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Men like the skin to look and feel healthy. Just like women, men also have to deal with problems like skin sensitivity, acne and aging, but the skin is different for each sex. Male skin, both that of the face and the body, has a different composition than that of women and, with regular shaving, it is also often treated differently. For this reason, a personalized approach to skin care is better for men, so that it looks healthy and natural.

What are the differences?

The hormone testosterone determines the masculine characteristics of men's skin and gives it a different structure in relation to female skin. Although each man's skin is unique, in general, men's skin, both on the face and on the body, is thicker, more oily and ages differently.


  • On average, men's skin is about 20% thicker than women's. Contains more collagen and looks more compact and firm.
  • The collagen content of men's skin is reduced at a constant rate. Female skin is affected late in life, especially after menopause. At this time the skin thins more dramatically and the effects are more pronounced than on male skin.