When a woman enters her 30s she is accomplished and beautiful. By this time, she has a successful career, her love life is blooming and she knows what she wants to do with her life. But, this is also the time when your body starts showing the first serious signs of aging.

One of the culprits for these changes are the hormones, which lead to acne outbreaks and many skin changes. This is because the body is already preparing for your elder years. As the hormone balance changes, the production of collagen is diminished, which affects the skin, leading to wrinkles and saggy skin. According to a Cherie specialist, this is not the only aging sign women notice in their 30s.


Most women develop cellulite in their teens, but only in their 30s the first serious signs of this condition appear. This has a lot to do with the fact most 30somethings are not as active as they once were, spending at least eight hours per day at the office. Because the collagen production is slowed down, the skin becomes thinner, which makes cellulite more visible.

To reduce cellulite do more squats and make sure you stay at the same weight – gaining and losing promotes cellulite. You can also do wellness anti-aging treatments aimed at cellulite and use retinol creams to diminish the “orange peel” look.


Wrinkles are the first signs of aging and by your 30th birthday, they start to show up. Smokers and those who love sunbathing are especially at risk of developing deep wrinkles. To prevent the appearance of wrinkles you should use sunscreens with at least SPF 30, daily. To prevent the apparition of wrinkles give up on smoking and alcohol and drink lots of water. You can also use prescribed retinol creams and, if your doctor thinks it is necessarily, small amounts of Botox.

Brown spots on your chest

Just like wrinkles, brown spots are the result of spending lots of time under the sun and not using sunscreen. To minimize the appearance of brown spots you should use SPF protection and retinol creams. Another treatment uses intense pulsed light to remove the pigment from the skin.


All teens live with the idea they will get rid of acne when they reach their adult years. Well, this is not true, as acne stays with us long after puberty. In your 30s you are likely to experience outbreaks, due to hormonal changes. In fact, many women experience acne for the first time in their 30s. To soothe your outbreak you should exfoliate weekly and clean your skin daily. Use products that contain salicylic acid, which removes the extra oils from the skin surface. Your dermatologist can advise you on further treatments, like a professional peeling.

Thinning hair

The changes in your body also lead to thinning hair. Childbirth is another reason you might lose some of your hair. You can prevent this by eating a healthy diet, rich in vitamin B, proteins and Omega 3 fatty acids. Vitamin supplements can also help restore your hair.

Author's Bio: 

Narendra Sharma is a Freelancer Writer, Entrepreneur and passionate blogger. A writer by day and a reader by night.