The cosmetic value of red clover also receives a fair share of attention. Deterioration in skin quality may occur during the menopause. The adverse changes include thickening and drying of the skin. Some link these problems with the failure of the woman's body to produce sufficient amounts of the estrogen hormone. Red clover contains compounds that have similar effects on the body to estrogen so advocates for its use argue that it can reverse the skin damage that a lack of estrogen causes.
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