Is-That-Mole-Dangerous-The-Truth-About-Detecting-Skin-Cancer-Photo5According to an article published by Dr. Paul G. Sator in the Journal of Experimental Dermatology, the skin is the target organ of sex steroids and hormones. Thus, hormonal imbalances can be reflected in it. For example, our sebaceous glands—responsible for secreting oil—are affected by hormones which are, at the same time, regulated by our reproductive organs. Consequently, a lot of skin functions are induced by hormones; therefore, hormonal imbalances that stem from reproductive organs that are not working at their maximum capacity are easily reflected in it.

Some of the signs of your reproductive health that are reflected on our skin are: