Fall is officially here, which means your skin is depleted of moisture and nutrients from the summer sun. What’s more is that with colder weather on the rise, hot showers and the use of central heating systems become inevitable lifestyle changes for the season. Your skin helps to regulate body temperature by detecting hot and cold conditions. As the weather drops in temperature, so does the moisture in the air and your skin needs time to adapt to the change. The result? Rough, dry, flaky skin. If you’re prone to eczema or other dry skin issues, these conditions become much worse.