Well-being | Our tips for finding comfort during the fall
The days are getting shorter, becoming rainy and windy… autumn is on its way! This change of season can cause a little bit of stress and fatigue on the body, which sometimes has trouble adapting. Moreover, this is also the case for your skin and hair, which often have difficulty withstanding the drop in temperature and humidity. Very quickly, your complexion and your hair take on a dull and dry appearance to your greatest dismay! We have therefore dug up for you a list of simple and effective tips to adopt, to help you keep in shape all fall.
Eat seasonal fruits and vegetables
To prepare your body to face the fall and then the winter, a food detox is never unavoidable! In times of transition, it is important to stock up on vitamins by adapting your diet. Prioritize seasonal vegetables and fruits such as lemon, kiwi, pomegranate, red blueberries, pumpkin, artichokes and cabbage in your diet for a boost of energy and radiance.
Strengthen the immune defenses
With the cold always comes the first colds. To avoid this, it is advisable to strengthen your immunity with foods but also food supplements rich in vitamin C.
Stay active by exercising
It is true that with the days getting shorter and the weather getting colder, there is less desire to go out to play sports. But instead of staying camouflaged under your duvet, force yourself to move a little by, for example, jogging or going to the gym. This boosts well-being and brightens the mood. Especially since sport is effective in combating back-to-school stress.
We have also written an article on sport and acne that will make you change your mind!
Sleep at least 8 hours a day
To stay in shape during the fall, it is also important to sleep well. The rest that sleep provides helps maintain physical and moral fitness. It should be noted that lack of sleep has serious repercussions on health. This can be seen directly on the appearance of the skin, which becomes dull, fragile and damaged.
Take care of your skin
The skin is the largest organ, it is like a covering for the body. She is the first to suffer external aggression. After sunburn and summer heat, the skin becomes dry and dehydrated . With the first cold snaps, you will expose yourself to chapped skin. Indeed, autumn can have many impacts on the skin:
- Wind and rain promote skin sensitivity and irritation
- The cold can dry out and dehydrate the skin.
- Low humidity is a source of many skin problems like eczema
- Drier weather also promotes overproduction of sebum and very quickly you can experience clogged pores and acne breakouts.
For this, you must adopt a good beauty ritual adapted to the season. It is important to cleanse the skin gently to avoid further aggression. You can cleanse your skin morning and evening with our high tolerance micellar water . Once a week, you can gently exfoliate the skin with our exfoliating gel combining mechanical exfoliation and enzymatic exfoliation. Finally, it is important to generously moisturize the skin so that it can face the drop in temperature in the best conditions.
And for more information, read our article on the routine to adopt during the fall !