As if hot flashes weren't bad enough.
The great news is that you can naturally rescue your aging skin from the ravages of hormonal changes that will dramatically reduce menopause skin problems.
Honestly, that's the last thing you need when going through "The Dreaded Change" of menopause and hormones, isn't it?
Hormonal changes during menopause don't just affect moods, sleep and temperature modulation. Menopause can also take a huge toil on your skin.
Naturally replacing the reduction in estrogen levels that occur during menopause works to reduce menopause symptoms, prevent skin aging, and the host of other skin problems that occur by:
Nature always works toward keeping us in balance, even when coping with the myriad of menopause symptoms and types of skin problems. As estrogen levels decline it provides a natural, effective and totally safe back up plan.
Have you heard of
(Don't worry, I can't pronounce it either.)
Suffice it to say phytoestrogenics play a critical role in curbing menopause skin problems as well as other menopause symptoms.
Phytoestrogens are plant derived compounds found in a wide variety of foods, most notably soy. A litany of health benefits include a lowered risk of osteoporosis, heart disease, breast cancer, and menopausal symptoms.
A plant based diet rich in natural
phytoestrogens in healthy amounts can serve as a natural form of hormone replacement therapy. Because they mimic your body’s own estrogen, phytoestrogens accomplish
some of the same things.
Phytoestrogenic compounds are found in specific food. Three types of phytoestrogen are particularly useful to menopausal women: isoflavones, lignans and coumestans. These wonderful compounds are also found in a variety of colorful and healthy fruits and veggies, whole grains and beans.
Some of the highest levels of phytoestrogens are found in these foods:
Combining a diet rich in phytoestrogens along with anti-aging skin care treatments rich in emollients and antioxidants works to maintain younger, smoother and healthier skin.
Specifically, topical treatments containing vitamin A, (retinoid), can be particularly effective against many of the skin problems experienced during menopause.
Always consult with your doctor about the pros and cons of DIY home treatments to ensure that your therapeutic treatment plan best suits your specific skin type and presenting symptoms.