The time during which one season changes with another always requires some changes in our daily skin care routine. This is because we need to help our skin adapt successfully to the new environmental conditions without losing its look.
Autumn is a transitional period during which our skin, accustomed to the summer heat, begins to recover, adapting to other conditions such as cold wind, lack of sun, more serious daily temperature differences and other environmental factors, so that at a later stage to successfully adapt and cope with the coming winter cold weather.
Darker skin often contains more melanin than lighter skin. Melanin producing cells may be more susceptible to the effects of inflammation and injury, which may be more noticeable in dark skin than in light skin. It’s not to say that darker skin is more difficult to treat, but there are certain concerns that are more frequent and more severe on darker skin and should be considered.
Establishing a good skin care routine can help keep darker skin bright, supple, and clear.
As well as performing a gentle daily routine and adopting a healthful diet, people with dark skin should aim to avoid using products that contain harsh chemicals and fragrances.
Specific skin issues, such as acne and dark spots, benefit from swift treatment and preventative techniques.
To prevent the formation and worsening of dark spots and more serious health concerns such as skin cancer, experts recommend that people of all skin complexions use sunblock with at least an SPF of 30 or higher every day.