The Skin Care Products That You Need In Your 30’S

They say the 30s is the new 20s. The 30s is when your skin starts showing up all the negligence you may have had given your skin. Damage apart, if you aren’t vigilant of the signs developing, your skin will suffer a lot. Pay attention to the signs. These signals will also guide you in developing a skin care regime.

Wanna know about all the skin care products that you need in your 30s. Then keep reading…

Sunscreen

You may have been using a sunscreen, but now is the time to step up your skincare routine. Skin in the 30s is prone to lines and spots. Protect your skin with a sunscreen with an SPF of a minimum of 30. Do read its ingredients. It must have zinc oxide and titanium dioxide. In it Zinc oxide protects against UVA rays and titanium dioxide provides protection against UVB rays. Most of the sunscreens lack zinc oxide. Your skin requires protection against both. So pick wisely.

Collagen Booster

In your 30s, collagen production slows down. Problems like dullness, dryness, puffiness around the eyes and loss in some skin radiance take place. Hence a collagen booster in the form of retinoid is what your skin needs. These contain vitamin A. It controls acne and pigment formation. Flaking and redness may be experienced, but it’s temporary. A safer alternative is available in the form of peptides. These trigger an immune response to build collagen.

Eyes

Well, we are talking about the skin around the eyes. It get’s drier as we age. The primary reason behind it is that the skin around the eyes is sans any oil glands. Eyes are perhaps the first place to show any sign of aging – crow’s feet being the first ones. Though hyaluronic acid filler injections are an option but are slightly expensive. Opt for an eye cream. Puffiness can be cured with caffeine-containing eye cream. For lines, an eye cream containing antioxidants, peptides and hyaluronic acid is the best bet.

Anti-Pigment Formation Creams

Pigmentation is a common problem in the 30s. And that is pigmentation. It could be in the form of sun spots, melasma patches during pregnancy, spawned stains and dullness. This pigment formation can be tackled with a product that contains kojic acid, arbutin, soy, licorice, arbutin and linoleic acid. Dermatologists suggest using them in the form of concentrated serum form.

Face Peel

Applying a face mask every week is something most of the women indulge in. But instead, a facial peel will help you in treating a lot of problems – large pores, wrinkles, and redness. This improves the tone and texture of the skin. The magic ingredient contained in it includes glycolic acid and retinol. Glycolic acid does chemical exfoliation and retinol is a skincare essential. It can be applied in a simple manner. Slather. Allow it to dry. Wipe off.

The Right Day And Night Moisturizer

A moisturizer is a must in every skin care routine. A day moisturizer should be light and of SPF 30. A hydrating and soothing moisturizer is what will keep your skin soft and supple. Also, when you wear makeup over it, it doesn’t feel cakey. Apply on all parts of your body generously.
Pick a separate night cream as night is the time to rejuvenate your skin. The ingredients you must look for in the cream should include – retinol, fatty acids, hyaluronic acid and green tea. Glycerin and antioxidants (Vitamin A, C and E). Do not use products that have too high fragrance.

Anti-aging cream

This is one product that you can start in your 30s, if not earlier. It will add to the health of your skin. Even better, buy one that contains natural ingredients. Lifecell skin care cream is the kind of anti-aging cream you should pick to maintain the youthfulness of your skin.

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Rebecca Dawson is a rabid health and fitness aficionado. She is skin expert, sports lover and a fitness enthusiast who believes in healthy living. Her inspiration lies in all those things that are healthy and natural. She loves to share her knowledge about skincare, health, and fitness.

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