Skin in menopause

Many women will reach menopause without major problems while others will suffer consequences in their health, well-being and quality of life. The symptoms of menopause go through variations of hormone levels that are followed by  many transformations ranging  from  mood swings, depression, fatigue, physical changes, etc., all these symptoms can  vary from one person to another and can affect them differently.

This process of physiological changes in women is characterized by a stage of menstrual irregularities due to hormonal changes. The decrease in estrogen, for example, causes an acceleration of skin aging since the skin is regulated by hormones and these have a decisive influence on the thickness of the skin, its hydration and pigmentation, as well as a direct influence on cell renewal. Progressive hair loss is also very common at this stage of a woman’s life.

Additionally, in the normal aging process there are changes ranging from a loss of hydration, dermal thinning, rough texture, irregular pigmentation, yellowish color, deep wrinkles or furrows and fine lines; all very common of the normal aging process. At a structural level these processes are manifested by a thinning of the thickness of the skin and loss of hydration due to a decrease in the synthesis of collagen and an increase in its degradation, increasing this degradation by the influence of environmental pollution and UV solar radiation, similarly occurs with elastin. All this process translates into the generation of flaccidity and greater predisposition to the appearance of wrinkles and loss of hydration.

A healthy lifestyle / Healthy lifestyle habits such as protecting ourselves from sun exposure and effective nutrition are factors in which we can act to minimize the signs of skin deterioration, in this sense, nutritional supplements have been shown to have a significant impact on conditions related to skin, hair and nails.

Supplements with tissue repair capacity such as  supplements rich in amino acids from collagen and elastin, as well as precursors of glycosaminoglycan synthesis such as hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulfate, have been shown to play a key role in the regeneration of damaged skin.  

On the other hand, the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties exert a significant effect on the protection of the skin since they reduce the factors responsible for inflammation, as well as free radicals generated by environmental pollutants  and solar radiation itself.

This influence exerted by  nutritional supplements from the  inside for the  protection of skin tissues and enhance beauty from within is the so-called “nutricosmetics”, today with great boom in the market of nutritional supplements.

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