It's fall and your skin knows it. Cooling weather and humidity can make the skin feel dull and dry. Our beauty expert listed her favorite products for fall and early winter skincare routine - with these tips you'll restore your skin’s elasticity and radiance!
1. Tata Harper Nourishing Oil Cleanser
"This oil cleanser is my go-to product against winter - a luxuriously thick oil that thoroughly cleanses the skin of makeup and daily pollutions and makes the skin feel wonderfully supple. I massage the oil cleanser with gentle movements on dry skin, and after that I emulsify it with moist fingers before rinsing."
2. Vintner's Daughter Active Treatment Essence
"Vintner's Daughter Active Treatment Essence fits perfectly into the fall routine - it contains brightening vitamin C, hydrating micro- and mini-hyaluronic acids and microalgae, as well as lightly exfoliating acids and enzymes. Together these ingredients effectively repair and brighten the skin."
3. Edible Beauty Snowflower Illuminating Face Oil
"A sweet-smelling and velvety thick oil that lights up your complexion! Includes e.g. Vitamin C-containing kakadu plum, lightening snowflower seed oil, and light-reflecting camellia oil. Tip! If the moisturizer you used in the summer feels now too light, add a few drops of face oil to make it more nourishing."
4. Okoko Sublime Balm
"The amazing mousse-like texture and bright orange hue make Sublime Balm an interesting product in itself, but it also has an ingenious list of ingredients consisting of fermented willow bark, tomato lycopene and pomegranate sterols. This balm soothes, exfoliates, brightens and moisturizes the skin - all you could ask for in one jar! Tip: replace your serum, oil and moisturizer in the evening with balm."
5. Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask
"Masks are an important part of skin care. Tata Harper’s floral mask is like a glass of water for thirsty skin - the hyaluronic acids work in different layers of the skin, hydrating the skin thoroughly. In addition, this mask soothes the redness of the skin caused by temperature changes."