Do I Need A Serum?
Living M Blog
by Siobhan McCarthy
1w ago
Skincare can be confusing – with so many products, ingredients and steps to choose from it can be hard to know what is really going to work. Throw midlife skin changes into the mix and things and it can seem even more complicated. That’s why we created Living M – to simplify your regime with all the ingredients and products you need for the perfect skincare routine in menopause. One question we get asked a lot is “do I need a serum?”. If you are looking for serious results in midlife, think of a serum as the powerhouse of your routine. If you aren’t already using one, now is the time to start ..read more
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Why Our Treatment Mask is A Skin Saviour for Menopause
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by Siobhan McCarthy
2M ago
You’ve probably noticed your skin changing in midlife.  Dryness, tightness, loss of glow, sensitivity and redness and the most common skin complaints we hear from our lovely customers. Skin certainly needs a bit of extra TLC around menopause. Maybe your skin feels inflamed after a hot flash or just feels dry and tight all the time.  When we created our 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser and Mask to be so nourishing it can be used as a cleanser AND a face mask to rejuvenate skin when our skin needs a little extra love. If you haven’t been using a face mask until now, it’s an addition to your skinc ..read more
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5 Skincare Ingredients to Avoid In Midlife
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by Siobhan McCarthy
2M ago
You might have noticed your skin becoming more sensitive in midlife.  Many women who have never had sensitive skin before start to experience irritation for the first time around menopause and women who have always had sensitive skin find it can get a whole lot worse.  It might surprise you to learn that this can be triggered by certain ingredients that are used in a lot of skincare products.   It pays to know what these ingredients are as they can be a recipe for dryness and inflammation. At Living M, we don’t use any filler ingredients and avoid all known skin irritants i ..read more
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Radiant Skin in Midlife: Top Tips for a Healthy Glow
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by Siobhan McCarthy
2M ago
Boost radiance without causing irritation We can’t sing this skincare superhero’s praises enough. Niacinamide has so many benefits for midlife skin it’s hard to know where to begin but boosting radiance without causing irritation is a big one. It has a super effective brightening effect on skin but, unlike other ingredients it is well tolerated and won’t cause irritation, redness, or sensitivity. Quench & Soothe Serum is formulated with niacinamide for a radiance boost without irritation. Boost Your Collagen Levels Because collagen levels start to decline dramatically in (peri)me ..read more
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3 Collagen Boosting Ingredients You Need to Know
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by Siobhan McCarthy
2M ago
What is Collagen? Think of collagen as skin’s structural support system. It’s the most abundant protein in the body found in bones, muscles, skin, and tendons. Think of it like the glue or the scaffolding that holds skin cells together and makes them strong. It’s responsible for skin’s elasticity and firmness, so when collagen levels start to decline rapidly in menopause, the impact on our skin is significant What Happens to Collagen Levels in Menopause? Collagen production is linked to oestrogen levels. As oestrogen levels decline around perimenopause, collagen levels start to decline rapidly ..read more
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4 Products To Transform Your Skin In Menopause
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by Siobhan McCarthy
4M ago
Menopausal Skin Needs Are Different The skin changes we experience in menopause are quite specific, so we really need a tailored approach to treating them. Many women find that products they been using for years stop getting results or even worse, start to cause irritation. We need a fresh approach if we want great skin in menopause.  30% of collagen is lost in the first 5 years of menopause and the effect on our skin is dramatic – dryness, loss of radiance and firmness, hyperpigmentation, increased sensitivity, and breakouts are all common skin symptoms caused by fluctuating hormones. Ou ..read more
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The Best Day & Night Skincare Routine for Menopause
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by Siobhan McCarthy
5M ago
The world of skincare routines can be daunting, especially when it comes to menopause. Our hormones can affect the health and condition of our skin even more than simply ageing so we need a specialised approach if we want great results from our skincare. Dryness, dullness, hormonal breakouts and increased sensitivity – hormonal skin needs can be complex and conflicting around menopause but caring for skin doesn’t need to be. What is the difference between a day and night skincare routine? Day and night skincare routines perform different functions so to get the best results you need to be usin ..read more
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If there is one skincare switch to make in menopause, this is it.
Living M Blog
by Siobhan McCarthy
5M ago
Why We Created Collagen Boost Moisturiser When we developed Collagen Boost Moisturiser, we wanted to create a product that really does do it all. A true one cream wonder that targets multiple menopausal skin changes at once.  In menopause, simplifying your skincare routine is key. As collagen levels decline, skin becomes thinner, drier and loses radiance. It also becomes much more prone to sensitivity and inflammation.  The worst thing you can do is overload your skin with lots of different products and complicated regimes.  Editing your skincare routine to a few high-performanc ..read more
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Consistency is the key to great skin in menopause.
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by Siobhan McCarthy
6M ago
There is No Magic Solution It seems like every week there is a new product launch or ingredient trending that promises to transform your skin. But with skincare, there is no magic cream or overnight sensation.  When your skin is changing in menopause, it can be tempting to try lots of different products and add more steps to your routine, but this can be a recipe for inflammation and sensitivity can make hormonal skin symptoms like dryness and dullness worse. Here’s why a consistent skincare routine with the right products and carefully selected active ingredients is the most effective so ..read more
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What is Hormonal Skincare and why is it important in menopause?
Living M Blog
by Siobhan McCarthy
6M ago
What is hormonal skincare? Hormonal skincare addresses the intricate balance between hormones and skin health.  Hormones are key messengers in our bodies and have a profound effect on the condition of our skin.  Oestrogen and progesterone, in particular, play an important role in regulating skin health and appearance. Hormonal skincare is a revolutionary approach that recognises the impact hormonal changes can have on our skin and provides targeted solutions to these very specific changes.  Understanding the way your hormones affect your skin means you can optimise your skincare ..read more
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