One of the most noticeable (and uncomfortable) signs of hormonal fluctuations during menopause is the hot flash, commonly affecting more than a whopping 85% of women
, with over one-third of them experiencing it even after ten years of post-menopause!
A hot flash is the sudden surge of body temperature, and this warmth is felt most intensely in the upper body, including the face, neck, and chest. As a result, sweating can occur, and the skin can redden - almost like a blush, but not the good kind that we want!
Some women might also find that their skin tends to increase in sensitivity with more severe and frequent hot flashes over time. Additionally (yes, there is more!), all the sweating coupled with patchy skin and thicker pores' sebum production due to imbalanced hormones can cause an adult acne
But let's not let all that bring us ladies down, as we've got the solution!