3 ways to support the skin during hormonal changes
If you’re struggling with hormonal breakouts or clogged pores, you might want to add some active ingredients to your topical regimen if you haven’t already. Look for products with salicylic acid, mild retinol, and niacinamide.
Then you’ll want to soften these actives with barrier-supporting moisturizers like hyaluronic acid, ceramides, peptides, and non-comedogenic oils like rosehip seed oil and grapeseed oil. In this way, your skin has time to recover after intense active activities. Not sure how to combine them all into one app? You might want to choose a skin cycle – here’s everything you need to know.
Those with access to a dermatologist should visit to see how they can support you through this period of hormonal fluctuations, whether with topical products, in-office treatments, or oral medications.