Skin Care Tips for Your 30s

Ideally, you want to start an anti-aging skin care routine before you start noticing fine lines and wrinkles. When you reach your 30s, it is the perfect time to begin preventative care for aging. Below are some tips from our Denver skin clinic on how to care for your skin in your 30s.

Start Using Retinol Products: Retinol is one of the most popular over-the-counter anti-aging treatments available. It helps promote collagen production, speed cell turnover, and brighten up your complexion. Look for moisturizers and serums with this ingredient to incorporate into your routine.

Add Eye Creams to Your Routine: If you do not use them already, now is the time to add a high-quality eye cream to your daily or nightly routine. The skin is thin around your eyes and is the first place signs of aging will appear. It is also very prone to dryness, so a moisturizer will do wonders for this area.

Do Not Forget Your Neck: The skin on your neck is also very thin and easily shows signs of aging. Whatever products are being used on your face should also now be applied to your neck and chest. Definitely do not skip the sunscreen!

Eat a Healthy Diet: Fruits and vegetables are all full of healthy carotenoids that give our skin a bright and youthful look. Eating a well-balanced and healthy diet can do wonders for your skin, as can regular exercise.

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