helping chapped and irritated skin

Daytime and night time moisturisers should be slightly different. You don’t need to break the bank in these either there are so many affordable skincare brands to choose from

It is always worth adding some extra super foods into your diet or a few more wholesome vegetables to really make you glow from within

This should help keep your summer glow in autumn, and throughout the winter months too


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