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Period Skin Woes – What to Expect and Tips to Follow

by Editorial Team |

Period skin is something not many talk about.

Think about this - It’s that time of the month again. Your tummy is bloated. Cramps are killing you. You’ve stained your bedsheet.

When they say it’s tough being a woman, they mean it. Now whether you like it or not, your skin reacts to hormonal imbalance. Those pimples and acne you hate, are screaming for attention. In this blog, we'll tell you about our favourite period skin tips.

But before that, would you like to take our free skin assessment? It will take into account what you eat, how much you sleep, and other lifestyle factors, to reveal the active and natural ingredients that your skin needs. This is the stepping stone to flawless skin - yes, even on your period!

 

 

Why Does My Skin Throw A Tantrum on My Period?

At any point in your menstrual cycle, there are three key players that define your skin’s responses – estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone.

  • The first half of your cycle: This is when estrogen and progesterone levels are at the lowest. You may find your skin to be dry, cracked, dull and lifeless.
  • The second half of your cycle: Progesterone levels are on the rise, causing sebum to build up underneath your skin. In layman’s terms, sebum is a thick, oily substance that acts as a natural lubricant for our skin.
  • Right before your period: At this point, testosterone is at its max. This activates some of our glands, leading to higher production and release of sebum. Sebum also acts as food for the bacteria we all hate – P.acnes. It is this culprit that leads to the inflammation and breaking out of your period skin.

Additionally, when your period is around, the skin is easily irritated and sensitive on a whole.

Now, for some women, sebum can prove to be brilliant. Their period skin gets a healthy glow, making it look more flawless than ever. For others, things often go south.

While we cannot do much to alter the relationship between hormones and acne, there’s a lot we can do to better it.

 

Top Tips for a Healthier Period Skin

Cleanse Your Face

Wash your face twice a day. This helps eliminate all the dirt, dust, and sweat lingering around the skin.

We really underestimate how much simple acts like these can help.

However, make sure you know how to wash your face rightFor instance, use clean hands, avoid generic bars of soap, and buy the right cleanser.

Alternatively, dab your face with a tissue paper to get rid of excess oil.

 

Alter Makeup Usage

It is necessary to let your skin breathe. Makeup creates a covering on your skin, and your period skin would be better off without it.

If you can’t completely eliminate makeup, try to go for a lighter, and more natural look. Avoid covering your skin with multiple layers of foundation, highlighters, and powders.

 

Eat Healthy, Folks!

What you eat during your period really shows up on your appearances. As a tip, cut out sugar, carbs, and caffeine from your diet.

What about my sugary cravings then? Yeah, yeah, give in to your cravings every once in a while, but make sure you don’t overdo it.

Consuming the right superfoods for skin can leave your skin glowing - even on your period!

 

Moisturise Right

Your period skin in the first half of its cycle is especially dry. To avoid further skin problems, you need to hydrate it well by means of moisturising.

To prevent irritability of period skin, use fragrance-free moisturisers.

 

Find Value in Your Kitchen

In addition to following an efficient skincare routine, get creative in the kitchen!

Hydrate your skin using ingredients available within the constraints of your pantry. Honey, cucumber, aloe vera, and rose water can go a long way in protecting your skin.

 

Sweat it Out

Don’t run away from sweat. A great workout session will not only help release toxins from your body, but will also make sure you cramp less.

P.S. Remember to wash your face and pat it dry after you’re done exercising. Following the right skin tips after a workout is crucial.

We get it. It may seem like too much. And anyway, everything seems like too much on your period. But hey, ever noticed that post-period glow on your skin? When you come to think of it, periods aren’t all that bad.

What we’re trying to say is that a little caution can make it better for you. And if your craggy skin is still making you cranky, we’re here to help you out.

Tell us exactly how your period skin is troubling you, and we’ll come to your rescue. You could take our free skin test, and our experts will formulate a product just for you.

Btw, our personalised skincare is made using all-natural and all-clean products. It takes you one step closer to the ethical and sustainable skincare ideal - just what skincare in 2020 demands.

 

 

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