My boyfriend is 34 years old with dark complection being of Aboriginal descent. Are there any moisturises that would be suitable for his skin. His skin has been really dry lately, but he won't use creams because most of them make him sweat.
Here are a couple of him-friendly formulas you might want to check out:
L'Oreal Paris Men Expert Pure & Matte Moisturising Gel, $13.75 - For a moisture boost minus the oil slick
L'Oreal Paris Men Expert Vita Lift Moisturising Cream, $14.95 - It's a cream, but it's not very heavy or oily and is designed specifically with ageing skin in mind
VitaMan Face Moisturiser, $45 - Non oily and filled with natural antioxidants (call 1800 808 993)
Anthony Logistics For Men Oil Free Facial Lotion, $51 - It's oil-free and a lotion that feels quite fresh (check out rescu.com.au)
Nivea for Men Active Firming Moisturiser, $14.95 - It's a bargain buy with firming properties and a feel he might enjoy
Nivea for Men Rehydrating Lotion SPF15, $8.95 - It's not specifically for age management, but it is light and hydrating
His best bet for beating wrinkles, however, is good old sunscreen. I like Face of Australia Sun's SPF30+ Sports Gel because it doesn't feel too greasy or sticky (you should be able to find it in Priceline, Kmart or your pharmacy).
Hope that helps!
Thanks for the idea's, as for the suncream well I can't tell him being a stubborn male he thinks because he is an aboriginal with brown skin he doesn't get burnt. But I will definately get him some moisturiser.
I would recommend the L'Oreal Men Expert range too. My husband uses it for shaving and moisturising and he's very happy with it.
Arbonne has a great mens range. My partner was using Aveda for a while before I brought home the Arbonne range for him to try - he is hooked. Shaving is a breeze. There are samples available too if guys want to try before they buy - email through website www.sanctuary.myarbonne.com.au to get the samples free.
l'oreal range is really good a friend of mine says her bf uses it. groomboy you kee trying to advertise your products! are u affiliated with himage?
no it's not a stir i dont mind, sorry didnt mean to be rude! i was just wondering thats all
do you mean for free? i just dont have any spare money floating around at the mo! thanks though it is great youve started a business and are getting out there. im sure if you register with bh and ask them you could sort some kind of thing out
On the site MensGroom.com.au we did a search on anti-age and found some good products from the US. Peter Thomas Roth, Baxter of California and Anthony Logistics. Worth a look
I am loving the anti aging serum by dermalmd. It does not feel heavy on my skin, absorbs easily and has not caused any irritation. I am also using it on my hands which tend to be dry and I can definitely see improvement in them. Highly recommend!
I would recommend Loreal Men's products. My man uses these and finds them a great anti-aging cream. Just as great as the womans products
I find that I use Olay basic moisturise it doesn't cost much and is good on dark skin as I have, I sweet a lot as well and there is no problem, don't get court up in the gendering of products as I find the men's and ladies are just as good with different prices
Thank you BH for this trial and first time user of this product.
Thank you BH for this trial and first time user of this ointment.
Thank you BH for this cream and is the first timer user of this product. This came in a 100grams tube which is very handy and hygenic to use .
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