Our 30s mark that unique decade that should be broken down into two parts: early and late thirties. In our early thirties, we begin to notice one specific facial issue emerging. For each of us it may be a different problem; looking tired, signs of puffy eyes, or the beginning of fine lines and wrinkles. Other issues may include frown lines between the eyes, crow’s feet, or the beginning stages of nasolabial folds. In our late thirties, loosening or sagging skin may be more noticeable and the one condition from our early thirties may become more prominent. Thus, this is the time that many women choose to get serious about preventative action.
Starting in our thirties, preventative maintenance is a must. Begin with a home routine by using Dr. Sabetta’s physician-strength anti-aging product line, “Be Radiant.” As signs of aging begin to develop, your individual concerns will vary, depending upon where you are in your thirties, as well as your facial structure and genetics. Typically, one isolated issue will begin to manifest itself. There is no better time to address your specific aging concern than when it first appears. Frown lines between the eyes or signs of crow’s feet can be treated with proper placement of Botox®. Tired looking eyes and deep circles under the eyes are best treated with a dermal filler, like Juvederm® or Restylane®. Being proactive in your mid to late thirties includes focusing on loosening or sagging skin, lifting the underlying tissues and preventing further volume descent. For such prevention, the treatment of choice is Ultherapy®. Women who wait until their late 40s or early 50s find that Ultherapy® must be combined with other procedures to achieve their desired results. In your 30s, Ultherapy® in isolation is extremely effective for addressing and preventing volume descent, helping you retain your youthful look longer.
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Healthy Beauty Tips:
In your thirties, your skin is still very resilient, responsive and elastic. Preventative action is always more effective than treatment long after volume descent has taken hold.
- Begin an at home anti-aging regimen with Dr. Sabetta’s “Be Radiant” line. For best results, apply the “Repair” antioxidant, followed by sunscreen every morning, and use the retinol cream and the “Essential C+” L-Ascorbic treatment 3 nights per week.
- Sunscreen remains imperative. Dr. Sabetta’s “Everyday Essential Sunscreen” is the perfect choice. It is tinted and moisturizing, allowing you to use it in place of makeup and moisturizer, and offers SPF 30 protection.
- In addition to a proper anti-aging skincare routine, addressing your main facial concern when it first appears helps you maintain your youthful look. For example, vertical frown lines between the brows can be treated with Botox®. Marionette lines can be treated with Juvederm® or Restylane®, and crow’s feet or lipstick lines are addressed with Belotero®.
- Be proactive about volume descent. Receiving Ultherapy® in your later 30s can help you retain your radiant, youthful facial contours for years to come.
Dr. Sabetta offers effective treatments for each issue that may arise in our thirties. Schedule a consultation to find out what would work best for you and your individual concerns.