We are at the end of summer and the kids are going back to school. Well, sort of. Here in Connecticut, they are going back to school a couple of days and then homeschooling for the rest. My heart goes out to all those parents out there that are doing their very best to organize their days.
COVID-19 has put a squash on the majority of our summertime plans. But there were still some people who took opportunities this summer for staycations and pool parties.
Even though we had the best intentions with our skincare, all the fun in and out of the sun may have put your skincare routine on hold. The fall is the perfect time to repair and refresh our skincare.
- Establish a skincare routine
- Keep skin hydrated
- Eat healthy foods
- Apply and reapply sunscreen
- Repair and treat sun damage
Bottom line is that our skin is the biggest organ we have. As we get older our skin has special needs to maintain and replace essential factors that can decline with age and environmental factors. If you are looking to maintain your skin to keep it as healthy and youthful as possible it takes daily practice.