Climacteric skin relates to long-term cosmetic changes that occur due to a lack of estrogen relating to biological, histological and clinical measures of consequences directly related to hormones that are linked to menopause. Climacteric skin is one of the greatest challenges faced by aestheticians; therefore, specific considerations should be undertaken as a whole health approach. This would include skin and/or body treatments, nutritional guidance, physical conditioning, and possible alternative hormone replacement therapy (HRT) with appropriate insight.
Skin care professionals that are committed to caring for mature skin are undoubtedly challenged by unexpected skin problems such as acne, pigmentation, sensitivities, hair growth, wrinkles, and more. Unfortunately, many of these challenges often fail to respond to conventional product formulations and professional aesthetic remedies.
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