How to choose the best anti-aging cream for your skin type?
If you begin to notice the first signs of facial aging, especially through the first wrinkles and fatigue in the eye contour area, it is very important that you choose a good anti aging cream that suits the needs of your skin.
Surely your question is how to choose the best facial cream that suits your skin type, due to the large number of creams on the market.
The first thing you should keep in mind is that the anti-aging Cream is formulated specifically for men's skin.
Men's skin has different characteristics than women's, since men tend to have more lipidic skin (that is, more oily), and also thicker.
EThis implies a different level of sebaceous secretion and degree of flaccidity also different from that of women. In addition, our skin suffers the subjugation of shaving, something that should not be forgotten.
The second aspect to take into account when choosing your Anti-aging cream, is that this cream is formulated specifically for your skin type.
In general, we can group the skin types into 4, from more to less sebum:
- mixed skin
- normal skin
- Dry Skin
If you have oily skin, we recommend using an anti-aging textured GEL format, which will allow you to nourish your skin and treat wrinkles but without adding more unwanted fat.
If your skin is not oily at all, that is, it is rather mixed, we also recommend using an anti-aging in GEL format.
However, if it is still your skin type, combination, or if you live in a dry and cold climate, or find yourself in the middle of winter, then you can use a CREAM texture but as long as it is formulated specifically for men.
A women's or "unisex" cream (a unisex cream will ultimately be formulated for women), may be too oily for your skin type. If you have dry skin then we recommend using a CREAM texture as the gel would not hydrate you enough.
And if you have normal skin (that is, neither oily nor dry), you can use both a GEL texture and a facial CREAM depending on the time of year or the climate in which you find yourself.
We attach a small summary table: