Expert Skin Care tips for People in Their 30’s

Skin Care Tips for People in their 30's.

Early 30s can bring about many unanticipated changes, in both men and women. Your features might harden, you might find yourself at the receiving end of comments like, “you don’t smile as much anymore” or you might feel very disheartened and often, shot down. Dr Patel, UK’s leading Aesthetician is here to provide expert skin care tips for people in their 30’s

First off, let’s start with how your skin is different now, to in your 20s. During your 30s, your hormone levels start to decrease and the rate of collagen and elastin production lowers, cell turn-over becomes slower during your thirties and skin doesn’t bounce back as it once did.

How you looked after your skin previously will play a part in the ageing process and you’re certainly not on your own if you’ve maybe been a little careless with your complexion. Moreover, exposure to chemical-based products and pollution leads to further deterioration of the skin. Your skin may lose its natural sheen, and that could add to extra stress, and we all very well know what stress can do to our skin. Is there anything that you can do to reverse the changes, perhaps yes. Skin

Troubles in your 30s:  If fine lines weren’t enough to deal with, you may also find that your skin is either newly dry or oily. Hormones are one of the biggest contributors to these problems, especially in women. The majority of hormonal changes start around the age of 30. When female reproductive hormones levels begin to taper off and lead to thinning hair and undesirable skin conditions. The level of human growth hormones begins to drop which leads to increased breaking of collagen production, giving way to dull and droopy skin.

However, all is not lost here – there are plenty of high power products that can combat dehydrated skin and rebalance your complexion. There are plenty of treatments and products out there to help restore and repair your skin. You can have great skin at any age, it’s just as you get older, you have to be a little better at looking after it.

Skin Care Tips for people to look fabulous in their 30’s: To stay gorgeous through your 30s and after, follow these 8 simple steps:

1. Cleansing – Cleanse your skin each morning and make sure to remove all makeup and cleanse again before bedtime. This allows the skin to perform its essential protective and renewal functions well. Always use products suggested by your dermatologist as there are many products available in the market and picking the right can be confusing.

2. Exfoliate – Exfoliate at night rather than in the day. Overnight skin is in renewal mode and removing dead skin skin prior to bedtime enhances the skin’s function. Exfoliate gently, just to remove dead skin and if your skin is oily or you’ve got acne then exfoliating twice a week should be sufficient.

3. Protect – SPF is essential at any age and imperative if you want to delay the ageing process. You should be using one daily and how much you need will obviously depend on your skin type and your UV exposure. Protect your skin during the day by combining an antioxidant serum or Vitamin C serum with sun screen as they enhance each other. Be sure to apply the sunscreen first.

4. Stay hydrated – Make sure that the skin is not dehydrated. Don’t spend more than 5 minutes in the shower and use lukewarm water. Use a moisturizing body wash as acts as a protective moisture barrier for the skin.

6.  Moisturize – Apply your creams in a system of the lightest fluid first. So serum, moisturiser and then SPF. That way, the most liquid formula will penetrate first, and the other layers will sit on top to nourish and protect. If you’re SPF is fairly hydrating you can always skip the moisturiser.

7. Drink water – Drink plenty of water to also stay hydrated internally. Add lemon or lime juice for an extra boost. Eat a healthy and high-fiber diet and workout for at least 15-20 daily.

8. Stay stress free – Of course that’s easier said than done but indulging in a hobby of ones choice works wonders for the skin.