Ladies have been shopping for cosmetics for generations now, always with a view towards keeping them looking beautiful and pretty. While beauty products for men have been around for just as long, it is only in the last twenty years or so that a proportion of the adult male population has started using these products. Erroneously perhaps, they have often been referred to as being part of the metrosexual sub-culture.
But it has not helped much in the sense that both men and women, as well as children up to what are known as the young adult years, are still faced with skin problems. Pay him a visit one fine day, or visit him on his website and you will find that the accredited dermatologist in denver co will be advising strictly against the use of a large proportion of these beauty products. That’s just one dermatologist. How many countless others across the country will be advising against the use of such beauty products?
Both the skin specialists and consumer watchdogs will be prepared to publish a list of those ‘beauty’ products that men and women should not be purchasing. Not only are they bad for people’s skin, quite a bit of cruelty has even gone into the manufacturing of these products. The skin and pheromones of small and threatened fauna species have been used in the making of these products.
They may help women and men look beautiful for the day but by the time the next morning arrives, they are back to square one. Not only does the body feel fatigued, the mind is tired as well. And not only are body and mind still tired, but so too the skin, particularly the facial area and around the neck.