Lily Aldridge has obviously got her beauty routine covered, but it may not come so easy for some of us. You’ve reached your 30s and your skin has changed, now, so should your skincare. I am creeping up on my 34th birthday, come November 11th, and I am absolutely doing all I can to keep myself looking youthful. Thankfully, with the help of brands I work with, I can offer up my best advice when it comes to caring for your skin in your 30s. Want to know how I do it? Scroll down to shop the products I use.
Now, you don’t need to scrub your skin on a daily basis, but you do need to exfoliate dead skin from your face, once a week. This will reveal a gorgeous glow, while offering up a smooth service for makeup application.
Dry skin will leave your face looking lackluster. So, it’s important to hydrate to get the kind of smooth, sleek skin you’ll want to show off.
3. Get Rest
Get rest, or at least give the illusion of rested eyes. I apply eye cream, religiously! Even if you are getting adequate sleep, it is absolutely vital that you give attention to the skin around your eyes. Don’t skip this step, most of all!
4. Brighten Up
Dark spots are no fun, especially on days when you’re trying to avoid layers of makeup to hide ’em. I have a few from previous acne issues I dealt with in the past. I am currently focusing on lightening my pigment, as it is one of the most important parts of my beauty routine.
5. Take Vitamins
Just because you’re in your 30s doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy gummy vitamins. Part of my balanced beauty diet, I consume vitamins A, C, and E, via delicious chews. These vitamins help even skin tone and help lighten discoloration from breakouts, and hormones (which is what sparked my adult acne, in the first place).
6. Use Sunscreen
No one wants their skin to age prematurely, right? Well, skipping sunscreen won’t help. We’re not getting any younger, so now is the time to start taking this seriously! Just by using a moisturizer with sunscreen can really slow down that gnarly aging process we want to avoid.
Ladies, I hope this helps you get your skincare on track! And if you have any questions, feel free to give me a shout on Twitter.