Menoupausal skincare

body skincare

Estrogen plays a protective role in the well-being of the skin.
When estrogen levels fall, the function and appearance of the skin changes drastically.
The skins collagen and elastin content diminishes, which contributes to thin, sagging and wrinkled skin. Due to the loss of elasticity, the pores streches and the jawline is less defined.

Decreased lipid production reduces the skin’s ability to retain moisture, causing dry, fragile and irritated skin.

Although menopause is a natural part of women’s life, there is still a lack of knowledge and awareness regarding hormonal changes.

Although every womans is unique, the rapid changes in the skin and facial shape can be stressful and overwhelming, and many of the women we have treated find it hard not to recognize their own reflection.
Often, the skin care products that worked well in the past no longer have the same effect.

Estrogen decline
As estrogen levels fall, collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid declines. These changes has a negative impact on the skins recilliance and self repair. The production of new skin cells takes significantly longer and the skin’s ability to shed dead skin cells deteriorates. This causes build up of dead skin cells which contribute to uneven skin tone and wrinkles.
The skin becomes more fragile and thin, and no longer has the same ability to recover from daily stresses such as sun, pollutants, bad skincare habits, stress and lack of sleep.

As the elasticity and fullness of the skin decreases, lines and wrinkles appear.
The facial shape changes, with droopy jawline, tired and “smaller” eyes, forehead and nose to mouth lines are deeper.
The facial fat decreases, making the face look flat and loose. 
This affects the size of the pores as well, since they are stretched due to the skin sagging.

Less estrogen means reduced production of the skin’s own lipids, which in turn results in a weaker skin barrier.
Because mature skin is thinner, it’s especially important to avoid harsh and dehydrating exfoliation and cleansers, which, in addition to aggravating the dryness and irritation, also accelerate the signs of aging.

Xxx hydrates and calm dry and upset skin, while preventing inflammaging…

Hormonal imbalance
the changes in the skin are caused not only by reduced levels of estrogen, but also by the imbalance in relation to other hormones, such as progesterone and testosterone.
When it comes to menopause, acne and oily skin is not the first thing that springs to mind.
However, many women in their menopause  notice that hormonal imbalance cause increased sebum production and even acne outbreaks.

Adresses both signs of ageing and prevent inflammaging and prevent oily and blemished skin caused by hormonal fluctuation.

Xxx hydrates and calm dry and upset skin, while preventing inflammaging…