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How to Care Your Skin Pre, During and After Menopause

Due to hormonal changes during menopause, there will be some visible changes to your skin and hair. Usually one year after your last period, you will find that your skin becomes dry, loose and saggy. Your hair on the scalp starts to thin, while you may notice more hair on your face.

However, with the right daily care, you can minimise the effects of menopause on your skin.

Dry Sensitive Skin

During and after menopause, your body produces less and less collagen. This makes your skin lose its firmness and strength. The fats under the skin is also get depleted, causing the skin to lose its elasticity and resilience.

There are some other changes, and all together weaken the skin's barrier function and lessen its ability to hold water. The appearance of wrinkles, lines and sagging skin are becoming more prominent. The skin is also more prone to dryness, sagging, age spots and uneven complexion.

Skincare for Pre, During and After Menopause

The Signs of Ageing in Menopausal Skin

The signs of ageing become more prominent and visible in menopausal skin. The skin starts to lose its elasticity and youthful glow. The appearance of wrinkles, lines and sagging skin are more visible. Due to hormonal changes, some women suffer from both acne and pigmentation spots before, during and after menopause.

If you suffer from noticeable signs of ageing and uneven skin tone, try Henry Tianus Bio-Collagen Ageless Cream. This award-winning replenishing moisturiser has been formulated with Argan oil (the source of Linoleic Acid), Niacinamide, N-Acetyl Glucosamine and 24-karat Colloidal Gold to smooth out wrinkles and lines while also reduce the appearance of pigmentation spots, commonly associated with ageing skin. For best results, use it together with Henry Tianus Bio-Collagen Serum, an award-winning replenishing facial serum with Resveratrol, Ferulic Acid, Coenzyme Q10, 24-karat Nano Gold and Ultra-Low- Molecular-Weight Hyaluronic Acid to rejuvenate, lift and firm the appearance of the skin.

If you are concerned about the effects of menopause, discuss with your doctor about hormone replacement therapy (HRT). HRT is clearly not for everyone, nevertheless, for some women, it can siginificantly improve the quality of life. After all, life after menopause can be very enjoyable indeed.

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