3 ways men and women age differently

3 ways men and women age differently

Ageing is a fact of life and something that both men and women dread as they get older. Whilst wrinkles and grey hairs will gradually appear on both sexes, much to your chagrin, we look at three ways that ageing affects men and women differently.

1. Hormones

Over time, both men and women will endure sexual changes and a decline in hormone levels. Women's skin tends to thin out dramatically after menopause. Whilst men don't go through a sudden change, their testosterone levels do decline over time.

2. Thicker skin

Research shows that men's skin is biologically thicker than women's skin and is less susceptible to signs of ageing. Due to testosterone, men's skin is also approximately 25% thicker than women's skin. Collagen density is also higher in men and the texture is rougher. Due to these differences, it's important that men use products that are tailored to the needs of their skin. Our Native Man Moisturizer + Aftershave will help tighten the pores and promote a youthful appearance.

3. Facial Hair

Men's facial and body hair acts as a natural barrier against the sun. This not only protects the skin from UV damage, it delays the appearance of fine lines. Our Native Man Wash + Shave helps purify the pores and will suffuse the skin with antioxidant and age-defying benefits.

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