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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ​ABOUT POST-MENOPAUSE

SKINCONSULTAI CoachingVichy laboratoires

Week 1

Vichy laboratoiresSKINCONSULTAI Coaching

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ​ABOUT POST-MENOPAUSE

Welcome to your Menocoach program

CONGRATULATIONS! YOU ARE ABOUT TO START THE MENOCOACH POST-MENOPAUSE PROGRAM!

FOR THIS 1ST WEEK, LET’S START WITH 3 OBJECTIVES:

  • UNDERSTAND WHAT POST-MENOPAUSE IS
  • RESET YOUR DAILY SKINCARE PRODUCT PROTOCOL
  • TRY TO PRACTICE 3 TIMES FACE MASSAGE ROUTINE TO BOOST YOUR SKIN.
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WHAT IS
POST-MENOPAUSE?

WOMEN HEALTH

Board member of the International Menopause Society (IMS), Dr. Marla Shapiro is a healthcare provider with special interest in women’s health.

Learn more on post-menopause symptoms and how it impacts body and mind.

WHAT ARE THE IMPACT OF HORMONAL VARIATION ON YOUR SKIN?

SKIN & EXPOSOME – Environment, lifestyle and hormonal variations.

Dermatologist in Canada, Dr. Jennifer Beecker is specialized in medical dermatology, skin cancer as well as cosmetic dermatology.

Discover what are the impacts of hormonal variation on skin at post-menopause and how to protect your skin everyday.

NEOVADIOL POST-MENOPAUSE PROTOCOL

VICHY’S SOLUTION

To target specific skin needs at peri-menopause, Vichy Laboratoires created NEOVADIOL POST-MENOPAUSE Serum and Creams protocol.
Clinically scored by dermatologists, its efficacy has been tested on post-menopausal women with sensitive skin.

FRÉDÉRIQUE LABATUT

HEAD OF VICHY LABORATOIRES

“AT POST-MENOPAUSE, FIND THE RIGHT PROTOCOL WITH THE RIGHT DERM-ACTIVES TO IMPROVE YOU SKIN’S HEALTH.”

2 min
reading

WEEK 1.
MY SKINCARE
PROTOCOL
AT POST-MENOPAUSE

by Frédérique Labatut,
Head of Vichy Laboratoires

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MY SKINCARE PROTOCOL AT POST-MENOPAUSE

NEOVADIOL formulas are enriched with a powerful blend of derm-actives that match your specific skin’s needs at post-menopause.

To compensate visible ageing signs due to estrogen and cortisol variations at menopause, NEOVADIOL serum and creams formulas combine a powerful duo of Cassia Extract and Proxylane from vegetal origin known to redensify and lift your skin.

To replenish lipid loss, our post-menopause protocol skincare are formulated with omegas 3-6-9 to nourish your skin deeply.

STEP 1 – CLEANSE

VICHY PUERTÉ THERMALE 3-IN-1 MILK

It cleanses impurities and pollution particles, removes makeup from face and eyes, and leaves skin feeling toned and comfortable without drying out.

STEP 2 - PREPARE

NEOVADIOL MENO 5 BI-SERUM

It reactivate 5 skin mechanisms: density, age spots, wrinkles, radiance, dryness

  1. -13% sagginess(1)
  2. -22% age spots(2)
  3. +61% Epidermal surface lipids(3)
  4. -12% wrinkles(4)
  5. +14% Radiance(1)

STEP 3 – PRESERVE DAILY HYDRATION & SOOTHING EFFECT

NEOVADIOL POST-MENOPAUSE REPLENISHING FIRMING DAY OR NIGH CREAMS

It reactivates skin mechanisms at peri-menopause:

  • -25% sagginess (5)
  • +17% density (5)
  • -28% wrinkles (5)

STEP 4 – PROTECT YOUR SKIN DAILY

CAPITAL SOLEIL UV AGE DAILY SPF50+ is the essential final necessary step in your daily skincare routine, all year round. The lightweight, breathable texture combined with advanced suncare technology provides uniform invisible coverage, that leaves no white cast or tacky finish.

(1) Clinical scoring - 42 women after 2 months, (2) Instrumental test - dark spot size reduction - 41 women after 2 months, (3) Formula designed with lipids to compensate the reduction of sebum at menopause, (4) Clinical scoring on 41 women after 2 months, (5) clinical scoring on 219 women after 3 months using Neovadiol post-menopause creams

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PURETÉ THERMALE
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SABE MAIS

RESET YOUR HABITS WITH A NEW FACE RITUAL

Face count 57 muscles that need to be stimulated or relaxed. As face ritual instructor, Aurelia del Sol combines breathing exercises, massage and acupressure for a beautiful skin day after day.
It is your moment, enjoy it!

Find a comfortable posture. Inhale. Exhale. And follow the master!

THRIVING INTO POST-MENOPAUSE

HOLISTIC HEALTH PRACTICE

Throughout this entire period, your body undergoes a multitude of biological and clinical changes. Understanding and identifying these changes as early as possible helps to prevent the inconveniences they cause and to properly prepare your body for the years that follows.

DR. THIERRY HAAG

GYNEOCOLOGIST, VICHY SPA

“POST-MENOPAUSE IS A PERMANENT STAGE. THEREFORE, CHANGES ON YOUR BODY MUST BE UNDERSTOOD OVER A MUCH LONGER PERIOD OF TIME.”

3 min
reading

WEEK 1.
THRIVING IN POST-
MENOPAUSE WITH A
HOLISTIC HEALTH
PRACTICE

by Dr Thierry Haag,
Gynecologist

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THRIVING IN POST-MENOPAUSE WITH A HOLISTIC HEALTH PRACTICE

WHAT IS POST-MENOPAUSE?

Post-menopause is the period of time starting a year after the last menstrual period. At this stage, the ovaries have stopped releasing eggs and producing most of their estrogen.

Symptoms experienced before menopause will now vary in terms of the severity, the intensity or the frequency. For some of you they may ease, while for others they could be felt more strongly. It even happens that symptom never experienced before menopause, suddenly appear during this new phase in which you enter. The main difference between peri-menopause and post-menopause is that the second one will last your entire life. Therefore, changes on your body must be understood over a much longer period of time. Whether to prevent from short, medium or long-term consequences thorough and regular consultations with a competent physician are essential to safely and confidently face this new passage of your life, which is completely natural.

SHORT-TERM CONSEQUENCES

Short-term consequences are usually, but not always, those you experienced during peri-menopause. Night sweats, hot flashes, sleep trouble or loss of libido during this phase, are unpredictable and will continue to affect you differently from time to time. In some cases, non-pharmacological treatments (healthy diet, exercise, herbals, cessation of alcohol and tobacco etc.) might not be enough. In this case, a talk with your practitioner may lead you to choose Hormonal Replacement Therapy (HRT), which can be very helpful for some of you.

MIDDLE-TERM CONSEQUENCES

  • Fat distribution

To compensate for the loss of estrogen produced by the ovaries, the body stimulates adrenal glands, which increase the fatty tissue from which oestrogens is produced. This is why we often observe a distribution of fat especially in the abdominal and buttocks area. Don’t panic, a healthy, varied and proportionate diet will help your body to adapt to these changes so you will feel better and healthier.

  • Genitourinary disorders

Loss of oestrogens sometimes leads to vulvovaginal atrophy with consequences such as vaginal dryness and discomfort, frequent and sudden urges to urinate, and even sometimes to stress urinary incontinence (leakage of urine during moments of physical activity). Vaginal flora could also be affected by these changes and thus increase the risks to contract mycosis, vaginosis or lichen planus. Fortunately, specific exercises and dermatological treatments can prevent from all these effects. In most of the cases good prevention and regular follow-up will give all the tools you need.

  • Skin ageing and disorders

30% of skin collagen is lost during the first five postmenopausal years. This will directly affect your skin, hair and nails. However, you can boost the smoothness and hydration of your skin by improving your intake of foods rich in vitamin E, D and omega 3. You can also exercise as much as you can and give yourself a treat with beauty care that drastically reduces these changes.

LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES

  • Musculoskeletal problems

Musculoskeletal symptoms characterized by backache, fractures from minor trauma, decreased height and mobility are common due to osteoporosis. Nowadays, osteoporosis is easy to prevent. Frequent physical exercise along with a proper intake of calcium and vitamin D can avoid most of risks. In case this is not enough, some very specific treatments still exist.

  • Cardiovascular diseases

Oestrogens play a decisive role into the protection of the heart and all the cardiovascular system. As their level decreases, risks of higher blood pressure, bad cholesterol and stroke increase. The best way to prevent yourself from these risks is having a healthy diet, regular exercise and giving up bad habits such as tobacco and alcohol.

For each symptom there is a solution - whether pharmacological or not. And because each of you is unique, these solutions will depend completely on your specific needs and your will. Whatever the choice you make, it has to be individualized - and this is what you’ll figure out with the continued guidance and support of your practitioner.

Welcome to your program

This is your first week (of 4).
Let’s start with… some contents, if you don’t mind.