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A lot of women would love to keep their glow shining and ageless. Those over thirty years of age, most times feel they are ageing and always worrying about how to slow down their ageing process.

This has made some women to seek advice from various experts, and some have tried surgery options just to make them slow down their ageing process and enjoy your youthful look much longer.

Oily skin
Whether you are 20, 30 or 40, here are some skin care tips you’ll need to follow to maintain a healthy and glowing skin and compete with the teenagers.

1. Always remember to clean your skin in the morning, with cleanser or just wash with water. This removes any accumulated sweat

2. Choose a gentle cleanser depending on your skin type, so you don’t pick products that will strip your skin.

3. Make sure you use sun protection factor (SPF) either lightweight or heavyweight in the morning to protect your skin from sunburn.

4. Always apply the sun protection factor before makeup.

5. When applying a moisturizer, make sure you follow this order: cleanser-serum-sunblock-moisturizer.

6. If you’re prone to acne, ensure to pick oil-free products.

7. Depending on your skin type, apply moisturizer as much as your skin needs.

8. Be extra careful with body scrubs, as they can cause micro-tears in the skin.

9. Do not sleep with your makeup on at night, always ensure to wash it off.

10. Always keep makeup remover pads or cleanser close by.

11. Let the thought of how your skin will look at 50, 60 and even 70 and beyond inspire you to dedicate time to take care of your skin. Remember you want to look ageless.

12. You should apply avocado face mask on once or twice a week.

13. If you’re not sure of what kind of moisturizers to use, you can use coconut oil. It
is a great moisturizer for all skin types.

14. If you have pigmentation, only use prescription remedies for a limited amount of time.

15. You can also use natural products such as mushroom extract to address pigmentation issues.

16. Always remember that sunburn is not good for the skin. Keep your sunscreen close and apply it when needed.

17. You can try using over-the-counter products to combat acne or see a professional if you have a significant acne problem.

18. If you experience blackheads or cysts, you should try turning to a low percentage of alpha-hydroxy treatment.

19. You should find your own preferred antiaging cream. Do not always rely on reviews.

20. Apply serum at night.

21. Add moisturiser after applying the serum.

22. Embrace collagen promoting products. Collagen is a protein that helps to keep your skin thick and youthful looking.

23. You do not need botox treatment. It takes more away from you than you think.

24. Facials are a great way to treat anti-aging and to keep your skin looking young and sparkling. Try to make out the time to go to a spa at least once a month for a facial. It will help change the texture of your skin.

25. Pay attention to what you eat. Food that contains a high amount of vitamin is good and healthy for the skin.

26. Do not overdo the procedures so you don’t carry a frozen face around in your 30s.

27. Water is very essential for good skin so stay hydrated.

28. Do not stress yourself. Every age is beautiful. Embrace It.

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