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Matrixyl Skin Care For Men

April 25, 2016

Matrixyl is known as a “miracle worker” of skin care products for both men and women. It has the capability of reducing fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, and sagging skin. This ingredient is one of the most effective in anti-aging products. Matrixyl skin products are able to be used day or night, giving both the hydration and moisturization every skin type needs.

Difference Between Men and Women

A man’s skin is slightly thicker than a woman’s because of testosterone. However, a man’s skin thins throughout the aging process same as a woman’s skin. Due to collagen density being higher with men, it appears that women age faster. This may not be noticeable because sunscreen is not worn daily by men, and there may be an older appearance and wrinkles. There is a rougher texture to men’s skin than there is to women’s. Their outer layer of skin tends to be thicker, and puberty gives rise to sweat secretions.

What Men and Women Share

The amount of collagen has a close relation to wrinkles, and less collagen means more wrinkles. Both men and women lose about the same amount of collagen per year. However, after menopause this significantly escalates for about five years. With the loss of hyaluronic acid, men and women have similar experiences. By time men and women hit age fifty, they lose approximately 80% of their body’s hyaluronic acid.

Matrixyl Skin Care for a Youthful Look

Matrixyl skin care is a way to bring back that youthful look, men and women alike have been using products with this ingredient and are finding amazing results. Matrixyl skin products are safe, effective, and available here at timeless skin care. Department store brands do not give promised results, professional products come through on their promises of making you look young again with their amazing products. 





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