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When menopause hits, skin completely changes. It's all thanks to those pesky hormone changes, and it can feel like your complexion has totally changed in the span of a day. From dewy and bouncy to dull and droopy, there's a lot to get used to. While many people turn to Botox during those moments to plump their skin back up, fillers aren't an option for everyone. If you're in the camp that would prefer not to go under the needle, then there are plenty of practices you can adopt that will help keep your skin looking healthy and radiant on its own.

There are the obvious tips like stopping smoking and drinking plenty of water, which will help your skin retain its moisture and prevent wrinkles. But then there are a lot of not-so-obvious tips that might surprise you.

We asked dermatologists and plastic surgeons to share some of their best secrets to help you take care of your skin at home. From what ingredients to look for in your creams to what kind of foods to eat to help boost your skin's strength from the inside out, they had a lot to say. Click ahead and see what your new skincare regimen should look like!