Whats the difference between environmentally damaged skin, aging skin and menopausal skin?
Excellent question. Most women going through menopause do experience all three at the same time. As it ages, skin naturally becomes thinner, dryer and wrinkled. Environmental damage results in wrinkles, leathery texture, age spots, broken capillaries, and inflammation. Menopause, because of a lack of estrogen, leads to thinning skin, increased facial hair and occasional acne breakouts. Since symptoms overlap or you may experience all three, you may have to experiment to find the regimen that works best for you. If youre unsure how to proceed, use a regimen that treats environmental damage during the day, and switch to products that address your other concerns by night.