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Best Shampoo For Dry Scalp

Best Shampoo For Dry Scalp

Are you frequently scratching your head? Or do you avoid wearing dark colors for fear of white flakes dusting your shoulders? Having a dry scalp is normal all throughout life, but menopause can increase your risk for dry scalp and even hair thinning. Let’s take a look...

My Perimenopause Survival Kit – Beauty Edition

My Perimenopause Survival Kit – Beauty Edition

Hey everyone!  My friends at perry have asked me to come up with my beauty must-haves for perimenopause. This was kind of rough, to come up with a list that can apply to a list of different people, because everybody has a different experience.  But I think...

Audrey’s 2 Favorite Products To Take Off Years

Audrey's 2 Favorite Products To Take Off Years Audrey shows us 2 easy tricks how to take off some years. 1 Lumify Redness Reliefer 'If you are in perimenopause, and you don't get enough sleep, your eyes might look tired,...

How To Treat Perimenopause Rosacea

How To Treat Perimenopause Rosacea

Perimenopause can affect every organ system in your body, and your skin is certainly not an exception. Between hormonal acne, skin discoloration, changes in hair growth and distribution, and rosacea, all is fair game when it comes to perimenopause. Let’s focus on...

Menopause and Hair Loss: Here is What You Can Expect

Menopause and Hair Loss: Here is What You Can Expect

If menopause has you hating on your estrogen (or lack thereof), we hear you. As if hot flashes, a lazy metabolism, and sleep troubles weren’t enough, changes in your hair can set you over the edge. As it would be, the drop in estrogen and progesterone can have a...

What Is Fascia, and What Does It Have to Do with Menopause?

What Is Fascia, and What Does It Have to Do with Menopause?

Ask a woman over the age of 45 about her main skin concerns, and she’s likely to name wrinkles, discoloration and skin sagging. While the ideal course of action for improving these age-related issues (that are intrinsically connected to the decline of estrogen...

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