Hormones like human growth hormone, testosterone, and estrogen, are responsible for healthy aging and a younger look.

Hormones That Make You Look Younger

Did you know that your hormone levels are evident on your face?

It’s a little-known fact, but it’s true, and no amount of cosmetic treatments can cover up the fact that your hormone levels affect how young you look and feel.

For this reason, hormone replacement therapy is becoming a popular treatment for tackling symptoms of aging. The dry skin, sallow look, and lines on your face may be due to a dip in hormone levels – and if this is the case, the solution is to get those levels back up again.

Hormones of Youth

So, what are the key hormones involved here? Let’s take a look at which hormones can help to make you look younger:

Human Growth Hormone

The human growth hormone (HGH) is a protein produced by the pituitary gland, which stimulates cell, muscle, and bone growth. However, as we get older, the HGH production begins to decline.

We produce normal levels of the human growth hormone in our younger years, which contributes to youthful attributes such as:

  • young-looking skin;
  • less body fat;
  • faster metabolism;
  • good muscle mass;
  • high energy levels;
  • sharp thinking.

The HGH hormone is therefore referred to as the fountain of youth, with wide-ranging benefits that can also affect how well you sleep.


Testosterone is the hormone responsible for giving males their distinctly male attributes. However, men begin to experience a drop in testosterone levels as they get older. Low testosterone levels (low T) are linked to wrinkles, muscle loss, weight gain, and thinning hair.

Testosterone therapy can combat physical, sexual, and emotional changes that come with getting older, especially for a man. It can also help you sleep better.


Dwindling estrogen levels are the largest contributor to dry eyes, dry skin, and fine lines around the mouth and on the forehead. Your skin also becomes thinner, because the levels of collagen and elastin also dip along with estrogen.

The hormone estrogen is responsible for making skin look younger due to the hyaluronic acid it produces. Estrogen not only affects your skin but also your muscle mass, metabolism, and energy levels.

Women have more estrogen than men do; men have more testosterone than women do. A woman’s estrogen is produced mainly by the ovaries until menopause, which is when the adrenal glands begin to manufacture most of the woman’s estrogen – albeit at lower levels than the ovaries did.

Hormone Replacement for Youth

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for men (BHRT) uses hormones that are identical, on a molecular level, to the natural hormones occurring in your body.

The goal of BHRT is to supplement low hormone levels and restore the critical hormone balance in your system. By restoring hormones to appropriate levels, BHRT may help reduce many symptoms associated with aging, low testosterone, and other hormonal imbalances.

People suffering from hormone imbalance can benefit from bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. BHRT has been shown to help men regain:

  • higher energy levels;
  • better sex drive;
  • increased muscle mass;
  • restored muscle tone;
  • enhanced memory;
  • improved mood;
  • reduced depression;
  • greater stamina;
  • strong immune system;
  • better skin elasticity.

Hormone replacement therapy must be administered by a well-trained physician who will first evaluate your existing medical condition and run a variety of tests to determine your hormone levels.

Hormone levels should also be monitored during and after your treatment to ensure optimal health results and minimize side effects.

Get in touch with our qualified team to learn more about how you can improve your hormonal balance.