Skincare in your 30s

When we hit our 30s, it is possible that skin can already begin to lose some of its elasticity, and it may begin to show some fine lines and wrinkles. But don’t get too caught up about it! This decade is all about gaining confidence, and embracing your true self, your true beauty. If you are taking good care of yourself, and your skin, your face is going to evolve naturally and beautifully. However, it’s time to tweak your skincare regimen and add in some antioxidants to prevent free-radical damage, and perhaps a really good anti-inflammatory to ward off redness, puffiness and imbalances.

The Best Natural Skin Products In Your 30s Should: Improve Skin Tone and Boost Antioxidant Levels

CLEANSER

As far a daily essential 30-something regimen goes, the best possible cleanser is a must. 

SERUM

  • suki healthy aging serum + vitamin peptide complex ($50.95) is a great introduction to anti-aging products with natural ingredients with vitamins C and E, antioxidant resveratrol and hydrating sodium hyaluronate.
  • Your Best Face Balance ($45 in the shop) brings in anti-aging ingredients without overdoing it. Balance helps skin look healthy, feel matte and be calm. It may prevent new breakouts as well as helps to decrease the duration and damage of existing breakouts. It also has carnosine to help extend the life cycle of cells.
  • Medik8 C-Tetra ($70 in the shop) is for when the big guns are needed. This ultra-stable vitamin C serum, it will help combat discoloration from sun damage, as well as improve skin’s texture and brighten the complexion. 

MOISTURIZER

  • Arcona Peptide Hydrating Complex ($75 in the shop) is a rare serum and moisturizer in one. For all its hydrating power, this is a fast-absorbing and non-greasy serum that keeps the skin feeling supple throughout the day or night. It has the power peptide Matrixyl 3000, a slew of hydrating ingredients and plant-derived antioxidants.
  • Skinfinite The Balm ($45) is made for really, really dry skin with ingredients to boost oxygen and moisture levels in the skin.

EYE CREAM

Your 30s is the time to start thinking about eye creams rather than hoping that one cream will do for everything. 

EXFOLIANT AND BRIGHTENER

Before you get paranoid about that first wrinkle, the most important thing that you can do is pay attention to your skin tone and complexion. 30-something skin starts to look a little duller as the regeneration of skin cells starts to slow down. Gentle exfoliation will make all the difference and a glycolic exfoliator will also help with those forehead lines and control your T-zone of oily and breakout-prone skin. 

  • Ultra Clear Facial Cleansing System ($86 in the shop) is a great investment for sloughing off dead skin cells and debris and giving you a healthy-looking complexion.
  • La Vie Celeste Restorative Exfoliating Gel Mask ($60 in the shop) it has mostly natural ingredients and a 5% glycolic concentration that is just enough to give you a glow.
  • suki renewal bio-resurfacing facial peel ($82.95) is a corrective peel masque, which reveals a visibly smoother, refined complexion with cranberry glycolic alpha hydroxy acid, refined botanical enzyme complex, 5% vitamin C polypeptide and 15% salicylic acid from white willow bark. This peel exfoliates damaged cells, decongests pores, helps reduce the appearance of blemishes, evens skin tone and soothes inflammation.
  • Snowberry Bright Defense No. 2: Combination Skin ($63 in the store) is specially designed to moisturize, brighten and improve skin tone for those with combination skin.