Skincare Treatment for the Menopausal Woman
Want to understand more about the importance of skincare treatment when entering menopause? According to the American Academy of Dermatology, menopause, which officially begins one year after your last period, can create noticeable changes to your skin and hair. This is directly related to your loss of hormones, as when your hormone levels drop, your skin can become drier and thinner and can even lose its elasticity.
How menopause changes a woman’s skin
Thinking a new skincare treatment plan is in your near future? If you are in a stage of life where menopause is right around the corner, it is time for you to pay special attention to taking care of your skin while in menopause. Common skin-related problems include dryness, thinness, sagging, wrinkling and even acne. Since menopause causes a loss of hormones, as well as a loss of collagen, women need to understand how to care for their skin once they enter this new stage of life.
Skincare treatment for the menopausal woman
The following is a list of three skincare treatment ideas for women who are getting ready to enter menopause. These treatments are alternative medicine options. Basic skincare includes using a mild cleanser, a deep skin moisturizer and a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher to help give the skin the protection it needs from the sun; eating a healthy diet; and getting plenty of sleep.
This alternative medicine treatment option uses the ink of cuttlefish to address a variety of skin-related issues. It can be used to address the itchy patches of skin caused by dryness, as well as to even out any skin discolorations that a woman may experience once she enters menopause.
The skin starts to lose its elasticity once menopause begins due to a loss of collagen. Women can take collagen supplements in order to help reduce the effects that tend to occur once the skin begins to become slack and loose. Since collagen adds moisture to the skin, taking supplements can help improve elasticity, which in turn, helps reduce wrinkles and any other signs of aging.
Electrolysis is a popular alternative medicine option that women can choose when entering menopause. This is also ideal for women who are experiencing a growth of hair on the face due to an imbalance of both estrogen and testosterone levels.
Ready to make an appointment for more information?
Want to understand which skincare treatments are ideal for you? Many women who are getting ready to enter menopause are looking into their alternative medicine options. They are interested in learning more about the natural treatments available for addressing menopausal symptoms, which includes a variety of skincare treatment options. All you need to do is contact us right now and let us know a convenient time for you to come in, as this will allow you to understand the skincare treatment options that are available to help you.
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