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3 Best Skincare Ingredient Combinations for Fall 3 Best Skincare Ingredient Combinations for Fall

3 Best Skincare Ingredient Combinations for Fall

Try these ingredient combinations to prevent damage and keep your skin glowing as the weather changes

Every year as the weather changes, you might start noticing changes in your skin. Cooler months mean dryer skin and more exposure to harsh elements. Dry skin can cause flakiness, redness, and can also lead to a weakened skin barrier causing damage and premature aging. We wanted to share a few combinations that will keep your skin plump and hydrated in the cooler months.

Vitamin C + Vitamin E

Vitamin C and Vitamin E are a dream due when it comes to skincare because they enhance each other. Vitamin E increases the potency of Vitamin C allowing its collagen boosting and brightening effects to improve your complexion and give you glowing skin. Look for serums like AVYA’s Anti-Aging Power Serum, a potent Vitamin C serum that also contains Vitamins E, A & B12.

Caffeine + Green Chai

You may think of caffeine and green chai as your favorite drinks to warm you up during colder months, but they can also be used topically to tone, protect and rejuvenate your complexion. Both ingredients are antioxidant-rich anti-inflammatories which, when combined, pack a powerful punch in terms of healing and strengthening skin’s barrier - two characteristics that are highly favorable when it comes to a Fall skincare routine. You can layer serums, moisturizers and heavier creams containing these wonder ingredients to lock in moisture and prevent fine lines. 

Retinol + Niacinamide

Retinol is a derivative of vitamin A that boosts skin cell turnover and renewal. This lessens sun damage, increases collagen production, and improves the look of fine lines and wrinkles. 

One of the main issues with retinol is that it can irritate the skin leading to redness and flakiness. That’s where niacinamide swoops in to save the day. This potent Vitamin B derivative can hold up to 1000 times its weight in water, making it the ultimate hydrator. A strong skin barrier is a hydrated one so niacinamide is great for helping balance the side effects of retinol. Try using a niacinamide serum with a thicker moisturizer during colder months.