Proper skin care consists of many factors, but some things need to change when you turn 35

We hope you don't go to bed with makeup on and have decided to invest in quality creams that will nourish your skin to keep your skin looking youthful for as long as possible.

If you're wondering what other mistakes to avoid, here's what the experts say.

Don't treat your acne like you did when you were 20

The acne you have today is different from the acne you had 10 years ago.

"They form deeper in the skin, more due to inflammation than sebum," says physician Jessica Wu of California.

You should treat acne with milder preparations because the skin dries out and becomes thinner at this age.

Try to do this with the help of gels, preparations containing vitamin C and nourishing creams.

Do not leave traces from the last day on your skin

You probably didn't cleanse your face of makeup and dirt every night when you were young.

This is never a particularly good idea, especially at an age when skin needs to look fresh.

Since the area around the eyes is the first sign of age, don't forget to remove your makeup.

To avoid skin reactions, use special preparations intended for cleaning the area around the eyes.

Also, before going to bed, apply a cream that will nourish the skin.

Although you probably managed to wear a dress from high school to your 30s, in your late thirties estrogen levels drop, which leads to a redistribution of fat throughout the body, including the cheeks.

If you lose a lot of weight, your face will look older and the skin will be less tight.

It's never too late to prevent sun damage and in your thirties it should be something primary and part of your daily routine.

Skin cancer, wrinkles, dry skin, spots... these are just some of the conditions you can prevent by applying a cream with a protective factor.

Protection against UVB and UVA rays must be marked on each product, where the number itself indicates the degree of protection against UVB radiation, which is the most carcinogenic.

The effectiveness of protection depends on the type of filter (chemical or physical), the amount of agent applied and the protective substance.

The highest SPF in European countries is 50+.

For example, preparations with SPF 15 protect the skin from UVB radiation 15 times longer compared to exposure to the sun without applying a protective agent, taking care that this extended time of exposure to the sun is not at the time of the highest index UV from 10 am to 4 pm.