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If you do three things, your skin will glow even after menopause

If you do three things, your skin will glow even after menopause

Do you remember that time… After showering, we toweled ourselves off, got dressed, and were ready to start the day.

Applying lotion is something we might have done on vacation or on the weekend.

Today, the skin is rough and brittle, sometimes flaky or even bone dry. I have become, as beauty experts say, “demanding.”

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Why does skin change with age?

The fact that the skin changes throughout life is mainly due to the sebaceous glands. It produces about a gram of fat per day and transports it to the outside through body hair.

Together with sweat, a greasy layer is formed on the skin. Thanks to this natural fat cream, we didn’t have to mutilate ourselves when we were young.

The older you get, the less fat your sebaceous glands secrete: the body’s own source of lotion dries up.

This is how the skin changes in women and men

Dwindling hormones are primarily responsible for this, as they stimulate the sebaceous glands. During puberty, exactly the opposite happens: the body produces male hormones in excessive quantities. These so-called androgens fired up the sebaceous glands and sprouted pimples.

Over the years, these glands become more and more sluggish. In addition, hair becomes thinner or falls out with age, especially on the arms and legs: the fat loses its transport channels. Women usually feel these changes during menopause; After about ten years, men’s skin becomes thicker, their sebaceous glands are larger and produce more oil.

However, sebaceous glands are not the only ones responsible for decreased glow. The outer protective shield, the stratum corneum, also changes over time. This layer resembles a wall, where the keratinized skin cells are the stones and the fat is the slurry.

With the help of natural moisturizers, the stratum corneum stores water so we don’t dry out. This ability diminishes with age: the wall collapses. But it can be painted again. There are tips for this.

You can do this to prevent moisture loss

A face cream for mature skin should do one main job: provide moisture! The cream should effectively support the skin in retaining this moisture for a longer period. Important ingredients are high-quality fats and oils.

It draws a very thin layer of moisture onto the skin like a protective shield – thus strengthening the natural hydrolipidic film. Of course, the product should not be too greasy throughout the day: a smooth texture is a must.

In addition, the ideal face cream stimulates skin regeneration processes. This means that cells recover more quickly from minor damage and remain adequately supplied.

Use less makeup

The older you get, the less makeup you should wear because there are more wrinkles and grooves where product settles on your skin, giving the appearance of aging.

Above all, you should avoid using powder foundation. Makes you look five years older instantly. It robs the skin of life, accentuates fine lines and makes the skin look completely dull. You should only apply makeup when it is absolutely necessary.

Vitamin C for glow

Vitamin C serum makes the skin radiant. If the skin looks too oily before makeup, there’s an old trick: press a thin cloth onto the skin – what’s left is what the skin needs.

Original for this post How to maintain the glow – even after menopause comes from Swiss magazine.