More fine lines, larger pores, less density, rougher texture, dry patches, you name it... It's a daily fight since I've entered menopause. There's a lot of information out there about the "classic" symptoms of menopause, like hot flashes, night sweats and mood swings, but you don't hear much about other things, like skin care during and after menopause. Why does the skin change and what can be done to prevent wrinkles, sagging and dryness?
We often use Valentine’s Day to reflect on the relationships we have with the important people in our lives. Perhaps the most important person to build a relationship with is you. We have an obligation to take care of our health – not only to ourselves, but to our loved ones as well. We owe it to ourselves – and to our loved ones, to be proactive about our health and wellness to guarantee many more, happy and healthy years to come.
As we age, our skin naturally begins to thin and dry out, making wrinkles become more and more distinguished. Although many consider wrinkles to be a common sign of aging, there are steps that women and men can take to significantly reduce wrinkles.
According to a recent study conducted by Kaare Christensen and his colleagues at the University of Southern Denmark, a youthful appearance may actually be the answer to living longer.