"Women in their 30s are often juggling careers, small children and households, yet it's important during this time of life that they make healthy habits a priority," says Kayse Gehret, founder of Soulstice Spa, Inc., who suggests getting plenty of rest and exercise, as well as eating plenty of omega fats, such as those found in salmon, walnuts and olive oil.
Dr. David Bank, president of New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery, says that women in their 30s with lighter skin may start seeing early sunspots, crows' feet and tiny broken blood vessels around the nose. He also points out that your skin may not have the glow and luster it did in your 20s.
"As skin ages and sun damage occurs, the cells on the top layer of the skin do not divide and exfoliate normally -- so they're stuck on the skin, which makes your skin more opaque. Light isn't able to bounce off, so skin is not as luscious and glowing as before."
Nearly 30 million adult women in the U.S. also suffer from adult acne, says Bank, often in the form of nodules or cysts on the lower face and jaw line.
Bank recommends the following skin care products for women in their 30s:
Dr. Joseph Broujerdi, a Los Angeles physician trained in plastic, reconstructive, oral and maxillofacial surgery, says that women in their 30 may start to notice a loss of facial volume, resulting in the formation of laugh lines and parentheses around the mouth.
He recommends the following procedures to prevent wrinkles and loss of facial volume:
Tina Keshishian, co-owner of Belle Visage Day Spa, recommends photo facials. "This treatment is the best bang for your buck. It breaks down minimal discoloration and broken capillaries while stimulating collagen," she says. "Do this in your 30s and you will look fab in your 40s."
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