Summer is winding down, but that does not mean you have to submit to the winter blues without putting up a fight. If you want to carry your sun-kissed glow into the autumn then here are some tips for your skin and hair.


Wear sun protection. Although limited sun “baths” (early morning or late afternoon) can be valuable for our body’s metabolization of vitamin D, sun exposure is the number one cause of premature skin aging and wrinkles. One of the best ways to protect the skin is to wear a moisturizing sunscreen with SPF 15 or higher. Choose one that blocks both UVA and UVB rays and preferably contains micronized zinc oxide.

If you have managed to get a beautiful tan this summer then you will want to hold on to it as long as possible. The key words here are exfoliation and moisturizing. Get rid of rough patches of skin with a scrub that contains strawberry enzymes to brighten the complexion, or whip up your own DIY scrub using ingredients such as sugar, sea salt and natural oils. These are worth a try. In addition, skin exfoliation will ensure that your skin looks healthy, glowing and even.

Regular and intense hydration is the secret to keeping your tan locked down so consider investing in a rich moisturiser made with organic olive oil. If you want to cheat a little then add a little fake tan into the mix to maintain that vacation vibe.


Beautiful hair adds some kind of personality to your image and naturally beautifies you. An attractive and healthy hair can be grown if you start to practice simple home remedies to treat your hair. Most significantly, getting rid or minimise the usage of hair styling tools will much help to solve your external hair problem.

Plus, try to avoid direct sun rays as UV will damage your hair and regular hair wash might be not good for some kind of scalps like dry and too oily. Olive and coconut oil might be good to try on hair massaging since it helps to regulate your blood circulation.

Beauty habits for keeping your summer skin

There is nothing like a summer filled with warm days of exercising or chilling out by the beach to get you feeling great about yourself. But as the days get shorter and we head into fall you can still hold on to that inner and outer glow.


Exfoliation is the best way to keep your skin perky and healthy-looking as we change seasons. Regular dry brushing will get rid of dead skin cells and also get your circulation flowing and lymphatic system moving, which in turn will keep you looking bright eyed and bushy tailed.


We have heard it a thousand times. Great skin starts on the inside. Stay hydrated as the weather changes by drinking lots of water to keep your skin looking nice and plump.


When it comes to nutrition, foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids such as walnuts, fish and soybeans, as well as those containing high amounts of vitamins A, C, and E such as eggs, yogurt, broccoli and spinach, will help to keep your complexion soft and supple.


Capitalize on your inner hydration with a body moisturizer with natural ingredients such as aloe vera or olive extracts that rich in Vitamin E.


Finally keep your eyes looking bright and alert with a serum that soothes out uneven skin tones and dark circles, helping you to maintain that rested, just-back-from-vacation look for as long as possible.



Keeping Your Holiday Glow, From Head To Toe
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