As we near the menopause our hormones can play havoc with our skin. We might suddenly start getting adult acne, or prickly, dry skin. Our skin may also become oilier than it was before. Our hormones are wonderful but when they start fluctuating, we can run into problems that we thought we had left behind in our teenage years! Here we discuss how to look after your skin from the inside and from the outside, with a focus on hormones and nutrition, as well as skincare.
Probiotics are often talked about as both skin and gut miracles. They keep our microbiome in balance on the skin and in the gut and that in turn keeps our immune systems healthy to prevent illness and promote good skin health.
We all live in a new situation due to the pandemic, which adds a lot of stress and strain to our minds and bodies. The ancient science of yoga aims to create a balance between body, mind and soul. These 7 exercises will reconnect your body with mother earth, ease your mind, and reduce stress and anxiety.
Hormonal acne is not just for teens! More and more women are suffering with it as well. Our appearance is important to us and many people scour the internet daily for clues about hormonal acne treatment. The answer, however, is multifaceted and we need to take a holistic approach to our health if we ever want to truly get rid of our hormonal acne once and for all.
When we wake up in the morning with a new pimple, we might just fixate on our skin and reach for a spot treatment. We won’t usually stop to wonder whether stress and anxiety or what we’ve been eating could be affecting our skin. Because the skin is truly a reflection of the state of our body as a whole, when skin trouble strikes, the best thing we can do is to remember that state of balance.