October 06, 2011 17:51 ET

Autumn Skincare Current Trends: "" Presents a List of Helpful Tips for Fall Moisturizers

SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwire - Oct 6, 2011) - Women differ greatly in their skin types, which means that choosing the right moisturizer for fall can be a difficult task.'s latest article, "The Fall Switch-Up Part 3: Your Ideal Autumn Moisturizer," helps women find the moisturizer that's perfect for their skin -- one that isn't too heavy, doesn't trigger acne and provides just the right amount of hydration.

Finding the right moisturizer starts with identifying skin type. Skin that's dry all year long will need intensive hydration in fall and winter. An ideal product will act as a barrier between the skin and cold environmental conditions. Oil-based emollients and facial oils are good choices, but which products are light enough in texture to use on a daily basis without clogging the pores?

Women with frequent breakouts and stubborn blackheads might be wary of trying a more hydrating product this season, but forgoing moisturizer will only irritate the skin and possibly lead to more breakouts. How can women with acne-prone skin find moisturizers that are lightweight and don't contribute to clogged pores?

Aging skin is especially susceptible to environmental damage, as the glands produce less oil. Skin that is wrinkled and shows signs of aging like sunspots is probably dehydrated and needs extra moisture. Women concerned about aging should find products that, in addition to hydrating skin, also minimize fine lines and wrinkles. What ingredients will help with all of these concerns?

Find answers to all these questions and much more on moisturizers and seasonal skincare products, including how to address oily and combination skin, at consistently covers all skincare and beauty topics from head to toe. Check out these latest articles:

Create a Smoky Eye That's Office Appropriate

It's no secret that smoky eyes are alluring and flirtatious, but how can a woman take that red carpet look to the office? While many love the Egyptian look, elongated eyes outlined in severe liner aren't exactly appropriate for every day. Instead, learn how to create a modern, daytime version of this classic look by choosing smoky shades and applying them like an expert.

Skincare & Beauty FAQ Handbook - Part 14: Skincare Routine & Lifestyle

A well-rounded beauty routine goes beyond a good cleanser and moisturizer. Knowing how and when to use products, as well as essential lifestyle tips like the potential damage of cigarettes and coffee, are keys to beautifully healthy skin. Learn the ins and outs of exfoliation, the truth about moisturizing and important facts about lifestyle choices and age-specific skincare. Find out more about creating an effective skincare routine in Chapter 14 of's FAQ Handbook.

Enzyme Exfoliation 101

People may cleanse, tone and moisturize like clockwork, but many haven't tapped into the benefits of exfoliation. Exfoliants help get rid of dead, dry and dull skin cells that can build up on skin. For those already familiar with exfoliation, they might automatically think of scrubs like pulverized walnut shells, oatmeal or lactic and glycolic acid. But there's another lesser-known class of exfoliators that's growing in popularity for its gentle effectiveness: enzymes. Read on to learn why enzyme exfoliants are a good choice for all skin types.

Antioxidants That Boost Your Skin - Part 1

Looking to stave off signs of aging or skin damage or reduce them? Antioxidants offer unique skin benefits. Here's how antioxidants like alpha lipoic acid, coenzyme Q10 and green tea extract can help. Exposure to harsh elements like UV rays, smoke and pollution can produce skin-damaging free radicals, which lead to lines, wrinkles and spots -- and even harm the health of skin. Fortunately, recruiting antioxidants -- like alpha lipoic acid, coenzyme Q10 and green tea extract -- into skincare routines can help stave off some signs of aging and damage.

5 Common Skin Care Remedies Revealed

Certain skin care treatments have withstood the test of time and are passed down from generations, but that doesn't guarantee that they're actually effective. Unfortunately, that's the case with the five supposed skin care solutions presented here. Learn why these solutions aren't successful (some can even damage the skin!), what to do instead and where to find more information.

Not Just Wrinkles: Other Ways Skin Changes With Age

Lines and wrinkles aren't the only changes skin experiences as people get older. The skin can do funny things with age -- wrinkle, develop spots, sag and thin. It can also produce other bothersome issues. But there's good news: With proper care and attention, people can keep skin feeling and looking well throughout life. Here's a list of three changes and how to combat each concern.

About -- "Your Source for Intelligent Skin Care" is the online source for consumers seeking intelligent beauty and skin care news, advice, tips and articles. Founded in 2005, features articles, news items and frequently asked questions on skincare and beauty-related issues. is located in Sacramento, California, but receives visitors from all around the world. For more information, visit

Contact Information