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Skin Care At 30
The teenage years and early twenties are usually fraught with oily skin. Your skin will generally hit its peak around the age of 30. By this age, your skin has hit its prime, and now is the time to start taking care of it so it keeps looking great.
Moisturizing becomes essential at this age, but not everybody has the money to buy expensive, high-end creams. If you don’t have the cash, or just want to try something more natural, try mixing distilled water with a few drops of chamomile or rose oil.
You can put this solution in a spray bottle and carry it with you, spraying your face occasionally throughout the day. This can be incredibly beneficial if you spend most of your day in an air-conditioned building, as climate-controlled air can really dry out your skin.
Be sure to shake the bottle before every use, ensuring your face gets the full re-hydrating effect. Distilled water isn’t available everywhere, though. Try boiling water and condensing the resultant steam if you can’t find distilled water at your grocery store.
Another vital component to healthy skin is a nourishing facemask. With constant exposure to wind, dust, and pollution, the intermittent application of a little moisturizer is the only nourishment your face may get on a daily basis.
If you want your skin to shine for years to come, try applying a nourishing, as opposed to exfoliating, face mask once a day. Some do it as little as 2 to 3 times a year, others as often as once a week, and while it helps, your face almost cries out for more. It doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg, either. You can make a mask in your very own kitchen using egg yolk, bananas, day-old yogurt, or honey.
Apply it when you have the time and rinse it off after about 15 minutes to keep your skin glowing. Don’t stick to a single formula, either. Mix it up because different mask ingredients provide different benefits.
Even what you eat affects your skin. Maintaining a diet rich in natural, fresh foods like fruits, nuts, vegetables, and water can help keep your skin healthy. It’s the greasy, fried treats, which wreak havoc on your face, so limit them as much as possible.
Keep these simple steps in mind and when you hit 60, you may just look 30 years younger.