Autumn Skincare Trends: Upgrade Your Treatments with a Seasonal Touch

As summer comes to a close, autumn is a great transition period to prepare your clients’ skin for winter. During the fall, there will be less moisture in the air, so dry skin is more common. To help prevent the signs of dry skin, med-spa professionals can create custom packages of treatments that are upgraded with seasonal scents and ingredients.

Need ideas? Read below for fall-inspired beauty trends.

Essential Oils

There is nothing better than using the sense of smell to get your client in a festive fall mood.

Using essential oils as part of your treatments can upgrade almost any service that you currently offer. Essential oils are easy to mix into massage oils and lotions, and they are relaxing to the client! You also can heat them up in an oil burner as part of an additional aromatherapy upgrade. Popular scents during the fall season are nutmeg, ginger, and cinnamon. To help stimulate some ideas, review a list of seasonal essential oils here.

Seasonal Ingredients

Several popular autumn ingredients are pumpkin, cinnamon, and cranberry. These ingredients add extra vitamins and minerals to any treatment. For example, pumpkin is chock full of antioxidants like Vitamin A and Vitamin C. You can include these in any treatment to add a seasonal touch.

Exfoliating Scrubs

By using the ingredients mentioned above, you can create your own body scrubs or facial treatments. Exfoliating scrubs help soften dry and damaged skin caused by summer weather. Elements such as brown sugar and sea salt will also help increase circulation to the skin, which can improve the results of endermologie® treatments. Check out seasonal body scrub recipes here.

Have you tried one of these seasonal treatment upgrades? Let us know how much your clients enjoyed it by leaving a comment below or on our Facebook page.

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