By Elise Tabin
A skincare expert, she calls the 30s “a transitional time in life and skin. Puberty is long gone, and the skin now faces new changes and challenges that you can deal with proactively”
At least! Keep the skin glowy and free of dead skin cells that can clog pores. Choose gentle exfoliating acids (AHA/ BHAs) like Good Genes by Sunday Riley.
“It is powerful, protects the skin against free radical damage, and helps brighten the skin and reduce sun damage,”
- Shay Moinuddin, RN, Clinic Director at The Few Institute.
Sunscreen should always be the last step in your morning routine, and you should wear it every day without fail to stay wrinkle and cancer free!