The big 3-0 brings with it many a surprise, including first signs of ageing. Acne, dark circles and tanning are replaced by fine lines, wrinkles and pigmentation. In your 20s the skin exfoliates naturally every 15-20 days. In your 30s, this process takes about 35 days. Gently exfoliate your skin using mild AHA-based cleansers and always use a moisturiser as skin starts to go dry now. According to Dr. Geetika Mittal Dermatologist & Medical Director, ISAAC, under-eye and wrinkle creams can maintain the quality of your skin. Face packs prove beneficial in reducing dullness. “You can also get a carbon light facial or photo facial in order to remove the light wrinkles. In your late 30s, you might find prominent wrinkles, which can easily be taken care of with Botox or fillers. PRP is another treatment which is very useful to get rid of the lines and wrinkles in your late 30s,” shares Dr. Mittal. A sunscreen with SPF 30 and PA+++ is a must to protect against sun damage. Antiageing products containing Retinol, peptides, antioxidants like vitamins C and E, coenzyme q10 are recommended.