Menopause Beauty Tips: Unveiling the Ultimate Skincare for Menopausal Skin

The impact of hormones on our skin is often overlooked. #HormonesAndSkin #MenopauseSkincare

As women go through the menopause, their oestrogen levels decline, leading to a reduction in collagen production. #CollagenProduction #MenopauseEffects

During the last five years of perimenopause, women can lose around 30% of their collagen, resulting in the appearance of new wrinkles. #PerimenopauseEffects #WrinkleFormation

Hormonal acne can also be common during this period, similar to the teenage years. #HormonalAcne #MenopauseSkincare

To combat these effects, it’s important to have a skincare regime that includes products with retinol or AHAs/BHAs. These ingredients can increase cell turnover and stimulate collagen production. #Retinol #CellTurnover #CollagenStimulation

Moisturizing ingredients like hyaluronic acid are essential to prevent dryness. #HyaluronicAcid #Hydration

Wearing a high-factor SPF every day is crucial for protecting the skin from sun damage. #SunProtection #SPF

Here are a few essentials to add to your menopause skincare routine: #SkincareEssentials #Menopause

– Thoroughly cleanse your skin every night before bed to fight hormonal acne. #CleansingRoutine #HormonalAcne

If you have any advice to offer or need help with any menopause-related skincare concerns, reach out to me on Instagram. #SkincareAdvice #MenopauseSupport #Instagram

Remember, there’s always a solution to any skincare issue. We just have to find it. #SkincareSolutions

Read next: “On The Spot: Acne Guide” and “Get To Know Your Skin Microbiome” #AcneGuide #SkinMicrobiome

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Image Credit @ Liz Collins for Porter Magazine

The impact of hormones on our skin is something that is so often overlooked, and this is more important than ever for women going through the menopause. As you get older, oestrogen levels decline, which leads to a slow down and reduction in collagen production.

Image Credit @ Liz Collins for Porter Magazine

During the last five years of perimenopause, women lose around 30 per cent of their collagen, which means they may feel like a lot of new wrinkles have appeared overnight. What’s more, hormonal acne can be common over this period, so it’s almost like reliving the teenage years. For this reason, ensuring your skincare regime is up to scratch is key to looking and feeling your best over this period. Skincare products with retinol or AHAs or BHAs in can actively increase cell turnover and stimulate collagen production, while moisturising ingredients such as hyaluronic acid are essential to stave off dryness. Wearing a high factor SPF every day is also essential, of course.

Image Credit @ Liz Collins for Porter Magazine

Ready to up your menopause skincare game? Here are a few essentials to add to your routine.

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To help fight any hormonal acne, ensure you are thoroughly cleansing skin every night before bed. Check out my 3-step cleanse routine to get this right.

This can be a really tough time so if you have any advice to offer that you’d like me to share, please get in touch with me on Instagram. Whatever you’re struggling with, there’s always a solution. We just have to find it…


READ NEXT: One The Spot: Acne Guide | Get To Know Your Skin Microbiome

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