Fall Texas

Fall to Central Texans isn’t the same as someone living in a climate that actually experiences the cool crisp temperatures and vibrant colored foliage. Our fall weather really begins somewhere in mid-late October where milder temps begin to take place.

It doesn’t matter which area you live in. The most important thing is getting your skin ready for cooler weather, and the changes you will need to consider as the harsh heat disappears.

Like most people, summer is a time to enjoy the outdoors. Hiking, camping, fishing, beaches, and long days by the pool have, indeed, taken a toll on your skin.

Have you noticed a few spots on your face that suddenly appeared? How about the top of your hands? More freckles on the top of your shoulders? Is your skin feeling parched from all the surf and sun?

Now is the time to address those questions and meet with your skin care professional. Skin health is a major part of overall health. Skin care is a necessity in today’s environment if you want to prevent aging skin.

Start with these ideas:

  • Have an overall body check by your dermatologist
  • Make an appointment for a “fall revival” facial
  • Update your skin care products
  • Schedule a skin health sauna

Flourish is easy to get to since we are centrally located. If you’ve never had a facial, or you’re unsure about what facial to book, we offer a free consultation. Ready to book a treatment? Flourish has online booking for your convenience; if you prefer to speak to someone please give us a call. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about our services.

I look forward to meeting with you and discussing your “fall” skin care regimen!


AUTHOR: Linda Jenkins

Linda earned her skin care license in Austin in 1999 and immediately began working in Austin at a high-end day spa. In 2000, The Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa in Asheville, North Carolina, presented her an impassable opportunity. Her decision to relocate was to gain further experience and share her passion at this renowned historical resort nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains. She had tenure of 12 years with The Grove Park Spa family, four of which she was the Lead Esthetician.