How We Age: Best Skincare Devices for Your 30s

by Chloe Beveridge

How We Age: Best Skincare Devices for Your 30s

If you’re in your 30s, congratulations. Your skin has survived the late nights, endless drinking and a whole host of partying holidays in the sun.

Turning 30 is often a pivotal moment for most, whilst it marks the age of being “young but wise”, it also marks the start of a whole new set of beauty rules for your skin.

What can we expect from 30 something skin? And how do we treat it?

Thanks to changing hormones, pregnancy and your collagen production continuing to decline, there’s a whole host of reasons why you should up your skincare routine in your 30s.

Key changes to your skin in your 30s include:

  • Sunspots and uneven skin tone may appear
  • Skin may become drier and you may begin to see deeper wrinkles around the eyes
  • Skin may feel thinner and less plump


During your thirties, your hormone levels start to decrease and the cells that make your skin ‘young’ such as collagen and elastin begin to decrease much more rapidly. The entire process of producing skin cells begins to slow down, meaning that you’ll be prone to more lines and wrinkles and an overall duller complexion.

The skin you have in your 30s will also be a reflection of how you looked after your skin in your 20s.

Talking to Women’s Health, Skin Expert at the Eden Skin Clinic, Lorraine Scrivener, explains: “Cell turn-over becomes slower during your thirties and your skin doesn’t bounce back as it once did.”

“Most of us will have some evidence of late nights and UV damage by the time we hit 30.”

The good news that there are devices that can help you tighten, tone and plump with such as the ZIIP Beauty GX Series Nano Current Skincare Device.

The ZIIP Beauty GX Series Nano Current Skincare Device has two types of electrical pulses at work within the tech: nanocurrent and microcurrent. Both work to target different muscle groups in your face to strengthen them. More toned muscles mean the skin on top looks tighter.

With 27 treatment plans to choose from in the app, there's something to quickly target any skin concern. Maybe that's why celebs like Jennifer Aniston and Kim Kardashian love it so much.

Uneven Skin Tone

One of the most common complaints on 30-something skin is uneven skin texture, sometimes referred to as Melasma. This is often caused as a result of birth control, sun damage and hormonal changes during pregnancy.

The elastic support from your Lymph Glands also starts to weaken, which can result in puffiness around the eyes and your overall complexion looking a little duller.

The solution? We recommend an at-home Microdermabrasion device such as the Lancer Skincare Pro Polish Microdermabrasion Device.

Banish dark spots, uneven texture, brow 11's, laugh lines, bumpy patches and other common skin concerns with the gentle diamond-tipped heads. Combined with the suction, they lift off dead skin cells and polish the top layer of your skin for a more even, brighter and smoother complexion.

Our Resident Product Expert, Heather Talbot, explains: “Whilst we don’t expect ageing to be too accelerated in your 30s, it’s usually the age that we begin to see quite visible signs. Microdermabrasion is a quick way to improve overall skin tone and texture.”

Peach Fuzz

Hormonal changes through this decade don’t just affect your skin, it can also impact your hair growth. Facial hair, otherwise known as ‘peach fuzz’ will start to become more noticeable in your 30s due to your estrogen levels decreasing and your testosterone levels increasing.

Luckily, there’s an easy solution to unwanted hair. We recommend trying a Dermaplaning tool such as Dermaflash Luxe+ Anti-Ageing, Exfoliation + Peach Fuzz Removal Device.

Improve the look of fine lines & wrinkles and improve the appearance of pigmentation. Thanks to the sleek design, the device helps control hair removal from the contours of your face, ensuring you're left with visibly smoother skin after just one use.

Heather explains: “Dermaplaning is a quick, easy and painless way to get rid of unwanted hair - and it doesn’t leave you with redness and sensitivity like waxing can.”

Read more > How We Age: Best Skincare Devices for Your 40s & 50s

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