Three Skin Care Changes You Should Make In Your 30S

When you're young, it's easy to believe you will look and feel young forever. But as you approach the age of 30, you start to realize that's not a reality. Your face may start showing subtle signs of aging at this point. You may notice little lines and wrinkles towards the outside of your eyes, and maybe even some sun spots on your cheeks. Luckily, there are steps you can take to help minimize the age damage as you continue to grow older. Here are three changes to make to your skin care routine once you enter your 30s.

1. Start using an anti-aging serum.

You may think of anti-aging serum as something for old ladies, but it's actually best to start using these products before you've aged too much! Anti-aging serums contain ingredients like hyaluronic acid, which plumps up your skin and helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Usually, you will apply the serum once a day, before bedtime, either in place of or before your moisturizer. Look for an anti-aging serum, like DermaChic , with a thin consistency and that is easily absorbed into your skin.

2. Wear your sunscreen.

Hopefully you have already been wearing sun protection to guard against skin cancer and other sun damage. If not, then you need to start now. Look for a daytime moisturizer that contains at least SPF 15. This way, you do not have to use both moisturizer and sunscreen; you can just use one product. Use the sunscreen daily, even on days when you don't plan to bake in the sun for hours.

3. Moisturizer more often.

When you are in your 20s, you can often get away with using moisturizer less often since your skin is probably still a little on the oily side. Many people steer away from moisturizers in their 20s because they are still a little afraid of the acne they had in their teens and they're wary that moisturizer may trigger a breakout. But by the time you reach 30, your skin's oil production will probably have slowed down, and you'll be in need of more moisture.

Invest in a good moisturizer from a reputable brand; the $2 version from the pharmacy may not do the trick. Moisturizing now will help prevent wrinkles as you grow older. It will also help keep your makeup from settling into any links and wrinkles you may have, which helps you look younger.

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