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Skin Care Tips for Women in their 30s, to look amazing

To stay beautiful in your 30s, you can start applying these eight simple steps:

1. Cleaning
Clean your skin every morning and make sure to remove all makeup and clean again before going to sleep. This allows the skin to perform essential protective and renewal functions properly. Always use products recommended by your dermatologist because there are many products available on the market, making you confused about choosing.

2. Exfoliate
Exfoliation is better done at night than during the daytime—overnight skin in renewal mode and removing dead skin before sleep improves skin function. Exfoliate gently, only to remove dead skin and if your skin is oily or blotchy then exfoliating twice a week is enough.

3. Protection
Protect your skin during the day by combining antioxidant serum or vitamin C serum with sunscreen, because they strengthen each other. Be sure to apply sunscreen first.

4. Stay hydrated
Make sure the skin is not dehydrated. Don't spend more than 5 minutes of bathing and using warm water. Use a body cleanser that contains moisturizers, serves as a moisture protector for the skin.

Add 4-5 drops of the body's essential oil, for example, almond oil/vitamin E oil/sesame oil to 2 cups of water then apply to the entire killing skin like using lotion. Its function is as a moisturizer.

5. Sunscreen
Wear sunblock. Choose which can provide more skincare benefits. Especially for the protection of the skin from the dangers of UVA / UVB that can damage the surface. Use every day. Including rainy days and winter / cloudy days.

UVA / UVB rays are not free from problems. If exposed to sunlight for too long, UVA will penetrate deeper layers of the skin. And can cause skin ageing earlier in the form of wrinkles and black spots.

According to research from the World Health Organization, exposure to UVA rays can even cause cancer. UVA rays cause skin ageing, and UVB rays cause skin darkening.

The results of exposure to sunlight that contains UVB rays, it does help the formation of Vitamin D. However, exposure to UVB rays for too long will burn the skin and damage melanin—resulting in darker skin.

6. Moisturize
Rub moisturizing, body-rich lotion every day. Do it after bathing on a slightly moist body. Useful for maintaining healthy and hydrated skin.

7. Drink water
Drink lots of water to stay hydrated internally. Add lemon or lime juice for added flavour. Eat healthy foods that are high in fibre, and exercise at least 15-20 every day.

8. Stay stress-free
Of course, this is easier said than done. But pampering yourself with a choice of hobbies that are suitable for the skin is the right choice. Do something that allows you to maintain the health of your body and skin simultaneously.