Every age, every moment we live, what we learn and our changes… All of them are more valuable and beautiful than the other. It is also quite natural for the lines that appear on our face with age, the crow’s feet that appear when we laugh, or the formation of lines on the lip edges over time. Of course, this naturalness does not mean that we will not have healthy skin. A healthy, vibrant, glowing skin can change everything from your self-confidence to your energy.
Especially in the 30s, the skin needs special attention and care for reasons such as the decrease in some vitamins and minerals in the skin and the decrease in the level of collagen. This is a great time to give due consideration to your skin’s needs and changes.
Watch your water consumption
One of the most important things for a healthy skin and even a healthy life is water. Water helps nutrients circulate throughout the body, removes toxins, and moisturizes skin cells. If your first thing in the morning is to drink coffee, you should make it a habit to drink 1-2 glasses of water while brewing coffee. You can also help strengthen your digestive system by squeezing some lemon into your water some mornings. In addition to all these, water is also very effective in cleaning the skin from the outside, so be sure to drink water often during the day.
have a good sleep
The body’s blood circulation accelerates during sleep, bringing nutrients and oxygen to the skin cells. At night, repair begins all over the body, including the skin. For this reason, it is very important to moisturize and clean the skin before going to bed at night. When we don’t get enough sleep, cortisol levels can rise and it brings with it some problems as the skin is faced with stress. Swollen eyes, pale skin, and dull skin are often signs of not getting enough sleep. If it is repeated, swelling and darkness, especially under the eyes, may become permanent. The recommended sleep time for adults is at least eight hours. It is useful to take care to establish a good sleep routine
Bed linen selection is important.
Invest in a good satin or silk pillowcase. Said to be beneficial in reducing the appearance of fine lines on your face, these sheaths also smoothen hair and help you wake up in the morning with frizz-free hair. Also, satin or silk absorbs less moisture from your skin than a cotton pillowcase.
Use eye cream
The area around the eyes is the first wrinkled area due to the lack of sebaceous glands and the sensitive skin there. Try applying a moisturizer or anti-aging eye cream to the corner of the eye every night. If you do this by gently tapping the corners of your eyes with your fingers, you can also speed up the blood circulation in that area.
Don’t forget the humidifier
Skin type can change with age. If you have very oily skin, it may not become as oily as before, or your dry skin may not feel as dry as before. Therefore, it is useful to observe yourself and choose your moisturizer according to your skin type.
Be sure to apply the moisturizer your choice after you wake up in the morning and clean your skin, before and after make-up and before going to bed at night.
Protect from the sun
If you haven’t paid much attention to sun protection until you reach your 30s, you may face some damage caused by the sun on your skin. For damage such as color changes on the skin and more pronounced lines, you need to protect your skin 2 times more from the sun and make a habit of using vitamin C. In addition, you should make it a habit to use your sunscreen cream not only when you go out to the sun in the summer, but also in the winter season.