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6 Ways to Tweak Your Redhead Skincare Routine This Fall

For Happy, Healthy Skin This Redhead-Season

For lots of redheads, we have to learn about skincare and makeup through trial and error. This leads to many redheads using products that aren’t right for their skin and may cause skin irritation. If you’re ready to make some changes to your redhead skincare routine, use these tips to make it more ‘Redhead Friendly’.

1. Opt for a creamy face wash

Creamy cleansers are soft and gentle on sensitive skin and will keep your face hydrated when washing. Some of our favorites include Earth Science A-D-E Creamy Fruit Oil Face Cleanser and PCA Skin Creamy Cleanser.

Earth Science A-D-E Creamy Fruit Oil Face Cleanser: $32

2. Add in Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a great way to keep your skin looking radiant and healthy. You can add Vitamin C into your routine in a number of ways including a Vitamin C serum, a Vitamin C cleanser like the Murad Environmental Shield Essential Cleanser or even a Vitamin C moisturizer

La Roche-Posay Pure Vitamin C Face Serum: $40

3. Get a silk pillowcase

Not only are silk pillowcases great for keeping your skin clear and pores clog-free, but they will also help to keep your red hair from frizzing and tangling!

4. Try using niacinamide

For overall improved skin health in a ‘Redhead-Friendly’ way, try using Niacinamide which has numerous benefits for your skin.

5. Use sensitive skin-friendly retinol

Retinol is a great way to keep skin looking youthful and elastic, but it can be harsh on sensitive skin. Try a sensitive skin-friendly product like the PCA Skin Retinol Treatment for Sensitive Skin or even a plant-based retinol alternative.

PCA Skin Retinol Treatment for Sensitive Skin: $115

6. Always use SPF

As a redhead, one of the most important things you can do for your skin is to apply SPF every single day. Sunburn and sun damage can occur year-round and redheads are already at an increased risk of skin cancer

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: The Best Age to Start a Regular Redhead Skincare Routine

READ: Are You a Redhead New to Skincare? Here Are 10 Products to Get You Started