Keeping Your Skin Autumn Fresh And How Genucel Products Can Help

Lady getting ready with towel on her head

Your skin requires a lot of care and attention during the autumn months and a good skin care regimen will keep your skin glowing all year long. There are several ways that you can care for your skin during the autumn.

Moisturise Your Skin During The Autumn

Moisturising skin

Your skin heals and rests while you are sleeping. Growth hormone also increases while you are sleeping, which allows your skin to repair itself. That is why it is essential to moisturise your skin before you go to sleep.

Stay Hydrated

Staying hydrated with water

Staying hydrated will help your skin glow. Dehydration can lead to wrinkles and fine lines. That is why it is essential to keep hydrated. If you find it difficult to drink the recommended eight cups of water, then you can eat foods that have high water content. Watermelon, celery, tomatoes and grapefruit are foods that have a lot of water.

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Use Your Sunscreen

You need to wear sunscreen all year long. You can also use a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15. The sun can still do damage to your skin during the fall months.

Exfoliate Once a Week

The skin is always producing new cells. That is why you will need to exfoliate once a week. When you exfoliate, you encourage cell turnover. Your pores will be clear and have an easier time absorbing the skin care products.

Do not Take Long, Hot Showers

Hot shower

Long, hot showers feel great. However, they can do damage to your skin. You will remove the natural oils from your skin if you take long, hot showers. You should limit your shower time to 10 minutes.

Eat the Rainbow

There are a lot of fresh fruits and vegetables that are not abundant during the autumn months. However, you can still eat dark, leafy green vegetables, squash and sweet potatoes. Those foods will nourish your skin and keep it healthy.

Take a Multivitamin

You should take a multivitamin that has vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin E. Vitamin A can reduce wrinkles. Vitamin C will rejuvenate your skin and keep it firm. Vitamin E will protect your skin from sun damage. It can also protect your cell membranes.


Woman exercising

Regular exercise will increase blood circulation. It will also alleviate stress and bring oxygen to your skin cells. Additionally, sweating helps remove toxins from your skin. These toxins can clog your pores and cause breakouts. Your overall health will also improve if you exercise.

Use Genucel Eye Care Products

Genucel products are manufactured by Chamonix. This is a line of products that have been clinically tested. The products are made out of high-quality ingredients, and they are also known for delivering fast results.

Genucel Plant Stem Cell Therapy is one of the products that you can use. It is designed to reduce bags and puffiness around the eyes. In fact, studies have shown that 95 per cent of people who use this product notice a reduction in fine lines and wrinkles. This product nourishes the skin and, additionally, it can lift droopy eyelids.

Staying in and cosying up indoors doesn’t mean you skimp on your skincare. In fact, you can keep you skin glowing all year long if you follow the above methods and stick to them every day. You will soon start to notice the difference in the quality of your skin.

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