Fall’s sweater weather brings a season of comfort, but the crisp days may cause your skin to act out. With the changing seasons, you can expect your skin to transition too, and you’ll need to adjust your skin care routine accordingly.
According to the four experts we spoke with, the major thing to look out for is dry skin. “Hot showers, cold winds and blazing furnaces are the culprits behind dehydrated skin,” says celebrity esthetician and dermatological nurse Natalie Aguilar. “In the fall, humidity levels tend to drop, and the winds become cool and crisp, which may lead one