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Some Skincare Products Worth Trying Out This Fall & Beyond

Skincare means different things to different people. But a basic skincare routine is pretty much just cleansing your face and moisturizing afterwards in the morning and at night time. After cleansing and moisturizing your skin you can take a variety of steps but it's important that you do your research first. I say do your research because not all skincare products are created equal. Also something that works for me might not work for you and vice versa.

You should learn as much as possible about your skin. Look into products and know what you are putting on your skin. There are products that are made only for oily skin types, or for dry skin types. There are products made for combination skin types. There are products for acne prone skin types. There are so many products made for so many different skin types. But just because something is labeled as such(oily skin, dry skin, acne etc.) or is from a luxury brand or is super expensive doesn't mean it is necessarily for your skin or necessarily works. If necessary consult a dermatologist if you are not sure or if you've tried a product and notice not so positive changes to your skin.

After cleansing and moisturizing the skin some people might decide to add a toner to their routine. Toners are great for those with oily skin. Some people might also decide to exfoliate. Exfoliating allows you to remove dead skin cells. When you exfoliate it helps to brighten your complexion. Some people might decide that a mask -(either a sheet mask, clay mask or mud mask or any mask really) is a must - and will do this daily. Some people might also decide that serums work well for their skin. Serums are great at helping to moisturize your skin. But again it all depends on the individual and their skin.

Something that I always make sure to do is always check that all of my skincare products have SPF in it. SPF is very very important not just during the summer but pretty much all year round. SPF helps protect your skin from the damaging rays of the sun. This helps against premature aging from the sun.

A big trend in skincare last season - which I loved was the anti-pollution skincare trend. The anti-pollution trend will continue well into this season and next season and the season after. Anti-pollution skincare is something that is here to stay. Since fall is a few weeks away now seems like a great time to start transitioning your skincare from summer to fall. So I thought I'd put together some skincare products that are worth trying out as we approach fall and in the fall and winter.

Below are some skincare products worth trying out right now and into the fall and even during the winter season. To learn more about each product click on the pictures below which will take you to the retailer that sells the item.

Royal Fern Anti Oxidative Ampoules, 15 x 0.06 oz./ 2 mL $195
A’Pieu Milk Carton Sheet Mask $3
Elemis Soothing Glow Cleansing Kit $59
Sulwhasoo Essential Revitalizing Serum, 1.7 oz./ 50 mL $125
Susanne Kaufmann Face Fluid Line A, 50ml $135
Estee Lauder Lift + Firm Radiant Youthful Skin Set $95
Aesop Renewal Kit $58
Skin Gym Jade Facial Roller $32
Patchology Breakout Box Blemish Treatment $20
Lapcos Sheet Mask $3
Goldfaden MD Skin Balancing Mask, 60ml $75
Sunday Riley Blue Moon Cleansing Balm $50
La Mer Nourished Hydration Set 3 $325
LightStim For Acne Light Therapy Treatment $169
Dr. Barbara Sturm Drops Discovery Set $125
NEULASH® by Skin Research Laboratories Complexion Kit $120
Too Cool For School Egg Mousse Facial Cleanser $20
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