There’s a distinct chill in the air and pumpkin spice lattes are a fixture at every coffee shop. Fall has officially arrived, in all her sunset-hued glory and we aren’t mad about it.
Sure, we love soaking up those sultry summer rays, but there’s just something about this magical time of year, wouldn’t you agree?
With the season change we believe in a skin and hair refresh, focusing on the specific needs your hair and skin craves when the temperatures dip and the humidity wanes.
In this article we will share our top Fall hair and skincare tips, as well as some fun and delicious recipes you can try at home!
Cue Mary Poppins… “Makes the medicine go down!” or in this case helps to scrub your blues away!
It’s all about moisture at this dry time of year (more on that in the next tip) but to really prep your skin to receive your various serums and oils, you want to be sure you start with a clean canvas.
Adding a little raw sugar to our Facial Cleanser will instantly turn it into a gentle yet effective exfoliating scrub, helping to shed dead skin so your skin is ready to drink up any moisture you apply after!
Dry air and indoor heating means your skin may be feeling a little parched and no one wants to deal with dull skin!
A spritz of our Rose Water followed up with any of our luxurious oils will add an instant glow and gorgeous dewiness for skin that looks like it belongs in the tropics!
If you really want to treat yourself then we recommend our decadent Rose Oil Serum!
Let’s not forget your locks!
We have two gorgeous options for you here, and we recommend alternating with both for true hair envy!
Dry scalp and itching can be a frustration at this time of year too, but these gems will have your back all Fall and Winter long.
Pumpkin is the first thing that comes to mind when we think of Fall so if you find yourself with lots left over, from your Jack-o’-lantern Carvings to Your Thanksgiving sides, why not make this face mask?
Be sure to sip on some warm apple cider or a pumpkin spice drink while you relax!
Pumpkin is rich in skin brightening Vitamin C, along with free-radical neutralizing Vitamin E, as well as fatty acids and zinc for clearer, brighter skin.
Honey is filled with amino acids, enzymes and other nutrients that will leave your skin hydrated and radiant. The antibacterial properties make it ideal for treating and preventing breakouts, while intense moisturizing properties means it works just as well for dry skin.
If you were missing Summer at all, then we hope this helped inspire you in some small way for the new season.
If we could, we'd end this off by sending you on your way with a delicious apple pie, but we can do the next best thing and share a mouth watering paleo apple recipe with you that is actually good for your skin, yes really!
Here’s to a healthy and happy Fall for us all!
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