The menopause is characterized by numerous hormonal changes. These have an impact on the skin, and play a role in intrinsic skin aging. 




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| Collagen loss:

The reduction in estrogen production during menopause leads to the loss of collagen. The consequences include sagging skin and the appearance of wrinkles.



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| Hydration loss:

Menopause affects the skin's capacity to retain water and its ability to act as a skin barrier. Increased water loss causes itching and tightnessredness and more reactive skinflaking, loss of radiance and dullness



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| Skin slimming:

Over time, skin becomes more fragile and sensitive.

DID YOU KNOW? On average, skin thickness decreases by 6% every 10 years.



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| Hyperpigmentation:

Pigmentation disorders (actinic and achromic spots) and signs of solar elastosis are also a consequence of menopause on the skin. 



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| Acne:

Estrogen and progesterone limit the production of androgens, which stimulate sebum secretion. At menopause, androgens are in excess, causing some women to overproduce their sebaceous glands and develop acne


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| Hyaluronic acid against moisture loss, collagen loss and skin thinning

Hyaluronic acid has many properties, but it is best known for its strong moisturizing power.  


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During the menopause, the level of hyaluronic acid in the dermis drops considerably: it is divided by 2 from the age of 50.

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Adopting a skin care product rich in hyaluronic acid helps:
- reduce water loss
- maintain skin elasticity and tone.


| IA Control and Time Cell against collagen loss and skin thinning 


IA Control and Time Cell plant complexes and extracts contribute to skin firmness and elasticity by promoting the production of collagen, elastin, hyaluronic acid and the enzyme telomerase, which limits the slowing down of cell duplication.

Their role is therefore to :
Densify: both directly, by improving the skin's biomechanical properties and redensifying the dermis, and indirectly, by limiting oxidative stress and general inflammation.
Reinforce the dermis 
- Improve skin firmness and elasticity.


| IA Control to prevent hyperpigmentation 

IA Control boosts the skin's antioxidant response: this complex limits oxidative stress induced by UV and infrared rays, thus limiting the appearance of spots. 

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Stains reduced by 5.2% in 56 days*.

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Laboratoire ENEOMEY has added IA Control to its REJUV densifying program. This program, with its delicate, sensorial textures, intensely moisturizes and fills in wrinkles. It has a comprehensive action on the various causes of skin aging: inflamm'aging, shortening of telomeres, menopause and glycation.




This complete program includes : 


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   REJUV SILK redensifying anti-aging cream

   It adds density, elasticity and firmness to the skin, while boosting its natural antioxidant defenses.

   Composition: 6% Hyaluronic Acid Gel, 6% IA Control, 2% Time Cell, 8% Moisturizing Active Concentrate.

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Sérum repulpant REJUV ELIXIUM Laboratoire ENEOMEY


   REJUV ELIXIUM plumping serum

   It reactivates the skin's biomechanical properties to improve elasticity and tone.

   Composition: 7% Hyaluronic Acid Gel, 5.5% IA Control, 2% Time Cell.




Thanks to this complete program, your skin is firmed and the contours of your face are redefined.


What is skin glycation ?

What is skin glycation ?

Glycation is an irreversible phenomenon that affects the skin's collagen and elastin. Learn more from our skin experts.
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The effects of menopause on your skin

The effects of menopause on your skin

The menopause is characterized by numerous hormonal changes. These have an impact on the skin, and play a role in intrinsic skin aging.
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Skin aging explained by our Research and Development manager

Skin aging explained by our Research and Development manager

Our expert Ludivine sheds light on the major changes that skin undergoes after 50, and shares her advice.
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What is inflamm'aging ?

What is inflamm'aging ?

The term inflammaging is a contraction of "inflammation" and "aging". It therefore refers to age-related inflammation of the skin.
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* Sun exposure - 30 volunteers (aged 30 to 60) - 2 times/day for 56 days in hemifacial - Lingostem 1.5% (+ SPF30)