Menopause brings about significant hormonal changes that impact various bodily functions. But do you know it can also affect your skin?

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Menopause triggers a decrease in estrogen levels, leading to a decline in collagen production. It can cause a loss of skin elasticity, thinning, and fine wrinkles.

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Dry skin rash is common during menopause due to decreased sebum production. The skin may feel itchy, flaky, and uncomfortable. 

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Menopause can also lead to skin thinning, making it more susceptible to bruising and tearing. It is because collagen and elastin fibres that provide structure and support to the skin weaken. 

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Skin rash is another possible side effect of menopause. It can result from hormonal imbalances or medications used to manage menopause symptoms. 

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Moisturize your skin to manage menopause-related skin issues. Use gentle, fragrance-free skin care products. Consult a dermatologist if symptoms persist.

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