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How to Get your Skin Ready for Fall

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This post is sponsored by Cetaphil®” or “This post is sponsored by Cetaphil®. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

The summer has been pretty harsh on my skin with all the sun and all the sweating. I want to get it back to good shape for fall. Cetaphil sent me a ton of products to help me get it back into good shape for fall. The gentle power of Cetaphil makes me feel Beautiphil™ and Wonderphil™ and ready to take on back to school.

Cetaphil April-GolightlyHow to Get your Skin Ready for Fall

I start my morning routine with Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser. This is perfect for everyday use. I use it in the morning and at night to remove surface oils, dirt, and makeup. It does not strip my skin, so it does not feel tight or dry.

Cetaphil Cleanser Routine

To keep my skin moist at night and in the morning, I use the Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion. It is non-greasy, non–irritating and non–comedogenic (won’t clog pores). The special ingredients are proven to bind water to skin and help prevent moisture loss.

Since my skin is so oily, I have to clean my face a few times throughout the day. I use the Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Clothes once per day to take my makeup off and redo my makeup. It will leave skin feeling fresh and clean without drying out or disturbing skin’s natural pH balance.

The Cloths are perfect for on the go when you want to gently clean your face. They thoroughly remove makeup and dirt with a mild, soap-free formula that cleanses without irritation. It won’t strip skin of its natural protective oils or emollients. They are also approved for use near eyes as they are Fragrance-free, and ophthalmologist tested.

Cleaning your face on the go

 

The cloths are also perfect for when you don’t have the energy to wash your face in the evening or if you want to protect your hair from water.

 

There are different products for all kinds of skin types like normal and combination skin, dry skin, oil and acne-prone skin.

 

Cetaphil Cleansing Cloths

How to Get your Baby’s Skin Ready for Fall

I am super excited about the new skin products for babies. I have been using them daily at bathtime on my little munchkin. I have been using the Cetaphil Baby Wash & Shampoo on her hair. It is specially formulated with calming organic calendula extract, derived from the marigold flower and used for centuries to soothe sensitive and irritated skin.

Cetaphil baby

 

Then I use the Cetaphil Baby Ultra Moisturizing Wash to clean off her body. This rich lathering wash contains ⅓ baby lotion and is designed to leave a baby’s skin soft and smooth. It also contains calming organic calendula extract, derived from the marigold flower and used for centuries to soothe sensitive and irritated skin.

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After I take the baby out of the bath and dry her off, I use Cetaphil Baby Moisturizing Oil to moisturize her skin. It’s formulated with calming organic calendula extract and sweet almond oil and sunflower oil to nurture and soothe. Before I put on the diaper, I use the Diaper Cream to soothe diaper rash.

Cetaphil Baby

I have been using both the Cetaphil Baby Moisturizing Oil after the shower all over my body and the Baby Daily Lotion before bed. It sinks into the skin quickly and does not dry it out like other moisturizers do.

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All the Baby Products are:

Contains calming organic calendula extract
Paraben free
Colorant-free
Mineral Oil free
Hypoallergenic
Dermatologist tested

Is your skin ready for fall? What are you doing to prepare your skin for the change in temperature?

This post is sponsored by Cetaphil®. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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3 thoughts on “How to Get your Skin Ready for Fall”

  1. Cetaphil lotion is great! I honestly haven’t tried any other of their products, but if they’re as great as the lotion than they must be amazing. xoxo

  2. I think I need to try this brand out. I’ve developed a sensitivity to the cleanser I’ve been using for the past year so maybe this will work better for me!

  3. I’ve heard so much about cetaphil, but I haven’t tried it yet. So glad you shared it. I certainly don’t like my skin during the cool season.

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