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Fun Ingredients To Include In Your Fall Skincare Routine

by Muskie

Changing season has a massive impact on the way our skin looks and feels. The skin’s needs in terms of products changes with the change in season. The products we use need to be chosen with care as they not only help your skin stay hydrated in fall but also gets rid of any existing imperfections due to summers. Fall is the best time of the year to start working on our holiday glow and rejuvenate our overexposed summer skin. 

Below we have listed our top 5 super fun fall ingredients that we assure you will leave skin looking radiant in no time.

  1. Cranberry seed oil

Found in all types of skincare products from serums to creams, cranberry seed oil is a light oil that gets absorbed easily into the skin without leaving any oily or sticky after feel. It has a perfect balance of omega 3,6 and 9 fatty acids along with being rich in vitamin A and vitamin E. These ingredients are great at addressing skin issues that arise in fall such as eczema, psoriasis, rosacea and skin inflammation.

  1. Cinnamon essential oil
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Usually found in combination with other essential oils or a standalone essential oil in creams and lotions, the earthy, warm, sweet and spicy aroma of cinnamon essential oil gives a perfect fall vibe. The essential oil is not only known for its uplifting and energizing aroma but is also packed with a number of skin benefits such as increase blood flow, improve skin tone, moisturize the skin, reduce inflammation and acts as an antiseptic some cases. 

  1. Cocoa butter
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Cocoa butter derived from the cocao bean and is one of the most popular butters used during the fall and winter as a hydrator. Along with being an excellent moisturizer, cocoa butter is also an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory powerhouse that reduce and prevent the signs of ageing. It is also known to be effective for certain skin irritations such as eczema and dermatitis. Although it is a lovely ingredient to include in your fall skincare routine, if you have oily skin or are prone to breakout, you might want to skip this one.

  1. Pumpkin seed oil
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Pumpkin seed oil is rich in omega3 and 6 fatty acids, vitamin E, zinc and antioxidants. It is known for retaining moisture in the skin and fighting free radicals which gives the skin a youthful appearance. It helps improve the elasticity of the skin and increases collagen production that is useful in keeping the skin firm. These properties make the pumpkin seed oil ideal for dry, sensitive and mature skin.  

  1. Illipe butter

Illipe butter is an exotic butter derived from nuts which is also similar to shea butter in terms of composition and is high in vitamin A and E. It is known to prevent skin from drying out by locking in moisture, acts as a protective barrier from pollutants and UV rays and penetrates the nutrients deeper into the skin thereby leaving the skin smooth and soft.