Yes! Male skin is totally different from female skin on some levels and exactly the same on others.
Male hormones tend to produce more oil on a man's face than a woman's. But, if men shave every day, that exfoliates the skin, which can lead to dryness. And using shaving cream, which is a form of soap, may dry it out even more. If it does, use a light moisturizer. One thing men can probably skip is a facial wash, since rinsing the skin in the shower is probably sufficient.
Skin Health Matters
First, men need to be concerned about their health. Skin cancer is a serious illness, and melanoma can be very dangerous. Men should definitely be using sunscreen. Protecting against skin cancer is the number-one reason to think about using skin care—and to regularly examine your skin for any suspicious moles or other wounds.
Appearance matters for men, too
In today’s visual world, appearance seems to matter more than ever. Looking “healthy” is especially advantageous for many employees, and having good skin is one of the most visible ways to display good health.
Though eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly will help your skin look good, skin care products that unclog pores, help tighten and firm, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles can give men the edge they need in the workplace.
Men Can Use Dead Sea Skin Care, too
If you’re a guy and you’re realizing the importance of taking care of your skin, we have good news for you. If your wife or other female members of the family are using Dead Sea Skin Care products, you can, too! (Shh, don’t tell them we gave you permission!)
Watch this blog for more posts in the future about men’s skin care. In the meantime, if you want to take our products for a spin, go ahead. We won’t tell.