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Zits. Brown spots. Sagging. Forget PMS--now you can blame your hormones for bad skin, too.

Is Your Skin Hormonal?

Slacking Off continued...

Once hormone production grinds almost to a halt (hello, menopause!), skin changes dramatically all over your body. "Thirty percent of your collagen is lost in the first five years after menopause. As a result, not only will your face fall, but you'll also see more cellulite—your hormones are gone and your body turns to Jell-O," says Fields. "Forty-year-olds still look good, but even Demi Moore will turn to gush." Stay tuned for Demi's solution (because you know that at age 47, she won't go down without a fight).

Originally published on February 1, 2010

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