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Menopause, hot flushes, stress and the skin

March 25, 2022

 Learn how to master challenging skin situations and gain world-class, expert education through the APAN Conference this year.

Hormones are the messengers in the body that travel through the bloodstream to start, stop, speed up or slow down your physical and chemical functions and processes across all body systems. The ovaries are the source of oestrogen and progesterone, the two key hormones that control the reproductive system, including the menstrual cycle and fertility in women.

During menopause, the number of ovarian follicles declines and the ovaries become less responsive to the two other hormones involved in reproduction—Luteinizing Hormone (LH) and Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH). As ovaries age and release fewer hormones, FSH and LH can no longer perform their usual functions to regulate estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. These inevitable changes in hormones and the natural decline of oestrogen levels during menopause can significantly affect a woman’s health for years to come.

Menopause can happen in a woman’s 40s or 50s, but the average age is 51. While menopause is a natural biological process the physical symptoms, such as hot flashes, and emotional symptoms may disrupt sleep, lower energy levels, affect emotional health and compromise and age the skin. There are several reasons why menopause could be triggered, these are often associated with stress and the impact on hormones specifically oestrogen and progesterone. 

In this lecture, Dr Tiina Meder will present important considerations when addressing a client who is going through menopause and some of the most effective solutions to consider for skin management. In this lecture you will learn:

  •  What can trigger menopause
  •  The physical manifestations to look for
  •  How menopause impacts the skin
  •  Update on the most successful treatment options

Speaker: Dr Tiina Meder

Dr Tiina Orasmae-Meder is an Estonian-born medical doctor and dermatologist, Dr. Meder is a leading scientist specialising in aesthetic dermatology. She is considered globally as a leading educator presenting the very latest in evidence-based studies in skin therapies and skincare ingredients. Dr Meder launched her skincare line Meder Beauty Science in 2009 and was the first professional range to target the skin microbiome.

Dr Meder is now a best seller in 30 countries, with an A-list following. Her skincare formulations are consistent winners of global awards for their innovation and efficacy. We are delighted that Dr Meder is planning to be physically present at our face-to-face first day at the conference so if you book to attend the in-person you will get the opportunity to meet her.  Alternatively, her session will be video recorded for all who are connecting online.

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