Summer to Fall Beauty Routine

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As sad as it is to say goodbye to summer for another year, it is exciting to enter a new season: fall. The summer sun dries out the skin, sunscreen clogs pores, and then sun damage and tanning lotions make skin more sensitive. Below are some quick and simple ways to transition your skin from summer to fall. BY STACEY CAMACHO

Cleanse Your Skin
Just like it’s important to cleanse the face, it’s just as important to cleanse the body. Cleansing preps the skin and opens up the pores. This way, you get the full benefits of your skincare products. Steam from a shower is also helpful to open the pores. Pores are not fully opened without cleansing!

Exfoliate Your Skin
Exfoliating removes dead skin that clogs the pores. When dead skin hasn’t been removed, it leads to blemishes or acne due to dead skin clogging the pores, which also causes oily skin. Any leftover dead skin from a burn that lingers on the skin that you may not see is very important to remove.

Exercise and Workout
Not only is exercising and working out healthy for you, it’s also important to sweat out any buildup that is clogging your pores, like sunscreen and faux tanning lotions. This is when perspiring is actually a very good thing. Eating spicy foods cause you to perspire, so if you aren’t into exercising or working out, indulge in some crazy hot foods!

Let’s Get Pampered!
Facials and body wraps are excellent tools to help rejuvenate your skin. This is a great and quick way to correct dull and dehydrated skin, as well as fix uneven skin tone from a tan. Spend a day at the spa by booking a facial and a body wrap. Who doesn’t like getting pampered? Aren’t we all in need of one after a long week?

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