Skin Care for the Seasons: Five Fun Skincare Finds

Skincare News Magazine spotlights the latest skin care must-haves for the Fall season.

Sacramento, CA, October 11, 2006 --( Skin care and the weather are really dependent on one another and for you makeup and skincare fanatics, knowing what seasonal trends are “in” for the Fall is a must. If you’re not sure if you’re following the right skin care trends this year, look no further, as’s latest article, “A New Season of Skin Care: Five Fun Finds for Fall!” will show you five fun finds you’ll want to get your hands on! 

As the weather gets colder and the colors of the leaves start to change, your skincare routine will need a boost as well. The article explains what colors will make you look fashionably fresh this Fall: 

The seasons are transforming and so should your skin care. As the leaves fall and the weather grows colder, your skin needs a renovated skincare formula that works with the changing elements. Golden colors and fun shimmers are all the rage in makeup right now, and heavy-duty moisturizers are a skincare must have this time of year.                                           

When organizing your daily skin care routine, it’s a must to have a solid skincare base, as the article points out: 

Start your seasonal look with a healthy skincare base. June Jacobs’ Perfect Pumpkin Peeling Enzyme Masque effectively exfoliates and adds skin care nutrients that are naturally found in pumpkins. With its feel-good spice scent and Vitamin A & anti-oxidant ingredients, this is a great skincare add-on for the autumn months. 

There’s also a little skincare know-how in the article that educates readers who may have to take their skin type into consideration before going out to buy makeup and beauty products: 

Matte makeup is a big deal in skin care right now, but if your face is oily or shiny, then your makeup won’t do its job. Skincare beneath the surface has to be at its peak before you start decorating! While most people’s oily skin calms down in the colder months, some still need a little boost of skin care salvation. Check out Molton Brown’s Instant Matte Shine Control for a great undercover shine disabler. It also features an SPF 15, which is vital for skincare on those cloudy days when we forget about the importance of sunscreen. 

According to skin care expert Caroline James, many people think of what colors will be “in” for the changing seasons but they don’t take into account their skincare. “It’s easy to buy a bunch of makeup that will look good, but if you’re not taking care of your skin for the season, you’ll only be doing your skin harm. So it’s wise to keep your skin’s health in mind no matter what season it is.”                                                                   covers all skincare and beauty topics from head to toe. Check out these latest articles that also mention ethnicity and skincare:

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