Skin care tips for a healthy and glowing skin in 30s

30s is the best time of your life. You have a stable career. Most probably stable-ish relationships, you have figured out almost everything in your life by the time you are 30 except for one thing, a great skin. Yes, a great skin is a tough nut to crack. If you are thirty, here are some skin care tips that might help you to get a beautiful skin. Take a look!
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    A healthy lifestyle

     

    This one is the trickiest yet the most important thing. However, it is quite a simple phenomenon. If you are not healthy, you won’t shine. The glow, the beautiful skin that you long, the blemish free face, it all comes from within. If you are healthy, if you have a good working physical system, it will reflect as a natural glow. So, more or less, the beauty that people talk about is actually a healthy body. Give your body a good dose of natural antioxidants, Vitamins, detoxifiers, and so on. Have a good night’s sleep, eat good, workout regularly. For the sake of a younger looking and beautiful skin, maintain a healthy lifestyle, no matter how difficult it is.

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    A healthy lifestyle
     
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    Moisturise well

     

    Some of the early signs of ageing include crow feet, wrinkle, and fine lines and so on. When we age, our skin tends to dry out and lose the elasticity with the lack of moisture. The mistake that we make as we age; we stop or hardly moisturise our skin, which ultimately dries out our skin and causes the early signs of ageing such as wrinkles. Just moisturise your skin well, after showers, every time you wash your face. Use moisturising creams and lotions or you can go for natural moisturisers such as honey and milk cream.

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    Moisturise well
     
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    Stay hydrated

     

    Drink plenty of water to keep your naturally moisturised and hydrated.  Deficiency of water can cause dry skin, drinking water daily can keep your skin moisturised along with hydrated; preventing signs of ageing such as fine lines and wrinkles.

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    Stay hydrated