Caring for Menopausal Skin

Treatment that goes beyond anti-aging

 

In a previous article, we learned about menopause and how it affects the skin. Let’s now dive into skincare science and get a better understanding of how to treat the various conditions associated with menopause and how to help our clients age more gracefully.

HORMONAL CHANGES

The transition from perimenopause to menopause can be extremely stressful on the skin and body. As estrogen levels plummet, the skin may change drastically from month to month and will show signs of unbalance. It can be both dry and oily at the same time while exhibiting acne, visible capillaries, larger pores, and increased sensitivity.

It’s common for clients to be frustrated with their skin during this time, but balancing the skin’s pH level, keeping the barrier intact, and getting regular professional treatments will be the most important in mitigating these hormonal negative effects changes.

The transition from premenopause to menopause can be extremely stressful on the skin and body.

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Joanna Kula
JKula@lne.com

Joanna Kula is a Licensed Esthetician, Skincare Educator and Founder of Skin Devotee. She has a science background and over 10 years experience in the treatment room, working alongside the industry's top leaders and training with elite skincare lines. Joanna is passionate about skin and dedicated to empowering others through education. She hopes to see the future of the industry as a thriving playground for all skincare professionals.



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