Hormones are chemical messengers that help our bodies’ cells and tissues communicate with one another. For many reasons, life would be much simpler if our hormones remained constant through the different stages of life, but unfortunately, they don’t. They change as we change, and this has a very big impact on the skin.
Fluctuating hormone levels can produce different skin concerns during menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause. Melasma, or hormonal pigmentation, is most frequent in women, and affects about 40 million individuals globally. It manifests itself as uneven brown spots on the forehead, cheeks, upper lip, chin, and nose, and is more frequent in persons with darker skin complexions.
Another typical skin concern linked to hormones is acne. Hormonal acne in the T-zone is common during adolescence. Adult acne caused by hormones usually appears on the lower half of your face. Hormonal acne can manifest as blackheads, whiteheads, tiny pimples that come to a head, or cysts in certain clients.
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