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Welcome to your Menopause and Skincare information page.

Here you will find information and tips about how to successfully manage skin changes through menopause.

Think of me as your menopause skin support person. I have comprehensive expertise in anti-ageing treatments and am committed to helping you navigate the changes of menopause and achieve radiant, youthful-looking skin.

I recommend your starting point to be a face to face or zoom consultation. Every woman experiences menopause skin changes differently and it’s important to give you personalised advice.

I hope you find it interesting and most of all helpful.



  • What Happens During Menopause? Key Hormonal Changes
  • Hormonal Havoc: How Menopause Impacts Your Skin
  • Which Advanced Anti-Aging Treatments Work Best?
  • A note about skincare. Are you using Cosmetic or Cosmeceutical skincare?
  • Specific Areas of Concern During Menopause

Skincare Advice During Menopause

  • What Skincare Ingredients to Avoid When Going Through the Menopause (Your skin may be more sensitive to these ingredients). 
  • How Should I Change My Skin Care in Menopause?
  • Important consideration should be given to SPFs.
  • Ask for Omegas! 4 Reasons Why You Need Omega Oils For Dry Skin
  • How To BOOST Your Collagen During Menopause – Top Treatments for FAST results.


  • FAQs: “Why is my skin so dry and itchy!?”
  • “Help! I haven’t had breakouts since I was a teenager – what’s going on? Is this normal?”
  • “Why has my skin suddenly become red? I’ve never had an issue with red cheeks before and now they flare up at the slightest thing!”
  • “Are there any foods that help with skin redness on the cheeks during menopause?”
  • “I feel like my face has lost its volume and I can see the effects of gravity. What would you suggest? Is there anything that can be done?”

Other advice

  • Skin Supporting Supplements – Which ones are best during menopause?
  • 5 Ways Stress Affects Your Skin During Menopause (you might be surprised!)
  • Menopausal Skin Tags and Growths: Understanding Skin Changes
  • Menopause Skin Consultation from Your Trusted Skin Expert

Let’s Start with What Happens During Menopause? Key Hormonal Changes

During menopause, estrogen levels decline, leading to symptoms like hot flashes, mood swings and skin changes. Progesterone may fluctuate, while FSH and LH increase. Androgen levels decrease, impacting libido, bone health and skin.

Hormonal Havoc: How Menopause Impacts Your Skin

As estrogen levels decline, the skin undergoes a series of changes that can be challenging to manage.

  • Dryness and Dehydration: Diminished oil production can leave the skin feeling parched and lacking moisture.
  • Loss of Elasticity: Collagen and elastin levels decrease, leading to sagging and loss of firmness.
  • Wrinkles and Fine Lines: Reduced collagen production accelerates the formation of wrinkles, particularly around the eyes and mouth.
  • Uneven Skin Tone: Hormonal fluctuations can trigger hyperpigmentation, resulting in dark spots and an uneven complexion.
  • Increased Sensitivity: The skin becomes more reactive and prone to irritation and redness.
  • Decreased circulation: To the lower levels of the skin mean less nutrients and oxygen results in dull skin.
  • Increased skin blemishes like skin tags, sunspots, milia and more.

Which Advanced Anti-Ageing Treatments Work Best?

At No56 Aesthetics, I specialise in advanced anti-ageing treatments designed to address the above listed concerns. I have a comprehensive “toolkit” that includes the following:

  • Microneedling: This treatment stimulates the skin’s natural healing process, promoting collagen production and improving overall texture and firmness.
  • LED dermalux Light Therapy: Harnessing the power of light wavelengths, LED therapy helps reduce inflammation, promote collagen synthesis, and enhance skin rejuvenation.
  • Plasma Skin Tightening: Using plasma technology, this non-invasive treatment tightens loose skin, minimizes wrinkles, and improves overall skin tone and texture.
  • Skin Peels: Customised peels exfoliate the skin’s surface, removing dead cells and promoting cellular turnover for a brighter, smoother complexion.
  • Radio Frequency: This treatment delivers radiofrequency energy deep into the skin, stimulating collagen production and tightening lax skin for a more youthful and lifted appearance.
  • Environ Facials: These are tailored to address individual skin concerns, delivering potent ingredients to nourish, hydrate, and rejuvenate the skin.

In addition to your professional treatments, I recommend incorporating skincare products from trusted brands into your daily routine. I proudly offer cosmeceutical grade products from Environ, Heliocare, Skinceuticals. As well as premium grade skin supplements from Advanced Nutrition Programme and Totally Derma. These products are formulated with high-quality ingredients to support skin health, address menopausal skin concerns, and enhance the results of your treatments.

A quick note about skincare…

Are you using Cosmetic or Cosmeceutical skincare?

  • Cosmetic skincare products primarily focus on providing short-term, surface-level improvements to the skin, such as hydration, temporary smoothing of fine lines, or instant brightening effects. These can be bought over the counter.
  • Cosmeceutical skincare products contain active ingredients that penetrate deeper into the skin, targeting specific concerns like aging, acne, or hyperpigmentation, resulting in long-term improvements at a cellular level for lasting results in skin health and appearance. These generally need to be recommended by a trained skin professional.

Many clients are unsure of what skincare products they should be using. They may have been gifted products or have used the same brand for years. During menopause your skin changes and may require different ingredients. I provide clarity around exactly what your skin needs during a skin consultation.

Specific Areas of Concern During Menopause

Let’s have a look at the most common areas of concern during menopause: 

Eye Lids: Sagging or drooping eyelids can be addressed with treatments like Plasma Skin Tightening and Radio Frequency, which tighten loose skin and improve firmness in the eye area.

Smoker’s Lines/Mouth Area: Skin peels and microneedling treatments can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth area, promoting collagen production and improving skin texture.

Under Eye Area and Crow’s Feet: Plasma treatments are particularly effective for rejuvenating the delicate skin around the eyes, and smoothing crow’s feet.

Sagging Skin: Radio Frequency treatments deliver targeted energy to stimulate collagen production, resulting in tighter, more lifted skin. Plasma treatments can also be used for this.

Dry Skin: Environ facials, enriched with hydrating ingredients, and products from Advanced Nutrition Programme, Totally Derma and Rejuvented can replenish moisture and nourish dry, dehydrated skin.

Lines and Wrinkles: Microneedling stimulates collagen synthesis, improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, while Plasma Skin Tightening targets sagging skin for a smoother, more youthful complexion.

Loss of Lip Volume: Dermal fillers can help to restore lost volume in the lips.

Sensitive Skin: LED light therapy and Environ facials target, soothe and strengthen sensitive skin. This is particularly effective for sensitive skins and Rosacea.

Sunspots/Melasma: Peels are particularly effective for sunspots and melasma. Blemish removal can also be beneficial depending on the size of the sunspot.


Many times, a client will have a range of treatments made into a bespoke skin package to address all of her concerns and get her the best results. With these treatments we can give you exciting results!

Skincare Advice During Menopause

What Skincare Ingredients to Avoid When Going Through Menopause (Your skin may be more sensitive to these ingredients).

These can trigger your skin to flare up or feel sensitive/irritated.

  • Fragrances: Synthetic fragrances can irritate sensitive skin and trigger allergic reactions, especially during hormonal fluctuations.
  • Alcohol toners: Alcohol-based toners can strip the skin of its natural oils, leading to increased dryness and irritation, which are common concerns during menopause.
  • Certain Chemicals: Ingredients like parabens, sulfates, and phthalates can disrupt hormonal balance and contribute to skin inflammation, making them best avoided during menopause.
  • Retinoids: I LOVE retinoids and they are beneficial for anti-aging, however, they may cause increased sensitivity and dryness in menopausal skin, so it’s important to use them cautiously and under the guidance of an experienced therapist. Ask me about what’s best for YOUR skin when you’re in next (or pop me a message).

By avoiding these ingredients, you can better manage your skin changes associated with menopause and maintain a healthy and happy skin!

If you’re not sure what is in your current products (it can be confusing!) come in and bring them – I’ll have a look and let you know.

How Should I Change My Skin Care in Menopause?

Dryness, sensitivity due to thinning skin and collagen loss are the main things you’ll be addressing.


  • Hydrate: Combat dryness with moisturizers rich in ceramides and hyaluronic acid.
  • Protect: Shield against UV damage with a broad-spectrum SPF with moisturizing and soothing properties. 
  • Renew: Stimulate collagen production with retinoids for smoother, firmer skin.
  • Soothe: Calm sensitivity with gentle, fragrance-free products such as Environ.
  • Nourish: Include omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins in your diet for skin health.
  • Boost: Collagen supplements from Totally Derma promote collagen growth for incredible results with lines, wrinkles, and hydration.


IMPORTANT: Don’t “wing” your skincare during menopause! Your skin’s fragile balance is already changing and can be triggered or damaged by the wrong products/ingredients. 

Book a consultation or pop me a message.

Important Consideration Should Be Given to SPFs

Did you know that you are more susceptible to UV damage when you’re going through the menopause?

During menopause, hormonal changes can make the skin more susceptible to UV damage, leading to increased sun sensitivity. This is because estrogen levels decline, which reduces the skin’s ability to protect and repair itself from sun exposure. 

  • To protect menopausal skin, it’s crucial to use broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher. Look for sunscreens that offer both UVA and UVB protection to shield the skin from harmful rays. 
  • Opt for mineral-based sunscreens containing zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, as they are less likely to cause irritation. 
  • Remember to apply sunscreen generously and reapply every two hours, especially when spending time outdoors. 
  • Also, wearing protective clothing, sunglasses, and seeking shade during peak sun hours can further safeguard the skin from UV damage.

SPFs I recommend:

Heliocare® 360° Mineral Tolerance Fluid SPF 50

A light, breathable fluid with mineral-only filters that absorbs quickly into the skin with a silky finish.

Key Ingredients

  • Protects against UVA, UVB, visible light and infrared-A with SPF50 and PA++++
  • Supercharged anti-oxidant Fernblock® protects skin health
  • DNA repair enzymes
  • Additional anti-oxidants Vitamins C & E plus green tea extract

Heliocare® 360° Oil-Free Gel SPF 50

An ultra-light mattifying gel that melts into the skin with a dry-touch, matte finish.

Key Ingredients

  • Protects against UVA, UVB, visible light and infrared-A with SPF50 and PA++++
  • Supercharged anti-oxidant Fernblock® protects skin health
  • DNA repair enzymes
  • Additional anti-oxidants Vitamins C & E plus green tea extract

Both are available through the online shop on this website.

Ask for Omegas! 4 Reasons Why You Need Omega Oils for Dry Skin

During menopause dry skin can be more prevalent and bothersome.

I recommend increasing your Omega oils – both in your skincare products and in your diet.


Omega oils have specific benefits for dry skin:

  • They strengthen the lipid barrier (protective barrier of the skin) which helps to prevent transepidermal water loss (TEWL). This means moisture can’t evaporate from the skin and skin stays hydrated.
  • Omega-3s, found in fatty fish like salmon, support skin barrier function, reducing moisture loss and inflammation. 
  • Omega-6s, found in plant oils like evening primrose and borage oil, aid in skin repair and regeneration. 
  • Omega-9s, from olive oil and nuts, promote skin elasticity and hydration. 


So, incorporate these into your diet to nourish your skin from within.

What I recommend:
Skin Omegas+ (Advanced Nutrition Programme™ Skin Supplement) is ideal for those who want radiant, hydrated skin. You get a scientifically proven synergy of nourishing omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, plus vitamin A for transformative results.

These are available in the online shop.

How To BOOST Your Collagen During Menopause – Top Treatments for FAST results.

“What’s happened to my collagen!?”

Collagen, a protein that provides structure and elasticity to the skin, naturally declines with age, and is further exacerbated during menopause due to decreased estrogen levels. 

This loss of collagen leads to fine lines and wrinkles, particularly around the eyes, mouth, and forehead. 

What works to BOOST collagen?

  • Use skincare products that contain potent collagen boosting ingredients: Retinoids, Peptides, Vitamin C, Hyaluronic Acid, Growth Factors. These all stimulate collagen growth.
  • BOOST your collagen with treatments such as Microneedling, Radiofrequency Skin Tightening, Plasma Pen Therapy, Chemical Peels.
  • Support your new collagen with boosting supplements such as Totally Derma.
  • Wear an SPF daily as UVA rays penetrate skin to break down collagen.

With advanced skin treatments you can see fast results.


“Why is my skin so dry and itchy!?”

3 things:

Changes in hormone levels, decreased skin hydration, and impaired skin barrier function. 

Your skin simply can’t hold onto water as it used to. Your skin’s surface is impaired and becomes itchy.

It’s important to deal with this as soon as possible to prevent further irritation and inflammation from occurring.


Our Top Body Cream *client favourite: ENVIRON Body EssentiA ACE Body Oil 

Environ Vitamin A,C,& E Body Oil is a fine textured oil formulated to provide the skin with a high concentration of vitamins and anti oxidants to help energise dry and sun damaged skin, leaving it looking velvety soft. It soaks in immediately. Transformative results for dry and damaged skin!

Our Top Face Cream: Environ Super Moisturiser. It has been enriched with 2 powerful hydrating ingredients which regulate natural hydration levels and replenish the skin’s moisture barrier, leaving it soft and nourished. It is easily absorbed, leaving the skin feeling comfortable, hydrated and smooth. Ideal for those who are experiencing a tight, dried-out feeling.

Gives your skin a luxurious, silky after-feel.

Our Top Hydrating Serum: SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Serum.
Hydrating B5 Gel replenishes nutrients the skin needs to feel smooth and appear younger. This oil-free moisturizing serum combines vitamin B5 with hyaluronic acid, the body’s natural hydrator, to help bind moisture to the skin. Ideal for those with dry and sensitive skin.

These products work wonders for dry skin during menopause and best of all – they work fast to soothe itchiness and irritation.

Pick yours up in the salon today, or order online now via this website “SHOP PAGE”.

<before and after pic of arm – body oil pic> *Waiting to get approval for this image from Environ, so may add in at a later date.

“Help! I haven’t had breakouts since I was a teenager – what’s going on? Is this normal?”

Yes! This is normal and some women experience oilier skin and breakouts during menopause.

You may have a few spots, a few pockets of breakouts, or more?

Why this happens:

Increased androgen levels can stimulate sebum production, leading to clogged pores and blemishes in some women.


1 Pre-cleanser. Add in a pre-cleanse oil as the first step to your routine. A pre-cleanse oil helps to lift and remove excess surface oil, sunscreen, makeup, and environmental pollutants from the skins surface. So, when you go in with your cleanser/face wash, you get a much better and deeper cleanse resulting in clearer skin and less breakouts. I recommend Environ pre-cleanse oil.

2 Use a microfibre cloth to remove your pre-cleanser and cleanser. Your oil may be thicker, and skin cells may be thicker, so you need a gentle yet effective cleansing cloth to remove your cleanser. Just splashing it off with water won’t be enough. A microfibre cloth grips onto excess oil and skin cells for a thorough removal.

3 Avoid comedogenic skincare products that can clog pores and exacerbate acne. I will personally assess your skincare and let you know if you need to change anything.

4 Exfoliating treatments such as skin peels can be very effective for menopausal breakouts.


Why not pop in for a skin consultation where I can assess your skin and give you some recommendations for fast results?

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“Why has my skin suddenly become red? I’ve never had an issue with red cheeks before and now they flare up at the slightest thing!”

Are you experiencing this at the moment? 

Why does this happen?

During menopause:

  • Hormonal fluctuations lead to increased blood flow in cheeks due to estrogen decline.
  • Reduced collagen and elastin production results in thinner, sensitive skin prone to redness.
  • Skin becomes more sensitive to environmental factors like sunlight and temperature changes.
  • Menopause may activate or exacerbate rosacea, characterised by facial flushing and visible blood vessels.

These changes all contribute to cheek redness, affecting women previously unaffected.

The best treatments for this are: Environ facials and Dermalux LED therapy.

The best products for this are: SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Serum.
This oil-free moisturizing serum combines vitamin B5 with hyaluronic acid, the body’s natural hydrator, to help bind moisture to the skin. It’s ideal for those with dry and sensitive skin on the cheeks.

I look after many women with this issue, and they’re delighted and relieved that there are solutions. Personalised advice is always best so message now if you have any questions or go ahead and book a skin consultation.

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Are there any foods that help with skin redness on the cheeks during menopause

A: Yes, certain foods may help alleviate skin redness on the cheeks during menopause:


  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Found in fatty fish such as salmon and mackerel, omega-3 fatty acids have anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce redness and inflammation in the skin.
  • Vitamin D: Foods rich in vitamin D include fortified dairy products, egg yolks, and fatty fish. Adequate vitamin D levels may help regulate the immune system and reduce skin inflammation, potentially easing redness.
  • Probiotics: Probiotic-rich foods include yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut, and kimchi. They support gut health, which is linked to skin health, and may help reduce inflammation and improve overall skin condition, including redness.
  • Turmeric: This spice can be added to dishes or consumed as a tea. Curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, has anti-inflammatory properties that may help alleviate skin redness.
  • Zinc: Foods high in zinc include shellfish, legumes, nuts, seeds, and whole grains. Zinc has anti-inflammatory effects and may help reduce redness and irritation in the skin.

Note: Before making significant changes to your diet, it’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional to ensure your dietary choices are appropriate for your individual health needs.

“I feel like my face has lost its volume and I can see the effects of gravity. What would you suggest? Is there anything that can be done?”

Yes, and we see incredible results!

  • To address volume loss and sagging, treatments like microneedling stimulate collagen production for firmer skin, particularly effective for under eyes and cheeks. 
  • Plasma pen skin tightening targets sagging areas like eyelids, jowls, and jawline by stimulating collagen and elastin. 
  • Radio frequency tightens skin, improving elasticity and reducing sagging, ideal for the whole face and areas like cheeks.

The results are cumulative with these treatments but usually you can see immediate improvement.

Other advice

Skin Supporting Supplements – Which ones are best during menopause?

Skin Collagen Synergy by Advanced Nutrition Programme™ will help to firm up your skin and has vitamin C to bring some colour.

Skin Omegas+ by Advanced Nutrition Programme™ is ideal for those who want radiant and hydrated skin. It also has a calming effect on sensitive skins. It contains a scientifically proven synergy of nourishing omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, plus vitamin A.

Totally Derma is a collagen drink that offers scientifically proven, premium-grade ingredients that stimulate collagen production, improve skin hydration, reduce wrinkles, and promote overall skin health and vitality.

*This before and after photo is from Totally Derma

5 Ways Stress Affects Your Skin During Menopause (you might be surprised!)

During menopause, the body undergoes significant hormonal changes, and stress can exacerbate these effects on the skin in several ways:

  1. Hormonal Imbalance: Stress triggers the release of cortisol, known as the stress hormone, which can disrupt the delicate balance of hormones during menopause, leading to increased sebum production, acne breakouts, and skin sensitivity.
  2. Accelerated Ageing: Chronic stress can accelerate the ageing process by promoting the breakdown of collagen and elastin fibers in the skin, leading to wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin.
  3. Skin Conditions: Stress can exacerbate existing skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and rosacea, causing flare-ups and worsening symptoms during menopause.
  4. Impaired Skin Barrier Function: Stress can compromise the skin’s barrier function, making it more susceptible to environmental damage, dehydration, and inflammation.
  5. Delayed Healing: High levels of stress can impair the skin’s ability to repair and regenerate, leading to delayed wound healing and prolonged recovery from skin issues.

So, as you can see it’s imperative that we manage our stress. And that’s what I’m here for!

Many clients would say that No56 Aesthetics salon is “their happy place”. It’s the one place where they can truly relax and be looked after and be attended to for a couple of hours. Nobody needs anything from them at this time…They have a chance to relax and enjoy! They leave feeling lighter and happier.
With our professional facials you get to relax and have incredible skin changes at the same time.
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Menopausal Skin Tags and Growths: Understanding Skin Changes

“They feel like little needles whenever anything rubs against them!”

Have you noticed an increase in skin tags since starting menopause?

Hormonal changes during menopause can contribute to the development of skin tags, benign growths that often appear in areas of friction or folds, such as the neck, under the bra line, underarms, and groin. 

While harmless, skin tags can be bothersome or unsightly for some women. 

I offer a professional skin tag removal service. It’s a quick and comfortable treatment and usually clients are surprised how easy it is. “I wish I’d done it sooner!” and “It’s such a relief to have them gone!” is what we hear a lot. 

IMPORTANT: Avoid attempting to remove skin tags at home, as this can lead to infection or scarring. 

We start with a consultation to make sure you’re a suitable candidate.

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Menopause Skin Consultation from Your Trusted Skin Expert

You’re invited to book your Menopause Skin Consultation where you will get honest advice about what your skin needs. Your skin will be analysed, your products will be assessed, and any questions will be answered. I am here to help and support you with the latest treatments and products.

It can be an emotional time, and sudden skin changes can add a feeling of frustration.

I am here to support you through menopause and skin changes. With extensive expertise in managing skin transformations and rejuvenation during this phase, I am dedicated to helping you look and feel your absolute best.

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  • Soothing and calming
  • Kills bacteria on the skin
  • Suitable for the most sensitive and reactive skins
  • Promotes new skin growth
  • Reduces swelling
  • Activates collagen
  • Anti-itch, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, non-irritating
  • Reduces redness and flaking skin
  • Increases hydration
  • Purifies and protects the skin

How to use: Spritz over the skin twice daily and allow the solution to dry for around 20 seconds then continue with your normal skincare routine. This can also be used as a skin hydrator and can be used on top of make-up for added hydration. For open wounds and severe skin conditions, spray liberally throughout the day. Do not rinse.

Collagen Supplements – Are They Worth It?

What are Collagen Supplements?

Collagen supplements have become popular in recent years as a solution for promoting collagen growth and reducing signs of ageing. They are available in various forms such as pills, powders, and drinks. They claim to improve skin elasticity, reduce wrinkles, and support overall skin structure. However, the results of these supplements can vary depending on factors like the source of collagen and the formulation. With numerous options flooding the market, it’s hard to know which brands to trust. It’s essential to research and choose high-quality products like Totally Derma, known for its premium grade and scientifically backed ingredients.


How Collagen Supplements Work

Collagen is a vital protein found in the body that provides structure to the skin, bones, and connective tissues. As we age, collagen production naturally declines, leading to wrinkles, sagging skin, and joint stiffness. Collagen supplements work to replenish and stimulate collagen production in the body, resulting in improved skin elasticity and hydration. They usually contain hydrolyzed collagen peptides and amino acids that promote collagen growth.


Is Supplementing Collagen Necessary During Menopause, don’t we Produce it Naturally?

Yes. Our bodies do naturally produce collagen, but menopause triggers a rapid decline in its levels due to decreasing estrogen. This results in rapid ageing of the skin with wrinkles and sagging. 

While natural collagen production continues, it often fails to meet demand. Supplements offer a solution by supplying additional collagen and essential nutrients to counteract this loss.


How Does Totally Derma Help Menopausal Skin?

It is beneficial for hair, skin,  gut. nails, bone density and general dryness of mucous membranes. Therefore, it is a good all-round product for menopausal women especially.

A small, self-reporting Totally Derma® study revealed promising results with the supplement, offering relief for 90% of the participants across the full range of GSM (Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause) symptoms.

  • 100% Smoother and more hydrated skin
  • 75% Improvement in wrinkles

Why Choose Totally Derma Over Others?

Totally Derma is a premium grade collagen supplement backed by scientific studies and clinical research. Totally Derma is formulated with advanced, evidence-based ingredients that have been shown to deliver impressive results in promoting collagen production, improving skin hydration, and reducing the appearance of wrinkles. 


The Power of Totally Derma Collagen Drink Ingredients

Totally Derma Collagen Drink is packed with essential ingredients for vibrant, youthful skin. Collagen amino acid peptides promote firmness and elasticity, while hyaluronic acid hydrates and plumps the skin. Vitamin C boosts collagen production, while grape seed extract and green tea extract provide potent antioxidants to protect against damage. Alpha lipoic acid and zinc aid in skin repair and rejuvenation, giving you youthful and radiant skin. With Totally Derma, you get a comprehensive blend of ingredients that work synergistically to nourish and revitalise your skin from within.


Why I recommend Totally Derma – Especially if You’re Having Anti-Aging Treatments

For women who are getting collagen-stimulating treatments, supporting these treatments with Totally Derma Collagen Drink is a game-changer. While treatments like microneedling and plasma skin tightening stimulate collagen production externally, internal support is important for long-lasting results. Totally Derma ensures your body has the necessary nutrients to produce high-quality collagen, enhancing the results of your treatments and prolonging their benefits. 


When Will I See Results with Totally Derma?

  • 3 Weeks: Experience smoother, more hydrated skin as Totally Derma® stimulates collagen and hyaluronic acid production in the dermis, providing noticeable hydration.
  • 8 Weeks: Witness visible reduction in wrinkles as increased collagen levels lead to anti-ageing effects and improved skin texture.
  • Joint Flexibility: Feel improved joint flexibility and comfort due to reduced inflammation and enhanced joint support provided by Totally Derma®.
  • 6 Weeks: Notice longer, stronger hair and nails with potential hair regrowth reported after a month, offering comprehensive results for skin, joints, hair, and nails.

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