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Here's the message that dermatologists and skincare professionals want to get through to men across the globe: skincare matters.

No matter what age you are, you can benefit from developing a skincare regimen for your skin.

Why? Because it will keep your skin looking better, fresher, and younger for longer — as well as ward off irreversible sun damage.

To the guys who claim that they just don't have enough time to develop and maintain a skincare routine, Salgardo has just one thing to say: "That's just not true. The reality is that it's not complex. It shouldn't be daunting," Salgardo told us. "You should be able to get it done and get it done quickly."

There are several important factors that differentiate men’s and women’s skin.

— Men have thicker skin. Literally. It tends to be 20% - 30% thicker than women’s skin. 

— Men have more and larger hair follicles. Especially on the face.

— Men produce more oil. Guys have more sebaceous glands - the ones that churn out oil. 

— Men’s skin ages better. Thicker, more resilient skin is good for staying youthful.

Most of these differences are hormonal. Androgens - like testosterone - are responsible for many of the variations between the sexes.


Besides having facial hair, there are structural differences between men's skin and women's skin. Androgen (testosterone) stimulation causes an increase in skin thickness, which accounts for why a man's skin is about 25% thicker than a woman's. In addition to being thicker, a man's skin texture is tougher.

The biggest changes typically occur when people are in their 40s and 50s, but they can begin as early as the mid-30s and continue into old age. Even when your muscles are in top working order, they contribute to facial aging with repetitive motions that etch lines in your skin.

From around the age of 25 the first signs of aging start to become apparent on the surface of the skin. Fine lines appear first and wrinkles, a loss of volume and a loss of elasticity become noticeable over time. Our skin ages for a variety of different reasons.


1. Cleanse. Cleansing your skin effectively is the first step to get healthy skin

2. Exfoliate. 

3. Moisturize.

4. Stay Hydrated.

5. Establish A Proper Skincare Routine. 

6. Avoid Touching Your Skin

7. Reduce Smoking And Alcohol Consumption.

There is no such thing as flawless skin. Social media and society have conditioned us to believe in and aim for unrealistic beauty standards to look attractive. What should matter is how healthy you are from within. A healthy diet, a happy state of mind, and a well-balanced lifestyle can give you good skin.

Vitamin D is one of the best vitamins for your skin, along with vitamins C, E, and K. Making sure you get enough vitamins can keep your skin looking healthy and youthful.

Vitamin E is no slouch as a skin care ingredient itself, but when paired with vitamin C, the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University states that the combination is more “effective in preventing photodamage than either vitamin alone.”

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