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If you aren't already drinking pumpkin spice lattes and unpacking those tweeds and turtlenecks, rest assured that breezy temps are well on their way. Along for the ride, of course, is a drop in humidity, which means there's less moisture in the air to hydrate your skin.

To keep those delicate layers soft and supple, it's time to switch from the lightweight consistencies of summer, à la emulsions and soap gels, to creamier and more nourishing products for the colder months, recommended New York-based dermatologist Dr. Rosemarie Ingleton. If you have oily or sensitive skin and concerned about breakout, opt for "oil-free, super-lightweight moisturizers that provide substantive moisture. Put on lotion and exfoliate less," she added.

Confused on what to stock up on? Let Hollywood's biggest beauty pros and influencers guide you with their favorite seasonal picks.

ESC, Fall Skin Guide

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Colbert MD Tone Control Facial Discs, $75; Tata Harper Concentrated Brightening Serum, $220; Boscia Enlivening Amino-AG Eye Treatment, $38
"I'm loving products that even out skin tone! The summer sun and heat brings out discolorations, which makes for blotchiness and enlarged pores. I also make sure to use an eye cream as temps drop." –Tina Turnbow, makeup artist to celebs like Laura Prepon and Keri Russell

Kate Somerville Deep Tissue Repair, $150; Kiehl's Creme de Corps, $75
"As the weather gets colder, my moisturizer gets thicker." –Carly Cristman, lifestyle vlogger

Olay Regenerist Luminous Facial Olay, $25.99-$33.99; Babor Vita Balance Lipid Plus Oil, $82; Sisley Paris Black Rose Precious Face Oil, $235
"I definitely change skin care depending on the season. I like to go for dry oils and super-hydrating products for fall because skin naturally tends to get flaky and dry." –Julianne Kaye, makeup artist to celebs like Tia Mowry and Kate Hudson

ESC, Fall Skin Guide

Kailey Strachan for E! Online

Caudalile Divine Oil, $49
"I have switched over entirely to oils for fall. I use Tata Harper's face oil during the day and Caudalile Divine Oil before bed." –Ashley Rebecca, makeup artist to celebs like Jared Leto

African Botantics Pure Marula Oil, $80; Kate Somerville Daily Deflector Waterlight Broad Spectrum 50+ PA+++ Anti-Aging Suncreen, $48; Grown Alchemist Hydra-Repair Day Cream, $35; SK-II Facial Treatment Mask, $135; La Mer The Moisturizing Soft Cream, $310
"I'm obsessed with African Botantics Pure Marula Oil. My skin soaks it right up, and it is amazing for preventing dryness that will inevitably occur during fall. And sunscreen always, just because it's fall and the weather is cooling down doesn't mean you can stop wearing it!" –Shae Marie of Peace Love Shae