Your Anti-Aging Routine Just Got Better, Here Are Skincare Tips for People in Their 30s

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October 6, 2022
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We highly recommend these foolproof skincare tips to delay aging

 

 

Suddenly, reality hits us: We’re no longer in our 20s, and with incriminating evidence to show. We aren't baby-faced and without a care in the world. Skin is lackluster and sagging; prominent frown lines appear; under eyes are as dark as how we take our coffee. Even if we’ve formed a solid routine that works for our skin through the years—many thanks to a lot of trial and error—it may no longer be as effective in our 30s.

 

As the natural aging process of our bodies ensues, the epidermal and dermal layers of skin becomes more fragile. In turn, the natural hyaluronic acid, elastin and collagen in our skin deplete. Both internal and external factors accelerate it, but there are practical ways to delay it.

 

Here are some helpful skincare tips to take care of your skin in your 30s:

 

RELATED: Must-Have Anti-Aging Products for 2021

 

The keyword is prevention

In your 30s, the goal is to preserve skin’s youthfulness and protect it from environmental stressors—physical, chemical and biological—like sun radiation and air pollution. Applying sunscreen religiously safeguards the skin from intense UV rays, delays aging and even decreases hyperpigmentation.

 

Save: Dear Klairs All-Day Airy Sunscreen (P945, Shopee) Splurge: Anessa Perfect UV Sunscreen Mild Gel (P1490, Shopee & Lazada)

 

RELATED: From COSRX to Oxecure, Here Are Must-Shop Face Sunscreens This 2022

 

Introduce multi-purpose products like serum, essence and ampoule

An intricate, multi-step regimen is highly recommended to counteract aging and skin damage from years of sun exposure. Taking corrective and protective measures are needed, like adding more complex skincare products like serums, ampoules and essences that target specific skin concerns like uneven skin tone and texture, fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and acne.

 

Save: Cetaphil Bright Healthy Radiance Perfecting Serum (P1730, Shopee) Splurge: Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Multi Recovery Complex (from P4600 to P6550, Lazada)

 

Say hello to an eye cream

Another step? Hear us out! The delicate area under your eyes, along with your neck, shows aging the earliest. It’s time to introduce a potent eye cream to your everyday routine. Pro-tip: Apply the excess product on your forehead and smile lines—then thank us later!

 

Save: Laneige Water Bank Blue Hyaluronic Eye Cream (P2150, Shopee & Lazada)

Splurge: Drunk Elephant C-Tango Multivitamin Eye Cream (P4000, LOOK at Me)

 

Retinol is your friend

You don’t have to be so afraid of introducing this hero ingredient to your routine. Found in many top-selling skincare products, retinol, the derivative of Vitamin A, is proven to visibly eliminate wrinkles and other evident signs of aging. These over-the-counter retinol serums and creams are gentle enough that they can even be purchased without a prescription!

 

Save: COSRX The Retinol 0.5 Oil and The Retinol 0.1 Cream (P840, Shopee)

Splurge: Kiehl’s Skin-Renewing Daily Micro-Dose Serum (from P1500 to P4950, Lazada)

 

Want to know more about retinol? Here’s a professionally-backed cheat sheet.

 

Pack on the moisture

There’s no doubt that signs of aging manifest more in your 30s. Skin becomes thinner as collagen deteriorates; it also produces less sebum and sweat, which makes it more prone to dryness. Finding more products that pack on moisture is a must!

 

Save: Laneige Perfect Renew Youth Regenerating Cream (P3150, Lazada)

Splurge: Shiseido Vital Perfection Uplifting and Firming Cream Enriched (P6200, Lazada)

 

To add, introducing more elaborate skincare products with antioxidants and other actives can increase collagen and elastin production.

 

RELATED: Discover KORRES, A Space Devoted to Greek Natural Beauty

 

Now, as much as an elaborate, multi-step skincare routine and additional skincare tips can help delay the process of aging, having better self-care practices work just as well like getting more sleep, keeping hydrated and eating healthy! At the end of the day, aging is inevitable. It’s a natural bodily process we learn to embrace along the way.

 

 

Art Matthew Ian Fetalver

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