The transition from soaking in sun and humidity to bearing cool and windy temperatures can wreak havoc on your skin. Take note of these products and tips that will help your skin make a seamless transition through seasonal changes.

alba sea salt scrub

Reinvigorate and replenish

Exfoliate summer-stressed skin while locking in moisture with sea salt body scrubs that are soaked in oils, like Alba Botanica Sea Salt Body Scrub (Soap.com, $12). These two-in-one products pull double duty by buffing and detoxing dull skin and sealing it with oils like jojoba, macadamia, avocado and sweet almond, to soften and hydrate your skin. Or, try Origins Salt Rub® (Origins, $35), with sea salts to scrub your skin, kukui nut oil to replenish it and spearmint and rosemary to reinvigorate it.

Nouriva repair

Pamper your feet

Since your feet get more air time in summer, (between peep toes, sling-backs and sandals), it's easy to be aware of how much love they need to stay lovely while they're on display. However, when seasons change and your feet get tucked away into closed-toed shoes and boots, they sometimes get neglected. Pamper your feet to help them through seasonal changes so they don't fall victim to dry skin and cracked heels. Try Nouriva Repair Moisturizing Cream (Dermstore.com, $19) to keep feet (and hands) soft and hydrated. Layer a good repair cream with a cozy pair of socks before you go to bed every night and come summertime, your feet will look like winter never hit them!

spf moisturizer

Don't ditch sunscreen after Labor Day!

Continue to make sunscreen a key ingredient in your skincare routine well beyond summer. Just because sunny skies are being replaced by clouds and cooler temperatures, you're still at risk for sun damage. In fact, 70 to 80 percent of the sun's rays go through clouds and fog. This fall, look for products that will protect and moisturize, like DeVita Solar Protective Moisturizer SPF 30+ (DevitaSkincare.com, $26). It's an all-natural, super lightweight moisturizing daytime cream and sunscreen in one. Plus, it's EWG approved, paraben-free and doesn't contain GMOs.

Cerave

Moisturize every morning

Few things are more important in a beauty regimen than keeping skin moisturized. Moisturizers like CeraVe® (Drugstore.com, $13), that provide all-day moisturizing with a single application, can save your skin and save you time. It's noncomedogenic, non-irritating and fragrance-free, so you can feel good about slathering in this moisturizer in the morning and letting it work for you throughout the day!

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