Skincare By Age 30’s

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Managing Your Skin in Your 30's

Skin cell turnover starts to slow, pigments begin to appear, and one may notice mild cheek sagging indicating the start of collagen loss. This is the right time to start exfoliating (to maintain fresh-looking skin) and start using a serum (to stimulate collagen & reduce pigmentation) and eye cream (to banish dark circles).

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Skincare in Your 30s - Forest MD's Daily Routine for Radiant Skin

Step One


In the morning, use the PURE & GENTLE CLEANSING FOAM to protect your skin’s moisture barrier and prevent dryness, sensitivity and irritation.


In the evening, switch to the EXFOLIATING MOUSSE CLEANSER. It gently exfoliates and promotes skin cell renewal with Oryza sativa rice bran.

Step Two

After cleansing, apply the HYDRATING SOOTHING ESSENCE to calm and soften your skin.

Step Three


Apply the ASTA COLLAGEN JELLY SERUM to boost collagen, brighten, and soothe skin. Remember to gently apply around the eyes to reduce dark circles and fine lines.


Apply the NUTRIENT SERUM to hydrate, lighten, and improve skin tone. Remember to gently apply it around the eyes and neck to minimise fine lines and wrinkles.

Step Four


Apply the STEM CELL SLEEPING MASK overnight to soothe, hydrate, and energise your skin. Remember to gently apply it around the eyes to reduce fine lines and wrinkles for a smooth, glowing, and revitalised complexion in the morning.

Step Five

Hydrate your skin with the ULTRA-LIGHT NUTRIENT LOTION, an oil-free and weightless moisturiser that firms, smooths, and calms your skin.


Step Six


Nourish and protect your skin with SILK SUNSCREEN SPF 60+. This antioxidant-rich, high SPF, broad-spectrum sunscreen is sheer, ultra-light, and doubles as a makeup primer, providing all-in-one skincare benefits for your daily routine.

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Two words – Sleep & Sunscreen.
We cannot stress enough how much a good night’s sleep is the best way to keep your skin healthy and youthful. Your body needs sleep to repair cell damage. It’s the best way to destress, boost mental and emotional well-being, and make one look good and feel healthy!

Wearing sunscreen is non-negotiable. Yes, even in your 50s, sunscreen can prevent skin damage. A study published in 2013 by a group of Australian scientists showed that sunscreen’s anti-ageing properties work well into your 50s! As for the rest of your regime, choose skincare that is free of harmful irritants, hydrates, and soothes dry patches.