Fall Facial Treat with Eminence Organic Skin Care

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The weather has finally started to turn cold making it feel like Fall. I always change my skincare this time of year. Both for my body and my face. My skin gets dry and a little sensitive/reactive. I break out more and struggle to keep my skin in glowing shape.

Last week I switched to an old favorite. Eminence Organic Skin Care is one of the first lines I used when I started as an Esthetician. I met them at the San Jose skincare show and still use them today. Here are three power products to add to your Fall skincare routine to help combat the cold and dry weather.

Eminence Organic Skin Care

First a good scrub both for your face and body. Dry skin can buildup and create a dull, flat, and patchy appearance. I started using the Eminence Pear and Poppyseed Microderm Polisher. It smells AH-MAZING and feels refreshing. Mix the polisher with an equal amount of water and gently apply to the skin with a circular motion for one to two minutes. I applied a wet gauze mask on top and sat in front of my Dr. Dennis Goss steamer.

On my body, I use Cranberry Pomegranate Sugar Scrub right before I get out of the shower. Again, it smells great and leaves my skin soft.

Pumpkin Latte Hydration Masque also helps keep my skin soft and hydrated during cold months. Think of it as a Pumpkin Spice Latte for your skin! It smells and feels just as cozy. Mix a small amount of product in your hand with a few drops of water and apply evenly over the entire face with fingertips. I leave it on for 10 minutes and rinse off with a warm washcloth. Follow with your favorite moisturizer and serum combo.

Have you tried Eminence Organic Skin Care before? Let me know in a comment below!

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