Your body inevitably goes through many changes during menopause. From hot flashes, to sleep problems, thinning hair, and skin dryness, hormonal changes will surely take form in many physical and mental symptoms. Yet, that doesn’t mean you have to struggle through these symptoms alone.
Skin dryness is one of the top menopausal symptoms many women experiences. Along with your complexion no longer having that youthful, dewy glow, you’ll begin to notice signs of sagging skin and fine lines and wrinkles.
However, eating and drinking right, using hydrating skin care products, and relaxing are all essential ways to increase your skin’s hydration during menopause.
Drink More Water, Eat Hydrating Foods
What you eat and drink matters. It's essential that during menopause you drink more water and eat plenty of hydrating foods and antioxidants.
Some great foods that have a high-water content are fruits like watermelon, strawberries, cantaloupe, and peaches.
It's also important to eat plenty of antioxidants. Most brightly colored fruits and vegetables like broccoli, carrots, and blueberries are all high in antioxidants. As you age, your body stops producing as much collagen which gives your skin that plump, youthful look. Antioxidants help make your skin look and feel stronger and more youthful.
Use Hydrating Skin Care Products
Applying high-quality hydrating skin care products is arguably the most effective way to make your skin look and feel more glowy and moisturized.
Applying a moisturizer and serum are both effective at helping with dry, cracked skin. Use your moisturizer and serum day and night. Always remember to apply SPF to the skin to prevent damage and the look of aging skin.
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Enhance your skin’s hydration even more with the help of Ladykind’s Hydro Glow Radiance Booster. Our Hydro Glow product works great alone or added to your daily moisturizer or serum. This product works to increase your skin’s moisture levels, improve water retention, and provides collagen support for hydrated, glowy skin.
Relax And Restore
There are tons of research that suggest that stress further heightens dry skin. One of the easiest, most natural ways to reduce skin dryness is by effectively managing your stress levels. Find balance in your life: practice meditation, stay active, and most importantly, get a restful night’s sleep.