It does not seem fair to have to deal with wrinkles and acne at the same time; However, the magazine "Marie Claire" reports that 17 million Americans must fight against acne after adolescence. This may be due in part to the fact that a significant number of acne triggers (hormonal fluctuations, high stress levels and air travel) tend to be more frequent during the 30's than in adolescence. Teen acne products are too strong for mature or middle-aged skin, explains dermatologist Howard Murad in Elle magazine; so it's important to put together a new skin care routine to beat pimples and pimples when you're 30 years old.
Wash your face with a glycolic acid cleaner every day. This product gently removes dead skin cells to make you look younger, while cleaning pores and pimples from your pores, as dermatologist Jeanine Downie explains in Elle magazine.
Spray some tonic without alcohol during the day if you need a touch-up, Elle recommends. This step will keep your pores clean and control the shine without removing the natural moisture of the skin, as that can aggravate the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
Apply a light moisturizer without oil every day. Skipping the moisturizer can make you look bigger and favor the fact that your skin increases its production of oils, warns dermatologist Patricia Wexler in the Marie Claire magazine.
Rub a little anti-inflammatory serum of action located directly on the active buds to reduce redness and swelling. Choose those that have ingredients like chamomile, cucumber, green tea and licorice root, recommends Wexler.
If your skin tends to turn bright during the day, makeup artist Angela Levin recommends in Elle magazine, take with you a packet of blotting paper that is very useful for absorbing excess fat.
Avoid localized treatments with benzoyl peroxide, as they can be too aggressive and drying for adult skin.