Beauty routine for women going through menopause

Menopause affects women in a variety of ways. But that doesn’t mean you can’t counter the impact it has on your skin. Here are a few habits to adopt.

1

A daily face massage

No need to book an appointment with your beautician, you can simply knead, stroke and drain the skin with a gentle ascending motion. In addition to stimulating your epidermis, massages can relax your facial muscles (which are responsible for wrinkles!) and strengthen your cutaneous tissue.

Draining the skin of excess fluids will stimulate blood flow so it can reach the cells more efficiently and also contributes to collagen production.

Beauty routine for women going through menopause

2

Use products designed for you

As a general rule, women going through menopause have dry, dull skin that can start to sag. You’ll want to target these three problems when choosing the products you use in your daily beauty routine.

When it comes to your makeup remover and cleanser, choose a milk lotion. This formula preserves the skin’s natural oils so your epidermis will be clean but won’t feel tight.

Then, you can add products for your eyes and the contour of your mouth, these being delicate areas that are affected by expression wrinkles. You may also want to invest in a cream for your neck and upper chest. This area of the body is often exposed to the sun and tends to sag and produce age spots.

Another product that can help is a serum containing a high concentration of active ingredients. Apply it during your daily moisturizing routine to improve the efficiency of your other beauty products. As for your night cream, get one that is slightly thicker so it can make up for the water and lipids your skin has lost.

Finally, treat yourself to weekly anti-aging moisturizing or brightening face masks.

3

Protect yourself from UV rays

Sunscreens can reduce the appearance of age spots and can prevent skin damage caused by the sun, the main cause of skin aging. Use a product with a minimum of SPF 60 and make sure to apply it every day, after your cream, even if you live in the city.

4

Adopt a healthy lifestyle

Healthy skin that feels comfortable starts with what you eat. Adopt a varied diet rich in antioxidants and healthy ingredients.

To oxygenate your skin, it’s important to get moving! In fact, exercise improves blood flow and oxygen distribution throughout your body. No need to spend hours exercising every day: a 30-minute walk during lunch break is enough to give energy, health and beauty! 

Our essentials to fight the effects of menopause

Age Perfect Cleanser, 200 ml
L'Oréal Paris

Age Perfect Cleanser, 200 ml
Profil Décolleté Firming and Line-Smoothing Cream, 80 ml
IDC

Profil Décolleté Firming and Line-Smoothing Cream, 80 ml
Blue Therapy Accelerated Serum, 30 ml
Biotherm

Blue Therapy Accelerated Serum, 30 ml
Neovadiol Compensating Complex, 50 ml, Dry Skin
Vichy

Neovadiol Compensating Complex, 50 ml, Dry Skin

Developed for every woman looking to fight against the skin symptoms that appear in the beginning of the hormonal slowdown process: loss of skin density and structure, dryness, and deep wrinkles.

Magistrale Ultimate Anti-Aging Regenerating Cream, 50 ml
Jouviance

Magistrale Ultimate Anti-Aging Regenerating Cream, 50 ml

Recapture skin’s youthful resilience with this regenerating cream specially formulated to renew the natural beauty of mature skin.

Redermic C Eyes, 40 ml
La Roche-Posay

Redermic C Eyes, 40 ml

Anti-ageing sensitive eyes fill-in care. Deep wrinkles, loss of firmness, and uneven skin tone. Sensitive skin.

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Beauty routine for women going through menopause

Dry skin, acne, red spots, hair loss, dull complexion, thin epidermis… The hormonal changes that come with menopause can often wreak havoc on your skin. So make sure you have the right skincare routine!
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