The sooner you start a daily skincare routine, the sooner you can start seeing results.
Even if you’ve never had a consistent skincare routine it’s never too late to start.
The products you use will vary depending on your skin type. However, the skincare routine that I’m sharing today is great for those just starting a skincare routine in their 30s.
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The Best Daily Skincare Routine For Your 30s
You do not need a super long daily skincare routine to get the results that you desire. In fact, if you have young kids, you’ll find that the fewer products that you use the easier it is to stick with a daily routine, and with three basic steps, you can get your desired skin results.
If you’re just starting out I recommend starting with three basic products/steps.
Note: I don’t wear makeup so my skincare routine doesn’t consist of removing makeup. Also, this three-step routine can be done both AM and PM.
Step 1: Cleanser
The best way to get your desired skin results (outside of increasing your water intake) is to make sure that you’re cleaning your face at least twice a day.
I recommend using a gentle cleanser upon waking up and at night before going to bed.
Step 2: Serum
The next step in my daily skincare routine is to apply a serum.
In my twenties, this was often a step that I skipped because I just felt like they would clog my pores and were super oily. Boy, was I wrong.
Serums are amazing!
They give your skin concentrated shots of nutrients, hydration, and antioxidants. Plus, despite their appearance and texture, they don’t leave your skin feeling overly oily and absorb fairly quickly.
I do switch up serums from time to time to address my current skincare concerns. For example, currently, I’m using Vita C Plus Spot Correcting & Firming Ampoule to help with my dark spots.
I’ve also been researching does collagen serum work and looking for good collagen serums as I think once I’ve finished addressing my dark spots a collagen serum will be my next serum.
Step 3: Moisturizer
The last step is to put on moisturizer. Moisturizer serves the purpose of sealing in the other products that you’ve added to your skin to make sure you get the maximum results from the ingredients.
During the summer months, you can even use a daytime moisturizer that contains at least SPF 30 so you don’t have to worry about forgetting to put on sunscreen before leaving the house.
My Recommended Skincare Products
As you can see, my daily skincare routine is super basic. It easily can be done during the morning and night without taking up to much time.
Understandably, your skincare routine may need to be more elaborate if you wear makeup, or have specific skincare concerns that require more products such as toners and eye creams.
But, the basics of all skincare routines should be the three steps listed above.
If you’re just starting to get started taking better care of your skin and are overwhelmed by all of the options available below are some of my favorite skincare products that I’m currently using.
Vita C Plus Spot Correcting & Firming Ampoule
As I mentioned earlier one of my current skincare concerns is the dark spots on my chin. So, for the past couple of weeks, I’ve been using Vita C Plus Spot Correcting & Firming Ampoule.
This serum goes on so smoothly and instantly after using it your skin feels super soft.
MISSHA Time Revolution Artemisia Pack Foam Cleanser
My recommended cleanser is the MISSHA Time Revolution Artemisia Pack Foam Cleanser as it smells amazing and also leaves my skin feeling hydrated and refreshed every time I use it.
Plus, it’s a two-in-one cleanser meaning that it also can be used as a facial mask.
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Food Story Guava Soothing Gel Scrub
I know I didn’t mention scrubs as a part of my daily skincare routine. However, it’s because I don’t use them daily.
I do try to do a facial scrub or face mask once a week, though.
One of my current favorite facial scrubs is the Guava Soothing Gel Scrub as it makes my skin feel super clean afterward and it uses all-natural ingredients.
It’s the perfect facial scrub to have during spa days at home.
Uncle Buds Hemp Apricot Facial Scrub
I am obsessed with Uncle Bunds Hemp Apricot Facial Scrub. It’s been a part of my weekly skincare routine for months.
Not only does it have a refreshing and welcoming scent, but this stuff really exfoliates your face and leaves your skin feeling amazing.
Plus, it’s super budget-friendly!
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Well, these are my current skincare product recommendations that I’m currently using on my face. For more skincare recommendations you can check out this post.
Just because you’re in your 30s doesn’t mean that it’s too late to start a daily skincare routine, even if you’ve never consistently stuck with one before.
This three-step routine, combined with my recommended skin care products, will have your skin looking and feeling better in no time at all when used consistently.
I am in my 40’s and I need to improve my skincare routine. It is nice to have everything laid out in order. I will have to add some of these products to my list, like serums.
I could use a good spot correcting product. Recommendations like this one are always great.
Wow! These are great skincare routines, got to catch up on this as I’m in my late 30’s now.
I need a good serum now and I have 60’s skin. I will check this one out.
Thank you for sharing your tips with us. Taking care of our skin is very important.
I do the cleanser and moisturizer but haven’t used a serum consistently since I haven’t found one I liked. I’ll have to try this Vitamin C one!
I’m in my 40s and I haven’t used much product on my face. I do need to add a vitamin c treatment to my bedtime routine. I love the way it makes my skin feel.
Skincare is so important! I have just recently started investing in my skin now that I’m 40.
I will need to give this a try. I’ve cut back on serums, but it might be time to pick it up again as I’m turning 33 next month.
I will have to try some of these out! I’m nearly 40 so I have been upping my routine.
I’m past my 30s, but I think these all still hold true. It’s never too late to start taking care of your skin.