Hormonal changes are a part of life, but the negative impact they have on your skin doesn’t have to be. With these preventative measures, you can achieve healthy-looking skin.
Your Skin at Age 50+
During menopause, your estrogen levels significantly decrease. As a result, your skin will begin to thin and fine lines and wrinkles will begin to appear. You also begin to lose some of the fat in your face which causes your skin to sag in the cheeks and neck.
It's also around this time that increased skin pigmentation can also become a problem. Dark spots, sun spots, and dry patches may begin to appear on your face as well.
You can fight the visible signs of aging by using products with ingredients such as Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) and amino peptides. Both of these key ingredients help your skin create a moisture barrier against external factors that stimulate the aging process:
To help minimize the appearance of those dark spots, it is important to use a moisturizer with skin brightening ingredients. A daily moisturizer with a brightening complex will help to lighten the look of areas of pigmentation and age spots with hydration.