Skincare Basics for Women Above 30

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Undeniably, it’s a perpetual quest for every woman to aspire towards a shinier and tighter skin. Skin specialists from all over the country report how one of the most asked questions by women is how to achieve gorgeous skin. A majority of these women belong to the age group of 30 and above. In some cases, these are women who also have acne related problems since their teens and now seemingly struggling with the very first sign of wrinkles. While there seems to be no end to stop the ageing process, which is, by all means, is a natural phenomenon, taking good care of the skin goes a long way. Here are a handful of basic tips that every single woman can add to her routine to get the very best results. Read on the find out more.

Food for Your Skin

 

When you reach your 30’s, it becomes utmost necessary for women to lead a healthy lifestyle. With ageing, your skin turns way more susceptible to several harmful effects that arise out of the poor diet as well as dehydration. Hence, sensible eating and consuming a lot of water and giving up on unhealthy habits like smoking can help your skin to breathe freely. Also, adding vitamins as well as antioxidants like that of Vitamin C and E contribute to reducing the stress that in turn is responsible for ageing. Further, it also stimulates the cells to rejuvenate your skin.

The Right Way to Cleanse

The Right Way to Cleanse

 

With age, it becomes all the way more important to adopt a proper cleansing routine for your face. If one has oily skin or a combination of dry and oily attributes, one should resort towards using Ayurvedic body oil or any cleanser that is cream-based. Using a cleanser that’s water-soluble also acts as a good makeup remover. A good way to wash your face is by using the coconut water that can also contribute to taking care of minor skin blemishes. While cleansing is not enough, toning is also necessary for perfect shiny skin, it’s always recommended to use an alcohol-free toner and top it up with a weekly scrubbing routine to prevent skin from undue irritation.

Never Ignore Sun Protection

Never Ignore Sun Protection

 

No matter what age you are, it’s always recommended that you keep your skin protected from the sun.  Direct exposure to the sun tends to make your skin dull and lifeless and takes away the natural glow. Using sunscreen is highly recommended to escape the violent UV rays that cause excessive damage to one’s skin. While it’s good to use a sunscreen that has a higher SPF rating, it’s not always recommended. A standard SPF 30 can do the job real goof if you use it daily whenever you choose to step out in the sun. However, those who have lighter skin will tend to burn faster compared to those who have darker skin tones. Also, resort to using the sunscreen at least 15-20 minutes before you move out of your house and if possible keep applying the same at an interval of 3 hours at the minimum. If you have oily skin, always opt for a sunscreen that is gel-based and switch with cream bases as well to heighten the impact. While you choose to apply sunscreen on your face, don’t ignore your hands as they are also equally exposed in the sun when you walk. Interestingly, your hands are the very first place to spot signs of ageing.

Moisturizing is the Keyword

 Moisturizing is the Keyword

 

When you hit your 30’s, your skin becomes more dry and dehydrated. Hence, you rescue lay in the form of moistures and serums. But, it is of utmost importance that one understands the subtle difference between creams and serums. Creams contain molecules that are much bigger than serums in comparison. In other words, it means a moisturizer can’t seem to penetrate your skin as deep as a serum does. Serums contribute to bringing more nutrients to your skin compared to creams that only work to hydrate the superficially. Anyone who’s reportedly having a particular skin condition like dark spots or pigmentation is more susceptible towards several signs of early ageing.  In such cases, using a serum is highly recommended. On the other hand, if your skin works best with a regular moisturizer, there is no need to switch over to serums.

Using Anti-ageing Creams

Using Anti-ageing Creams

 

Anti ageing skins typically contain a plethora of active ingredients like that of Peptides, Alpha Hydroxyl Acids, Retinol, CoQ, Vitamin C and a host of other nutrients that work to boost elastin and collagen levels from deep within. Among all such major ingredients, it’s only Retinol that contributes the most for cellular turnover through exfoliation which in turn effectively works to reduce wrinkles lines. Serums that are rich in Vitamin C are also highly recommended to improve one’s complexion and address elasticity issues, hydrate skins and reverse any effects from continuous sun exposure, along with natural skin tone.

Are you someone who’s struggling to better your skin in your 30’s? Please feel free to drop us a line below and follow the above-mentioned tips to gain maximum benefit.

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