Time never stops, and aging is a process that we can just slow down for a while. As we grow older, we need to deal with some physiological phases such as menopause taking an additional toll on our skin. The first signs of aging may appear quickly on your face in the form of wrinkles and crow’s feet. The skin becomes much more delicate and sensitive, dehydration becomes a main concern as the hormonal imbalances associated with this age often cause it to become thinner, less elastic, and less supple. The amount of collagen produced by your body is reduced, and the amount of fat under the external layers of the dermis become much thinner, causing it to lose elasticity, become dry and get reddened.
Years of religious use of sunscreen, unending days spent looking for the best skin lifting creams, countless nights wearing a moisturizing face mask… As a woman, taking care of your skin can be a challenging task.