Skincare Tips During MenopauseMoid Kazi
For women, menopause is a major time of bodily changes. Although some of these changes are benign, some of them can be uncomfortable if not managed properly.
Your hormones have effects on your entire body, from your skin to your reproductive system, and the impact they have vary from person to person. You’ll need to pay attention to your body and talk to your doctor about these changes, but there are some basic skincare tips you can follow during menopause.
Ease Up On Exfoliating
As your body ages, your skin naturally begins to lose some of its elasticity. Although some exfoliation is still vital for clearing away dead skin cells, you need to use more gentle products than before. Look for an exfoliant with small particles, and avoid homemade sugar scrubs that are too harsh for facial skin.
Use More Sunscreen
Using sunscreen is always wise, but it becomes more important once your skin’s chemistry starts to change. Even if you’re only going outside for a short while, use SPF30 or higher sunscreen that’s specifically formulated for your face to minimize oily buildup. Wear a hat and sunglasses as well to give yourself more protection
See a Dermatologist for Waxing
Your facial hair can increase or decrease during menopause, which means you may need to wax more. However, make sure to talk to your dermatologist first before heading to the salon. Your dermatologist will let you know which hair removal products or techniques will be best for your menopausal skin.
Use Sea Buckthorn Oil Soap & Cream
Sea Buckthorn Oil is a natural ingredient renowned for its ability to hydrate the skin without making it oily. It also has cleansing properties that are gentle enough for skin throughout your life, both pre- and post-menopause.
FaceDoctor Soap is specially formulated with Sea Buckthorn Oil and other essential ingredients to clear up common skin problems without disrupting your skin’s delicate chemistry. You can rely on our Beauty Cream to give you the extra boost of hydration your face needs to look as young as ever.