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Resurgence (Hormonal Aging)Menopause is a part of life but its symptoms of skin dehydration, dullness, uneven pigment, irritation and unwanted facial hair growth are not something you have to live with. Balancing transition begins here. Menopause marks the natural end of a woman’s reproductive period as estrogen hormone production ceases.


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Jade Chicago, Illinois October 29, 2014
As soon as I noticed my skin had started to show signs of aging, I bought this product. It worked wonderfully and I am extremely happy with the condition of my skin since I began using it. However, at $74, it is very expensive and I am still unsure if I can afford to purchase it a second time after my current supply has ran out.
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TJ Salem, OR February 17, 2010
Concentrated, hydrating, skin is very soft and this product is non irritating for sensitive skin. Have only used it a couple weeks now, will give update with longer usage as regards to anti aging benefits.
Product is great
TJ Salem, Oregon February 17, 2010
Have only used this product for a couple weeks, it goes on nice, very concentrated, and does not irritate my skin like some products. Over all it is wonderful, I have not noticed a huge difference yet in the anti aging area but I am confident that over time it will help dry skin issues that can cause aging as it is very hydrating.


More About Resurgence (Hormonal Aging)

Terminology: The terms ‘going through menopause’ or ‘menopausal’ are commonly used to describe the changes or symptoms a woman may experience before she stops menstruating altogether. More accurately, what she is actually going through is perimenopause.

Perimenopause: also known as menopause transition or what euphemistically used to be referred to as ‘the change’ - is the phase up to ten years prior to menopause when the ovaries gradually produce less estrogen. This usually starts in a woman's 40s, though in some can begin as early as the 30s. The last year or two of perimenopause, as the reduction of estrogen accelerates, are usually the most difficult.

Response to symptoms: A woman’s response, both physically and emotionally, to perimenopause and menopause is highly individual. Some sail right through with few symptoms, while others experience total upheaval not unlike adolescence in reverse. Fluctuating hormones can lead to irregular cycles and mood swings.

Nor is skin, the largest organ in the body, immune to systemic changes that menopause brings. The body’s progressive depletion of estrogen can have a noticeably negative impact on skin texture, tone, elasticity, and clarity.

Strategic approach: There is good news however, and that is, forewarned is forearmed. Though menopause is inevitable, it can be managed and managed successfully if you take the right approach.





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