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This Moisturizer Is Made For Those Going Through Menopause

A person holds a tube of Faace's Menopause face mask, the menopause face mask sits next to a pomegranate, and a bi of menopause face mask is squeezed onto a surface.

Menopause can affect nearly every part of the body, and while skin issues might not seem like they’d be an issue, for some, they can be. Targeting common menopausal skin issues can help, and there’s a moisturizer and face mask duo that promises to do it.

Faace’s Menopause Faace Daily Cream is a moisturizer meets mask combo that helps combat inflammation while soothing and hydrating the skin.

During menopause, estrogen and progesterone levels begin to rapidly drop, and as a result, skin can become dry and look less full and plump due to a breakdown of collagen. Plus, hot flashes can cause redness, and acne might even begin to flare up. On top of that, dryness can result in itchiness and inflammation. Altogether, for some people, menopause is not a friend to your skin. That’s where Faace’s Menopause Daily Cream comes in.

Faace Menopause Daily Faace Cream

Replenish the moisture in your skin with this product.

In terms of topical treatment for collagen loss, there’s not a whole lot that can be done with a cream. But when it comes to inflammation and dryness, you’ve got options—aka you’ve got the Faace Menopause moisturizer.

The product utilizes a few key ingredients to soothe the skin including rose water which is packed full of anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidants that help to reduce oxidative stress. The true stars of the cream, though, are all of the antioxidants. There’s pomegranate and carrot seed oil as well as sea buckthorn. All of these matter because antioxidants help to protect the skin from pollution and environmental stress which can lead to further collagen breakdown.

Faace Menopause Daily Faace Cream | Starting at $42 | Faace

When it comes to moisture, there’s rosehip oil which is packed with nourishing fatty acids, safflower seed oil to stave off additional dryness, and vegetable glycerin which is known to quickly hydrate skin. Finally, zinc’s anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties will assist in treating any acne breakouts. The only thing to keep in mind is that if you have a sensitivity to essential oils, this cream might be a little too packed with you, so spot-test it on your skin.

Whether you’re heading into menopause or are already in the midst of it and noticing dry, dull skin, this specially formulated menopause moisturizer could help.

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