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Skincare Tips for Women in Their 30s

In your 30s, you may be thinking that skincare is too early and you must hold it until you’re in your 40s, but not. Preventive care, we think, is much better than to cure the problem, including fine lines and wrinkles, when they’re already visible. Read the following for a guide and some tips, including using a face cream for women in their 30s.

What to Remember for 30s Skincare

Women in their 30s must not only be paying attention to using just about any face creams on the market. As early as now, the focus must be preventing sun damage and treating adult acne, to name a few. For instance, adult acne affects many women in their 30s.  And for it, you must be considering the regular use of deep-cleaning products, especially at this stage that women have combination skin for hormonal imbalances, pollution and stress from home or work.

Skincare Strategies for Women in Their 30s

Cleansing

As said, the focus now is on not only using face wrinkle cream but also cleansing. One of the best ways to keep your skin feeling fresh and clean is using a cleansing product in the morning. At this stage, you must use a mild versus a medicated facial cleanser to avoid ruining your skin’s barrier, or its protection from external irritants. You may want to find a detoxifying formula that contains vitamin C, which is able to neutralize free radicals that speed skin aging and cause wrinkle formation.

But then, don’t think that washing your face is only in the morning, as it must also be done at night before bed, especially for removing makeup. You should wash your face before sleeping to get rid of the dirt, grime and excess oil on your face.

Protecting the skin with sunscreen

This is necessary in every skincare routine. You must not skip applying sunscreen protection on your face before going out the sun and then reapplying if you are more active or after a workout.

See to it you’re finding a sunscreen lotion or face cream with SPF 30 or higher and can provide coverage for both UVA and UVB rays, or that will provide full spectrum coverage.

Exfoliating

Exfoliation is an essential part of any skincare routine, just like using a wrinkle cream.  An exfoliating formula gets rid of dead skin cells to increase cell turnover or the surfacing of new skin cells for that youthful glow. However, don’t overdo with the exfoliation, and you must only do it for up to twice per week, or else you will just be stripping natural oils. For exfoliation, you may use a retinoid formula or alternatively a glycolic acid if you cannot take the sting from the former.

Additional tips for 30s skincare

  1. Clean and wash your face in the morning and evening.
  2. Avoid products with harsh chemicals that would cause irritation and rashes, especially if you have sensitive skin.
  3. Regularly use a sunscreen product, either a light or a heavy formula for sun protection, even on a cloudy day. Also, see to it you’re applying it before makeup.
  4. Apply moisturizing skin creams in the morning and before bed.
  5. If you’re acne-prone, use oil-free products.
  6. Remove makeup at night.

Follow these tips and keep skin problems at bay in your 30s. Finally, pick your skincare products, including an aging cream, carefully for the best results. Learn more about 30s skincare today!

Rex Melville MBBS FRCP is an experienced Genito-Urinary (Sexual Health) Physician, and is delighted to be a new member of the London Dermatology CentreTM team.He is fully accredited with the GMC, having graduated with Honours as MBBS from Monash University (Australia), and gained Fellowship of the Australasian chapter of Sexual Health Medicine. After arrival in the UK, in 1994 he took up the post of Lead Consultant Physician in Sexual Health and HIV at Whipps Cross Hospital, London, where he continues to work.
Rex will offer patients high quality consultations, testing and treatments for a wide variety of STDs (Sexually Transmitted Infections). He also has experience in advising those with various sexual concerns and symptoms, whether they have erectile difficulties, skin problems affecting the genitals or chronic pain or discharge. And of course confidentiality is assured. He is also highly qualified to fully manage HIV infection, and offer testing for this and other infections such as Hepatitis B.

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