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Transeasonal skincare tips

September 29th, 2017

With Autumn/Winter fashion week in full swing, we begin to look to transeasonal trends and how we are going to update our wardrobe to prepare for the cooler months. But our style isn’t the only thing that needs to adapt to the change in weather, our beauty routine also requires some alteration. Here’s our top tips to keep looking your best in Autumn.


SPF is a summer essential to protect against the effects of sun damage. But when the skies start to become greyer it’s easy to relegate this product out of your routine until the warmer months return. No matter how overcast the weather may be, harmful UVA rays are still present and are one of the main contributing factors to premature ageing. Stay protected by continuing to use an SPF daily such as the Mineral UV Shield SPF30 underneath your makeup or using a foundation with SPF such as the Complexion Perfector BB. 


The change to cooler weather can have a harsh, drying effect on the skin. To counteract this, using a product containing hyaluronic acid is a great way to not only boost hydration but this ingredient also locks in moisture retention. Try adding the Oxygen Booster to your daily regime after cleansing and before moisturising to keep skin smooth and plump or apply the Instant Plumping Mask overnight for a more intensive treatment.


Whilst we might protect ourselves from the elements by slipping on a coat or jacket, your skin is still prone to dryness and it is essential to increase the amount of times you exfoliate during the week to buff away flakiness. Try using the Gold Sugar Scrub, the fair trade cane sugar refines skins texture whilst colloidal gold has healing properties to keep your skin glowing even when the sun isn’t shining.

What are your transeasonal skincare tips?

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