Hot flashes and hormones gone haywire - most women know about these more common menopausal concerns. But what about skin changes? The latest article by Skincare-News.com, Prevent Menopause Symptoms Now: 6 Ways to Maintain Healthy Skin, reveals ways that women -- whether they're 25 or 45 -- can make changes in their skincare regimens to stay a step ahead of menopause.
Skin type changes throughout the life cycle, even before menopause, and
often changes with the seasons or if women travel to other climates.
Preparing for hormonal changes during menopause means that women should
have a good understanding of their skin, whether it's dry and dehydrated
or oily and acne-prone. As skin types fluctuate, how can women be
prepared to make the right changes in their daily regimens?
Once a woman understands her skin type, it's time to develop a skin care
routine that nourishes the skin and arms it against the symptoms of
menopause later on. A good regimen should start with cleansing gently so
as not to irritate the skin, and follow with a toner to wipe away
surface toxins and tighten pores. And finally, a good moisturizer and
exfoliating product will ensure that the skin stays sufficiently
hydrated. What types of products are suited for each particular skin
Beyond products and basic routines, lifestyle corrections can make a big
difference in how the skin ages. With age, the skin isn't able to
recover as well from those bad habits like poor diet, lack of sleep,
smoking and drinking. Good lifestyle choices now will make the skin more
resilient later on. What types of positive lifestyle changes should
women start to make now for great skin later on? T
Find answers to all these questions and much more on preparing skin now
for skin changes that happen during menopause, including how to develop a
skin-healthy diet and when to see a dermatologist, at
Got dry or rough skin from face to feet? Or a combo complexion with
dehydrated cheeks and an oily T-zone that still doesn't get smooth or
soft no matter what? A variety of culprits are to blame for bone-dry
skin. Environmental elements like chilly, windy weather and UV rays can
dry out the skin. So can the many things associated with summer like
salt water and chlorine. Skin also naturally gets drier with age.
Thankfully, even though it might sound like skin has many
moisture-zapping culprits to contend with, there are simple and
effective ways to help skin retain moisture. Here are 11 of the easiest
and most effective for getting hydrated and supple skin all over...read more.