November 14, 2011 13:44 ET

Skincare Questions About Menopause: "" Presents Answers to Common Beauty Concerns

SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwire - Nov 14, 2011) - Oiliness, dryness, wrinkles, itchiness, acne or rosacea are all common as women reach menopause, which can be a confusing time when it comes to skincare.'s latest article, "Menopause and Your Changing Skin: Top 10 Questions," provides answers to some common questions about skin changes during menopause, and how women can respond by making some positive changes in their skincare regimen.

Collagen is incredibly important when it comes to keeping skin healthy and youthful, and works as a support structure to keep skin plump and full. But during menopause, women might find that their skin appears dehydrated, think and more fragile than ever before. How is collagen loss associated with menopause, and what is happening to the skin?

Female pattern baldness is a fairly common condition, and during menopause, some women might even experience baldness. As distressing as this might sound, today there are products for women who notice thinning hair, such as shampoos, conditioners, scalp treatments or supplements. What are some effective treatments to address thinning hair during menopause?

For women who have used the same trusted beauty products for years on end, switching to new products can be distressing. For women who have recently noticed skin changes like dryness, oiliness, itching, acne or rashes, it's a good time to tweak that tired beauty routine. But how does a woman know which products to keep and which to replace with new formulas?

Find answers to all these questions and much more on skincare during menopause, including dealing with adult acne and repairing chronically dry skin, at consistently covers all skincare and beauty topics from head to toe. Check out these latest articles:

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