DID YOU KNOW?
Low estrogen negatively impacts skin health2
IN 5 YEARS
EACH YEAR AFTER
LOSS PER YEAR
When estrogen levels are consistently low, such as during perimenopause and menopause, collagen loss in the skin is significant.
30% of the skin’s collagen is lost during the first 5 years of menopause.
2.1% of the skin’s collagen is lost during each subsequent year.
Low estrogen levels also lead to a 1.1% decline in skin thickness each year after menopause.
What is Estrogen Deficient Skin?
As women approach perimenopause and then menopause, estrogen levels throughout the body naturally decline.
This decrease in estrogen leads to Estrogen Deficient Skin, a key factor that contributes to skin aging.
Estrogen Deficient Skin results in:
How do I know if I have Estrogen Deficient Skin?
It feels like your moisturizer is no longer working
You’re noticing sagging skin, more fine lines and wrinkles
Your skin has lost its ‘glow’
You are perimenopausal, in menopause, or are postmenopausal