Self-Care During the Menopause

Self-Care During The Menopause – Tips from Jacks & Buckley – Nottingham’s Hair & Beauty Experts

As women enter their 50s there is often much to look forward to including newfound independence as children leave home, greater financial stability, lifetime friendships, and a growing confidence at work. 

However, women in their late 40s and 50s also face another layer of change – the onset of the menopause.  Menopause is a natural biological process that marks the end of a woman’s reproductive years. It is a result of the gradual decline in the production of reproductive hormones, particularly oestrogen and progesterone, by the ovaries.

This hormonal shift brings about a variety of physical and emotional changes with common symptoms including hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings, and changes in sleep patterns.

While menopause is a universal experience for women, the severity and duration of symptoms vary widely. The transition into menopause, known as perimenopause, can span several years, during which women may also face challenges such as bone density loss and an increased risk of cardiovascular issues. 

The good news is there is a variety of treatments that can help you through the challenges that may come with the menopausal journey.

Common Beauty Side-Effects of The Menopause

The menopause can impact the skin, hair, and overall well-being with common beauty side-effects including:

Loss of Skin Elasticity due to a reduction in oestrogen levels.
Dry Skin as the skin’s oil production levels reduce. 
Uneven Skin Tone caused by the fluctuations in hormones and thinner skin.
Thinning Hair & Hair Loss as a result of hormonal shifts
Sparse & Uneven Eyebrows may occur.

Beauty & Wellbeing Treatments for Menopausal Women

Elemis Pro Collagen Smoothing Facial: This super-powered facial is designed to improve and enhance super-smooth skin powered by indulgent marine collagen. The nourishing and natural ingredients of red coral provide an efficacious ant-ageing effect improving firmness and elasticity using specialized lifting facial massage techniques, leaving your skin illuminated and velvet soft. Ideal for improving skin elasticity  

Full Body Heavenly & Harmonising Massage:  A complete massage treatment for those seeking a relaxing, soothing and restorative treatment with extracts of bamboo and camomile essential oils to invoke a deeper state of unwinding relaxationIdeal for relaxation & wellbeing

Luxury 24k Gold Collagen Facial:  The luxury 24K gold collagen facial is a luxurious treatment with a bespoke facial tailored to individual skin types using Kaeso vegan-friendly products with a 24K gold collagen mask therapy. This uses the Egyptian methodology of stimulating collagen and skin luminosity with gold properties to boost the skin from within. Ideal for ageing, dry skin  

Clinicare Glycolic Glow Peel: Gentle glycolic peel removes the upper layer of the epidermis. It works by inhibiting melanin synthesis, brightening the skin and reducing pigmentation. For the treatment of uneven and dark pigmentation and uneven skin tones

Brow Lamination: We can manipulate your eyebrows into your desired shape, using lifting and setting solutions to ensure they remain in place. The results usually last around 90 days.  Perfect for unruly or sparse eyebrows.  

Hair Rejuvenation:  If you are experiencing excessive hair loss or thinning hair please consult your healthcare professional or a trichologist.  For hair that is in need of a pick-me-up, it may be time for a hair treatment at Jacks & Buckley

Whatever your needs – hair, beauty, aesthetics or wellbeing – you can book your appointment at Jacks & Buckley in Nottingham by calling 0115 950 1700 or book online at www.jacksandbuckley.com and QUOTE HANDBAG for your new client offer of 30% discount

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Clare Fretwell

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