Application of hyaluronic acid in skin care of women in perimenopausal and menopausal periods


Population aging is an important socio-demographic process that receives special attention. In the XX century, in the developed countries of the world, the number of people aged 55 and over increased from about 4 to 13%, topto there is a tendency for these indicators to grow [3,6]. It is this demographic situation that determines the increased attention to research in the field of aging, especially in relation to its potential age-related changes [3,6,11]. Skin aging is part of the overall biological aging process and is governed by the same laws. With age, diseases approach, the colors of life fade, physical activity and sexual desire decrease, chronic fatigue increases [3,5,6,8]. The reason for these problems is the extinction of the function of the reproductive system against the background of general aging of the body [7,8,11]. The skin is the first to react to changes in the body, and also takes on the action of exogenous (climatic changes, UV, lifestyle, etc.) and endogenous factors [1,2,5]. An important endogenous factor in skin aging, especially in women, is the state of the endocrine system [4,5,8,9]. The age periods of a woman are characterized by certain changes both in the reproductive system and in the whole body as a whole. This process can begin long before the onset of menopause (about 35- 40 years), which depends on how strong the sexual constitution and the healthy body of the woman as a whole [5,9].


Ключові слова

perimenopausal and menopausal periods, hyaluronic acid, skin care, HYALU B5

Бібліографічний опис

Application of hyaluronic acid in skin care of women in perimenopausal and menopausal periods / K. Vasylyeva, Ya. Yemchenko, O. Bezeha, V. Kameniev, M. Dudchenko // Theory and practice of modern science : collection of scientific papers «SCIENTIA» with Proceedings of the II International Scientific and Theoretical Conference, Kraków, Republic of Poland, November 12 2021. – Kraków : European Scientific Platform, 2021. – Vol. 2. – P. 73–77.