Most men would probably tell you how “girly” it was to do more for their skin than shave. Deep down, many of them are curious about whether any of the products women use would benefit them at all. Well, we’re here to help you understand that it would most likely NOT benefit men to use women’s products!
Besides the fact men can grow thick facial hair, there are other differences that make it all the more reason to treat men and women’s skin differently. Here are a few of them:
- Men’s skin are 25% thicker than women’s skin due to the man’s ability to produce at least 10 times more testosterone than a woman.
- Men’s skin can also produce more oil than women.
- Men also have a higher collagen density than women. This is why, if a man and woman were the exact same age and took care of their skin exactly the same way, there could be an obvious difference in their skin’s health. The man could potentially look years younger than the woman.
What woman wouldn’t want to look her best? If she could avoid having to spend thousands of dollars on surgery by simply being consistent with using her products, then why not? Why wouldn’t she try today’s latest, GMO face cream that promises to produce results in 3 days?
It’s not surprising as to why many men be biased about skin care. Those who live with women will be surrounded by a variety of lotions and potions they think are a complete commercial ploy to get their money.
As time passes, it doesn’t matter whether you’re a man or a woman. You WILL notice a difference in your skin’s health. You will notice the immediate reaction of your skin to the environment as well as the age-related conditions it will go through, such as age spots, wrinkles, sagging skin, and more.
Just like women, many men will be concerned about the sudden difference in their looks. However, unlike women, they may be quite behind in the skin care department.
When it’s time for a man to embrace all the new technology available for skin care, there are considerations that have to be made. For instance, skin care isn’t just about using a girlfriend or wife’s face cream. Knowing their skin type, how certain food affects their skin, and a few other details they could be doing that could be causing unhealthy skin conditions.