Men and Skin Cancer: Up until age 40, more women develop melanoma than men. After age 40, significantly more men develop melanoma. Overall, one in 35 men and one in 54 women will develop melanoma in their lifetimes. After age 50, most melanoma cancers diagnosed are in Caucasian men over the age of 50. We encourage our male patients to wear sunscreen every day.
How do I get my resistant husband to take better care of his skin?
Male clients may not understand the importance and benefit of a daily skin care regimen. A simple 3 step regimen is a good start.
1. Start with : Lytic Gel Cleanser ($36)
- Cleanses skin of impurities
- Leaves skin feeling calm and cool • Doesn’t cause skin to feel tight or dry •
- Leaves skin feeling calm and cool
- Helps keep pores and hair follicles clear
2. Next: Ultra Shield Lotion SPF 50 (AM) ($38)
- Light, quick-absorbing formula won’t leave white residue or shine
- Can be smoothly applied onto facial skin with stubble or facial hair
- Broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection
3. Renewal Lite Facial Lotion (PM) ($94)
- Lightweight consistency
- Optimally hydrates and repairs the barrier
- Calms inflammation and reduces skin redness
What to do about Razor Burn?
- Use Milky Lotion Cleanser ($32), Lytic Gel Cleanser ($36) or Extreme Barrier Cream ($48) in place of shaving creams or gels
- For irritated skin, apply Medical Barrier Cream ($24) to calm inflammation post-shave