In your thirties, moist, moist, baby!
Along with the basics from your twenties, Dr. Carter-Snell recommends paying close attention to moisturizing your skin.
“You start losing moisture in your thirties. It just naturally happens. The skin does not hold on to moisture like it did in your twenties. It starts to look dull and dry because we’re aging. I always encourage people to moisturize daily. Even if your skin is oily, you still need to moisturize. Just be sure to opt for an oil-free moisturizer,” she said.