The Best Beauty Habits to Adopt after 30

Your beauty routine in your twenties is very different from the one you need to adopt in your thirties. As you get older, your skin changes, and you start noticing fine lines and a different texture. Although it is essential to have a good routine, it is not necessary to go overboard on beauty products.

Here are some beauty habits to adopt that can restore the shine and freshness to your skin;

  • Use foundation
    Although we do not need to wear foundation, it can help to beautify and brighten skin. The foundation can also protect from the harmful sun rays, if it has a sun protection factor. You might prefer a BB cream that offers cover and protection at the same time. Whichever you choose, don’t overdo it by applying too much product!

  • Do not neglect your neck
    The neck will also show signs of ageing, so you shouldn’t leave it unprotected. Every product that you decide to apply to your face-whether it’s a moisturiser or a foundation – you should also use it on your neck. That way, you will be able to protect it, while achieving a more consistent result.

  • Do not forget the eye cream
    The first signs of ageing often appear around the eyes. This delicate area needs special protection, and this is achieved with a good eye cream. Avoid applying your cream too close to the eyelashes though, as this may cause irritation.

  • Use a facial cleanser
    Choose a product that cleans and protects the skin at the same time. Options available include a cleansing emulsion, micellar water or cleansing gel to gently rinse the face and provide moisture and softness. The right cleaning product will leave the face like a blank canvas – ensuring any beauty product you apply will look better and last longer.

  • Don’t neglect your sleep
    One reason for your skin looking brighter and fresher in your twenties, could be that you were sleeping more. The same can happen in your thirties – if you don’t neglect your beauty sleep. Remember, during the night, skin rests and renews. The longer you sleep, the more time your skin cells have to recuperate.

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