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Top Skincare tips for the Autumn

Top skincare tips for autumn skin routine

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Top Skincare tips and care for the Autumn

The time during which one season changes with another always requires some changes in our daily skin care routine. This is because we need to help our skin adapt successfully to the new environmental conditions without losing its look.

Autumn is a transitional period during which our skin, accustomed to the summer heat, begins to recover, adapting to other conditions such as cold wind, lack of sun, daily temperatures differences and other environmental factors, so that at a later stage it can successfully adapt and cope with the coming winter weather.

What are the typical skin problems during autumn?

Mostly dryness caused by dehydration and impaired protective functions. Thickening of the stratum corneum is noticeable, especially if you have been regularly exposed to the sun’s UV rays during the summer months and have systematically neglected exfoliation and hydration.

Another visible consequence of regular overexposure to the sun is hyperpigmentation.

It is also possible that your skin becomes hypersensitive which is a completely normal reaction associated with lower temperatures and dry autumn air.

How to properly care for your skin after the summer heat?

Here are the most important conditions for proper facial skin care after the summer.


Choose the most gentle type of cleansing for your skin type such as Naked Actives Hydrating Cleanser which will not only cleanse but also hydrate your skin as it helps to keep the moisture in.-


A gentle peeling should be performed 1-2 times a week for most skin types, but using a soft scrub. People of oily and combination skin, as well as ladies with hyperpigmentation, it is good to conduct a peeling weekly routine until the end of October as after that period their skin might become too sensitive to the cold weather in northern climates. It is important not to over peel so as to not strip away the invisible natural shield that's crucial for a flawless complexion.

Hydration and nourishment

In the fall, light moisturizers should be replaced with others that have a richer, but not heavier texture. In addition to the obligatory hydrants such as hyaluronic acid and squalane oil look for active ingredients, which strengthens the hydro lipid mantle and creates a protective barrier on the surface of the skin. Naked actives EGF serum has been clinically proven to improve skin barrier function and firmness, leaving your skin healthy and hydrated.  Try Renew Health Premium Skincare with their best sellers Anti-Aging Night Cream, Day Cream, Serum and Intensive Anti-Aging Eye Serum to experience the benefits of premium skincare at budget prices available for a limited time from Naked Actives.

Sun protection

As we all know sun protection is important all year round, even in cloudy weather. This is especially true for the beginning of the fall season. At this time of the year, however, solar activity decreases, so a product with SPF 20-30 provides sufficient protection. You can also use a foundation with a sunscreen function.

The only exception is skin with hyperpigmentation, which is recommended to be protected all year round using products with at least SPF 50.  Naked Actives Vitamin C  serum is an essential active nutrient that plays a variety of roles in skin care. In particular, it helps brighten dull, sun-damaged skin, and stimulates collagen production to ward off fine lines and wrinkles. It's also a powerful antioxidant to help prevent aging and pigmentation. 

Recommended skin care actives in the fall, according to your skin type

Sensitive skin

Choose products with soothing ingredients such as Niacinamide. Suitable for sensitive skin in the fall are creams with pre- and probiotics and peptides, which reduce the appearance of wrinkles and stimulate skin regeneration such as the  Naked actives EGF serum and our limited edition Renew Health Antiaging Day and Night creams

Oily acne prone skin

In the fall, problems such as oily and acne prone skin which are related to dehydration and thickening of the stratum corneum which results from sun exposure in the summer and can get even  worse. A common mistake is to deal with these issues with abrasive cleaners or products containing alcohol. We recommend  using  a gentle hydrating cleanser  during the day and  gentle chemical exfoliant containing glycolic acid at night such  as the Naked Actives EGF Serum as the  in the evening. During the day, do not forget to apply sunscreen.

Dry skin

Focus on extra hydration with a serum or other cosmetic product containing hyaluronic acid, which is included not only in the Naked Actives Hyaluronic acid serum, but also in its EGF Serum and Anti-aging Eye Cream.  and don't forget to make your favorite facial mask regularly. Read Tina’s blog on her favorite DIY face masks that are great for the fall season and folks with dry skin.

Combination skin

Do not overload your skin with richly textured products that cause an oily glow and can clog pores. A suitable option is, for example, hyaluronic serum and your favorite light cream which will help to keep moisture in and nourish your skin. You can make your  day and night cream’s effect  even more nourishing if you enrich it with a drop of squalane oil  just before use.

Following the abovementioned routine and tips along with a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle will help your facial skin make the transition from the hot and humid summer climate to the cool and dry fall season and your skin will thank you for it as it will remain looking great for the long term.


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