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How to Take Care of Your Skin During Menopause

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Changes in hormone levels during menopause can result in a number of skin changes. A decrease in estrogen is likely to lead to changes in the skin, such as itching and dryness, but these don’t need to be disruptive to daily life. Find out your menopause skincare routine.

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Menopause Skin Care for Stronger, More Beautiful Skin

What You Can Do

Making an appointment with your doctor or healthcare provider for a check-up: Finding how the alteration of hormone levels in your body affects your skin is the best way to face the problem at its core. You’ll find everything you need to know about hormones, estrogen and how they can change the properties of your skin at YM.

Get customized BHRT: YM will start by checking your hormone levels to see whether an excess/decline is present and customize your treatment dosage. Your specific hormone deficiency and overall health will be taken into account.

Have combined treatment: Yunique will consult with you on diet, supplementation, and lifestyle changes, as well as provide a variety of other therapies that can be used in conjunction with BHRT to help you meet your goals.

Depending on the condition of your skin, there are various treatments and remedies available.

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Slack Skin, Jowls, Wrinkles

Skin sheds collagen rapidly during menopause. According to studies, women’s skin loses about 30% of its collagen during the first five years of menopause. After that, the deterioration is more steady. For the next 20 years, women will lose around 2% of their collagen per year.

When collagen levels decline, the skin loses firmness and starts to sag. Jowls are visible, and wrinkles that used to be noticeable only when smiling or frowning are now visible all the time. Pouches form under the eyes, and the tip of the nose dips.

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Dry Skin

During menopause, skin loses its elasticity and ability to hold water, so the skin becomes dry, and it can be especially noticeable when the air is dry.

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Rashes and Irritated Skin

At the age of 50, your skin’s pH level changes, making it more sensitive, and you will be more likely to develop rashes and easily irritated skin, especially in women.

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Bruising Easily

As collagen level drops and the skin becomes thinner, it can get bruised more easily. In addition, the UV light from the sun can reduce the level of collagen and thin your skin even further.

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Pimples and Other Types of Acne

Before and during menopause, estrogen, and progesterone drop levels resulting in teenage-like acne developing in some women.

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In most cases, menopause will cause hormone imbalance, leading to various skin conditions like those mentioned above. One of the best tips for menopause skincare is to strike the problem at its core.

By using bioidentical hormone replace therapy (BHRT) deriving from plants, this more natural form of symptom relief mirrors the hormone production that happens naturally in our bodies. This helps to maintain a balanced hormone level which can improve your skin’s health.

 

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