Women of all ages should be interested in learning the beauty tips that will help them get to the next phase of their lives. Of course, the earlier a woman starts taking care of her skin, the better. Yet, it is never too late to start taking care of your skin, either. If you are a woman in your thirties, you may be interested in knowing the beauty tips for women in their thirties that was taken directly from Dr. Oz, on his show entitled: Dr. Oz’s Ultimate Aging Show.
Dr. Oz is a well respected Dr. and host of the popular syndicated television show Dr. Oz. Here are some of the tips that were shared on his show to help women in their thirties:
First, what are the major causes of aging in all women, no matter what the age?
• Overeating fats and sugars
• Lack of sex
• Lack of exercise
What are the two main beauty problems for women in their thirties?
• The beginning signs of wrinkles
Acne is still occurring because many women in their thirties are dealing with a lot of stress. They are also trying to learn how to deal with this stress. This stress may be coming from learning how to deal with the balancing acts of their lives such as handling both a job and a family. This stress may be taking a toll on them.
The wrinkles are beginning to form because of the above aging reasons and just because they are slowly getting older, a fact of life.
How can women in their thirties help prevent some of these wrinkles?
• They must and should be avoiding the use of alcohol. Alcohol can make their skin look dehydrated which can cause further wrinkles and dryness to occur. Alcohol can also make the face look red.
• Women can begin apply Retinol to the areas of the skin in which they think may begin to show wrinkles. This can be bought at most department stores or from your dermatologist.
• Women should be wearing applying sunscreen everyone.
One more helpful step women in their thirties may want to consider is:
• Getting a low dose Botox treatment.
Now is the time for women in their thirties to begin treating their beauty ritual and their skin care routine more seriously. The key to fighting aging is prevention.
Dr. Oz, Television Show
ABC, WSYX Columbus Ohio