Skin Ageing in Your 30s

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Information & Advice

Skin Ageing in Your 30s

Emma Minderides

Emma Minderides

Beauty Consultant

The challenges

On the outside, skin starts to lose its youthful radiance due to a slowing down in cell renewal. Skin may start to feel Dry – not just on the face but all over the body – and you may start to see fine expression lines appearing, particularly around the eyes. On the inside, there may be signs of UV-damage and a slowing-down of collagen production.

What can you do?

All round UV protection is essential, so make sure you use a skincare or make-up product with an SPF. Regular exercise is also important to maintain good circulation and boost the flow of nutrients to the skin. Increasing your intake of essential fatty acids will also help improve your skin.

Two tablets of IMEDEEN Derma One™ daily may help fight first signs of ageing, to boost hydration levels and radiance.

Ultrasound scanning pictures below show improvements to the skin before and after 3 and 12 months' of IMEDEEN Derma One use. The outer black line shows the epidermis where skincare creams work. The coloured elements represent collagen, elastin and moisture retaining elements in the dermis. The brighter and more evenly distributed the colours, the better the quality of the skin

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