While skincare is mostly attributed to women, it's important to acknowledge that men have skin concerns as well! Our skin is a living tissue so it is vulnerable to the effects of air pollution, dietary habits, and time.
Bottom line - it's important for men to take care of facial skin just as how they care for their hair and teeth.
Listed below are common skin concerns that men have and what they can do about it.
Acne is not just a problem for teens, but can also attempt to wreak havoc in your adult lives. A lot of times for men, acne forms due to sweating from a workout. In order to clear and prevent a breakout, make sure to clean your skin with a cleanser after a workout as well as in the morning and night. This will help clear out the skin of any dirt or grime that could cause a breakout.
For an acne targeting moisturizer, try our Purifying Glycolic Cleansing Gel. It contains Panthenol which aids in tissue repair and minimizes future blemishes.
Psoriasis is an autoimmune disorder that usually attacks the kin. Common symptoms include dry patches, irritated skin, and itchiness. Although there is not a cure for psoriasis, you can help your skin feel better by minimizing the symptoms.
Try our Moisture B5 Serum in order to help moisturize the dry patches in the skin and also reduce irritation. Additionally, using our Super Moisture Cream can help mitigate the effects of psoriasis since it contains Vitamin E which reduces inflammation while healing and soothing, tight, dry skin.
Sun Damage/Dark Spots
When we go outside during the day, our skin is subjected to skin-damaging UV rays no matter what the weather is like! ! These UV rays cause dark spots, wrinkles, and skin sagging. They can also significantly increase the chance of getting skin cancer. One of the best ways to prevent sun damage or dark spots is to apply sunscreen daily, no matter the weather.
Looking for a good sunscreen? Our UV Shield is an effective sunblock that also contains rh-oligopeptide to aid in the skin's cellular metabolism while providing protection of 50spf and pa+++.
Redness of Skin
If you experience redness, it could mean that you have sensitive skin. Most of the time the redness is caused by irritation.. It’s very important to pay attention to the ingredients in your products if the irritation continues. The environment around you could also play a factor due to the presence of free radicals (unstable molecules that are responsible for breaking down our skin's collagen).
If you have concerns about a specific skin condition or want to learn more about our services and products, please feel free to contact us at (213) 545-1266 to speak with one of our skin care specialists.