Estrogens have been shown to increase collagen, elastin, vascularization and skin thickness. Many women report a sudden onset of skin aging several months after menopausal symptoms begin. The menopause causes hypoestrogenism, accelerating age-related deterioration, which results in thinner skin, an increase in number and depth of wrinkles, increased skin dryness, and decreased skin firmness and elasticity.
Finally, estrogens stimulate the hair follicle in the scalp and act as antioxidants, protecting against stress and inflammation.
Nomeno's key ingredient also contains high levels of antioxidants which are substances that can prevent or slow damage to cells caused by free radicals, unstable molecules that the body produces as a reaction to environmental and other pressures.
Hormonal pigmentation is most common in women as it appears as irregular patches of brown skin on the forehead, cheeks, upper lip, chin and nose and is more commonly seen in people with darker complexions. It is not dangerous but can be unsightly and embarrassing for those who suffer with it. It usually occurs during times of hormonal fluctuations associated with pregnancy, menopause or hormone imbalance.