Spa Business: Skin and the Hormonal Connection

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Thyroid hormones also play a role, rising and falling during perimenopause and wreaking havoc on just about every aspect of a woman’s physiology, including her skin. Too-low levels lead to dry, rough skin; too-high levels causes flushing and sweating. In general, redness and blotchiness, even rosacea, characterize the transition into menopause.