Menopausal Acne

Treating Menopausal Acne Guide From A Dermatologist

As if the hot flashes and mood swings weren’t enough, add “constant breakouts” to the list of menopausal symptoms. The root cause should come as no surprise; it all comes back to good old-fashioned hormonal changes. And these hormonal changes can cause acne not only during menopause but also before and after. In other words, it can be something you’re dealing with for years to come. But the good news (and don’t worry, there is some!) is that, with the right approach and treatment plan, there are ways that you can help keep menopausal acne in check.

How to Treat Acne When You Have Dry Skin

Although acne is commonly associated with oily skin, let it be known that dry skin can break out too. And while these breakouts on drier skin are certainly manageable, they can be a little harder to treat acne with because so many standard acne treatments are targeted specifically to oily skin types

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