Just when you think lines and wrinkles are your number one complexion concern, a cluster of other undesirable skin conditions can suddenly appear. NYC-based, Harvard trained, board certified dermatologist Dr. Michelle Henry says “our skin is uniquely sensitive to fluctuations in hormones. Whether the fluctuations are monthly, annually or over the course of one’s life time, they can have a profound impact on the skin.”
Any time your hormones shift you can be hit with a host of skin conditions that can include acne, rosacea, melasma, increased sensitivity, flushing, loss of elasticity, loss of volume or even a sallow, ruddy, oily or dry complexion. Though most of these afflictions
Are you so loyal to your skincare products that you’re using the same cleanser and moisturizer as you were ten years ago? Or maybe you’re so confused by the hundreds of new anti-aging products launched each year that it’s easier to stick to what you know?
As the body’s largest organ, skin changes over the years and certain changes are specific to each decade. With this in mind, it’s time to hear how the experts recommend tweaking our skincare and anti-aging regimes so we look—and feel—our best through every decade.
In Your 20s
What’s happening? Skin is settling down from its troubled years, and apart from the odd breakout or specific concerns, it will be firm with
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