If the menopause is playing havoc with your skin tone, then it’s time to refresh your skincare regime. Nutritionist Susie Debice reveals why it’s just as important to nourish your skin from the inside while also caring for your skin from the outside.
This hard-hitting fact makes menopausal women take notice of their skin health! According to research women lose 30% of their collagen within the first 5 years in the menopause. Food Scientist and Nutritional Therapist Susie Debice explains how to nourish your skin from within.
Some of the lesser-discussed physical symptoms of the menopause relate to our lower limbs. Here’s all you need to know about the transition and leg pain.
The menopause can be full of ups and downs and once your periods have stopped and your symptoms have settled down, you may find that you have a renewed sense of self. This is the dawn of your autumn years and it’s time to approach your life slightly differently!
Hair loss is not always the first thing that you would associate with the menopause, however 4 in 10 women may experience thinning of hair during this hormonal transition.