The simple answer is yes. Balanced hormone levels are key in healthy skin and that glow of youth. For example, testosterone aids oil production in the skin which allows it to hold moisture, making your skin softer and silkier. It is also a natural blood vessel dilator, helping the blood flow to the skin. It is moisture and blood flow in the skin that contribute to the rosy, vibrant complexion associated with youth. For women, wrinkles and saggy skin are a direct cause of low estrogen levels and thereby a decline of collagen. Estrogen and collagen go hand-in-hand and it is collagen that plumps the skin. When your estrogen levels decline, the result is wrinkles and sagging skin. Prevention is key here, as optimizing hormones and keeping a hormonal balance as early as possible is crucial to maintain the healthy, glowing skin of youth.