3 Natural Ways To Treat Dry Skin This Fall

September 23, 2016

Summer is finally leaving and Fall is just around the corner, bring with it autumn leaves and crisp air. As the seasons change so does our delicate, yet unpredictable skin.  Many with oily skin may start to experience dry patches while those with dry skin may experience excessive flakiness and discomfort. But, you can prepare your skin type for these seasonal changes in a gentle and effective way with all-natural ingredients. Listed below are organic skincare treatments that will help moisturize, nourish and protect your skin from the chilly Fall air.

Aloe Vera Gel

Fondly referred to as the lily of the desert, the Aloe Vera plant has been used as a natural health and beauty remedy for centuries. You can use the amazing light-weight gel as a natural non-greasy moisturizer that is perfect for dry and oily skin. It’s packed with 75 active components such as vitamins, enzymes, minerals and amino acids. This combination of components work together to protect your skin from harmful free-radicals, reduce inflammation and soften dry skin.  

Apply organic Aloe Vera gel to your face 1-2 times a week as a moisturizing facial mask for 10-20 minutes to achieve smooth and supple results. You can also mix 1 tsp of Aloe Vera gel with ½ a cup water in a spray bottle for a refreshing facial mist.

Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt is a tasty treat full of calcium, vitamin D and healthy probiotics, but it can also be used as a facial mask for glowing skin.  Yogurt naturally contains lactic acid which is an Alpha Hydroxy acid that dissolves away dead skin cells. This active ingredient is exactly what you need to conquer a dull complexion and excessively dry skin this Fall. Yogurt also moisturizes the skin, prevents aging, fights acne and reduces discoloration.

Simply apply an organic, all-natural Greek yogurt to your face 1-2 times a week to rejuvenate and soften your skin.                                             

Rosehip Oil

Organic rosehip oil features all the key ingredients to help you counter dry and problematic skin this Fall.  You can provide your skin with beneficial vitamins, essential fatty acids and antioxidants just by adding a few drops of rosehip oil to your skincare routine. This light-weight oil works well with all skin types including acne prone skin since it helps balance sebum production. It will also help protect your skin from free-radicals, increase cell production and hydrate dry skin.

For the best results apply rosehip oil to damp skin right after cleansing or whenever your skin needs addition moisture.

If you’re looking to skip the messy application of applying masks and serums, try our Greek Yogurt and Nourishing sheet mask which features each one of these essential ingredients along with organic botanicals and skin tightening allantoin.


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