What Are The Best Treatments For Menopause Skin

At Aestha clinic, we are all-things skin experts who specialise in regenerative aesthetic medicine. Menopause and peri-menopause are periods in every woman’s life which are associated with the decrease in female hormones. One of the many frustrating things about this stage of life is the way it can wreak havoc on our skin. The side effects of the menopause are common knowledge to most, hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings, confusion/cloudy mind and difficulty sleeping, but the effects it has on the skin are rarely mentioned…

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Women going through the menopause may start to notice fast progressing and rather drastic changes in their skin, such as dryness, more wrinkles, less elasticity and a tired saggy look with dull complexion. The decrease in ovarian activity, lower levels of B-Estradiol, and lack of oestrogen and progesterone can all lead to accelerated aging of your skin.

The hormonal fluctuations during menopause are to blame for the changes we notice in our skin’s appearance. While many women now seek the help of an expert and prescription of HRT or bio-identical hormonal replacement therapy, that is not enough to tackle the effects menopause has on our skin. Hormone treatment can help improve your skin and cosmetic concerns, but it may not be enough on its own. However, a baseline of hormone treatment can make aesthetic procedures more effective and accelerate the anti-ageing process.

    These are the negatives for our menopausal skin:


    • Rapid loss of collagen – 30% of collagen in the skin can disappear in the first 5 years of menopause. The levels continuing to reduce at a rate of approximately 2% for every subsequent menopausal year. The reason behind this is the decrease in oestrogen production that is the main feature of menopause.
    • Increase in unwanted facial hair– Due to hormonal fluctuations and rise in testosterone
    • Decrease in skin elasticity and strength – As we age, our skin loses its natural plumpness and elasticity. This is due to a decrease in the glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) that help keep our skin hydrated and supple.
    • Dry skin – Your skin starts to thin and become less hydrated during menopause. Oestrogen levels drop, which not only decreases collagen levels, but also the natural oils that keep your skin moist. This can lead to itchy and dry skin.
    • Fine lines & wrinkles –As menopause sets in, collagen production slows down and existing stores are depleted. This spells trouble for the skin, with skin cells dying at a rapid pace resulting in thinking skin showing wrinkles.
    • Age spots and hyperpigmentation – Your plummeting oestrogen levels are also responsible for making your skin more susceptible to sun damage and for the increase in brown age spots. These age spots may not be dangerous, but they can be unsightly and make you look less youthful.
    • Adult acne –Androgens, which are produced by the adrenal glands, can stimulate the oil glands in your skin and cause acne flare-ups. There is also a rise in Testosterone that stimulates the sebaceous glands which produces more sebum, resulting in clogged pores and breakouts.
    • Hair thinning and Hair loss – As many as 60% of menopausal women experience hair thinning or hair loss. This is because during menopause, levels of the hormones estrogen and progesterone drop. These hormones help hair grow faster and stay on the head for longer periods of time.

    Menopause Skin Treatments

    Having a bespoke anti-ageing plan designed with your specific needs in mind is the best way to tackle menopausal skin. Our team of regenerative aesthetic specialists and doctors specialising in women’s health will tailor make a treatment plan for you to address all your skin concerns.

    We offer a vast array of cutting edge new regenerative treatments and the newest energy devices alongside more traditional treatments such as muscle relaxants and dermal fillers/skin boosters that can work wonders on your skin while reversing the ageing process.

    Completing a course of treatments will help target visible ageing and give you long-lasting results.

    Chemical Peels

    Chemical Peels and series of Deluxe Hydrafacials can help to address and treat skin conditions such as fine lines and dull complexion as well as rejuvenating the skin with anti-ageing effects. The medical grade skin peel is able to penetrate into the epidermis, reaching a deeper layer than any home skincare product. This allows it to effectively remove dead skin cells, revealing the radiant and healthy skin underneath. coupled together the treatments unblock pores leaving you with immediately clearer and brighter skin.

    Secret RF

    Secret RF treatment targets fine lines, acne scarring and pigmentation. This innovative treatment stimulates natural collagen to refresh and rejuvenate the appearance of the skin. It can be used all over the face, the décolletage and the hands, and will also help stimulate collagen to tighten the skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines and combat skin concerns such as age spots and pigmentation.

    Anti-Wrinkle Injections

    Anti-wrinkle injections are the most popular when it comes to lines correction. Muscle relaxant injectables will help to relax the muscles causing wrinkles and stretch/smooth the surrounding skin.

    Dermal Fillers

    Dermal Fillers are the way to go in restoring lost volume. A dermal filler can help add volume to areas like the jawline, cheeks and under the eyes, for a more youthful look.

    Thread Lifts

    Thread lifts are minimally invasive, nonsurgical procedures that can be used to lift and tighten sagging skin on the face and neck. Thread lifts can treat sagging skin on the mid-face, jowls, and neck by using specialised surgical threads to lift and regenerate the skin stimulating collagen production.

    Skin Boosters

    Skin Boosters will add hydration to your skin on a deeper level, increasing skin health and achieving a natural glow.

    Collagen Biostimulators

    Collagen biostimulators help improve your skin’s appearance. These injectables work beneath the surface of the skin to stimulate your body’s own fibroblast cells, which produce collagen and elastin. By improving collagen production, collagen biostimulators can help improve your skin’s texture and laxity resulting in a more youthful appearance.

    Hair Growth Stimulation

    Hair growth stimulation using regenerative treatments such as Plasmotherapy, Regenera Activa and the cutting-edge science innovation Exosomes treatment are all ways to help your hair stay on your scalp. We offer tailor-made hair growth stimulation​ treatment plans depending on your individual case.


      If you’re beginning to see the signs of ageing caused by the menopause and you want to take action, give our experts a call today. We can help you manage the symptoms of the menopause and help you look and feel your best.