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The Best Skincare for Menopausal Skin

The Best Skincare for Menopausal Skin

Menopause is basically a year after you had your last period. During menopause, your hormone level fluctuates and this can leave notable changes in your skin. Your skin may experience thinning or dryness and it may start to get wrinkled.

For this reason, it is very important to invest in the right skincare products to keep your skin healthy and attractive. Below are some skin care tips for menopausal skin.

1. Use a Hydrating Moisturizer

Menopausal skin is more prone to dryness and there is a need to keep hydrating it so it remains moist. Apply moisturizer after taking a bath and whenever your skin feels dry. Moisturizers can also help mask your skin’s imperfections and improve your skin’s tone. Choose a moisturizer with glycerin or hyaluronic to keep your skin from drying and looking dull or wrinkled.

If your skin is on the oily side, it is recommended to use light moisturizers while rich and heavy moisturizers work best for skin that is on the dry side. Make sure your moisturizer can easily absorb into the skin and is non-comedogenic, so it won’t clog your pores.

2. Apply Sunscreen

The more you age, the less your skin can cope with UV rays. Age spots also get worse when your skin gets exposed to the sun. So, don’t forget to apply sunscreen whenever you go out, especially during summer. Check the label and make sure that it has an SPF of 30 or higher to protect your skin from UVB light. For protection against UVA light, choose a “broad spectrum” sunscreen.

3. Collagen

A study suggests that during the first five years, women lose about 30% of skin collagen. When it comes to photoaging, collagen supplementation can help reduce the UVB-induced type I skin collagen. It can also help improve wrinkles, skin firmness, skin hydration, and dermal matrix synthesis.

Collagen is also good for your gut health and this can reflect on your skin where you experience fewer breakouts. To avoid adverse side effects, choose a non-GMO one.

4. Use Sensitive Cleansers

To fight dry skin, use a mild cleanser instead of soap. Also, you may want to look for one with salicylic acid if you want to unclog the pores. If you have oily skin, choose a cleanser that contains lactic acid as it helps break down oil without damaging your skin’s natural barrier. Also, avoid sulfate as they are strong that they can cause dryness, irritation, and even excessive oil production on your skin.

5. Eye Cream

The skin in the eye area is more delicate compared to the skin on the face. Hence, it is more prone to skin damage and wrinkles. Applying eye cream at night can help keep your eye area hydrated and moisturized. Look for eye creams with retinol to help boost the production of collagen, Vitamin C to brighten under the eye area, and caffeine to help reduce puffiness temporarily.

6. Face Serum

Face serums are created to help balance your skin’s tone, brighten dark spots, and reduce fine lines, especially during and after menopause. While moisturizers and cleansers usually only contain about 5-10% active ingredient, serums contain about 70% of it.

Serums are very helpful, especially if you have acne-prone skin because of their watery consistency. This means that they absorb faster without leaving residues that encourage acne breakout. It also helps keep your skin hydrated without that “greasy feeling”.


Remember, it’s never too late for you to take care of your aging and menopausal skin. If you are looking for some skincare devices that you can use at home, you might as well consider Lumo from EvenSkyn. This skin tightening and anti-aging handset can be a great addition to your skincare routine to help care for your aging skin after menopause.


 Author: April Ann Q. 


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